Welcome to the website of General Practitioners Hus and Van ’t Lindenhout.
In case of an acute life threatening emergency call 112.
Do you have complaints that may be related to the coronavirus (COVID-19)? Get tested via the national number: 0800-1202
The main complaints that often occur with COVID-19 are: Runny nose, sneezing, sore throat; Cough; Difficulty breathing; Fever; Sudden loss of smell and / or taste
More information: http://www.rijksoverheid.nl/coronavirus
Normal appointments with the doctor are possible. However we have limited access on our agenda’s. Please contact us first by calling: 015 2010275 or mail : email@example.com
Do you have an appointment for another complaint, but are you coughing (or your supervisor) or do you have a fever? Stay at home and contact us by phone. Preferably come to the consultation alone.
Frequently asked questions about the consequences of the coronavirus for education, childcare, employees, employers, entrepreneurs, travelers and public transport can be found on the website of the National Government: Rijksoverheid.
For information concerning the flu shot, please check our page about the ‘griepprik’.
Do you have a cold, cough or a fever?
Stay home, get sick and make sure you don’t infect others. So keep your distance from other people. You don’t have to call the doctor.
Are your complaints getting worse?
Are you seriously ill or have difficulty breathing? Then you must call the GP or GP post. In case of serious complaints, please contact us immediately.
What can you do yourself?
The most important measures you can take to prevent the spread of the coronavirus:
• Wash your hands regularly
• Cough and sneeze in the inside of your elbow
• Use tissue paper
• Do not shake hands
• Stay at home if you have a cold
In this practice there are 4 General Practitioners: doctor Hus,
doctor Van ’t Lindenhout, doctor De Neve and doctor Stokvis.
We also regularly have a GP trainee working with us. At this moment this is doctor Miranda Ram.
Our opening hours are Monday – Friday 8.00h – 17.00h.
To make an appointment please call us at 015-2010275 (dial 4 for English and 1 in case of an emergency). If the line is busy, please hold, you will be next in line.
You can also send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your question will be viewed and if possible answered the same day.
The visiting adress is: Ezelsveldlaan 106, 2611 DK Delft.
Note: After 16.30 the telephone line is available only for emergencies.
We only work with planned consultations, you must always make an appointment in advance. A consultation is 10 minutes and is meant to discuss 1 complaint.
You can call the practice for an appointment on weekdays between 8:00 and 14:30h. During 10.30-11.00 and 12.30-13.30, we are only available for emergencies. For simple questions you can also ask for a consultation by telephone. The doctor will call you back later.
When making an appointment, the assistant will ask for the reason for your contact. She has been trained to inform the doctor about the nature and urgency of your complaints. Information shared with any of our employees or trainees is always confidential.
Do you have multiple complaints? please let us know when making the appointment, so we can schedule you more time.
Preferred times to call:
For appointments: between 08.00 and 12.00 AM.
For results: between 11 AM and 4.30 PM.
For call-back consultations and house visit requests: before 11 AM.
Between 10.30 and 11 AM, the assistent is sometimes unavailable, while dicussing questions with the doctor. In that case, please call back at a later time.
Between 5 PM and 8 AM and in weekends and holidays the practice is closed, in case of an urgent medical situation you can call the Huisartsenpost, located in the Reinier de Graaf hospital in Delft: 015-2511930.
If yu have a referral for a blood test, you can have uour blood drawn on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, between 8.00 and 9.15 PM. There’s no need to make an appointment, just take a seat in the waiting room and wait to be called.
Would you like to know more about going to the Doctor in The Netherlands?: https://www.xpat.nl/expat-netherlands/health-care/going-to-the-doctor/