WE ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR NEW REGISTRATIONS.
Welcome to the Medical Practice on the Brouwersgracht. Doctor Anneke Groot, doctor Maud Broeders and their team of assistants do their best to take care of your various health problems. Coming from abroad, it is not always easy to find your way in the Dutch health care system. Your general practitioner can be your guide.
In order to gain medical advice, you need to register first. In the Netherlands there is a 15 minute time slot to be with you in case of an emergency. That is why we strictly include new patients living between Damrak, Rozengracht, Nassaukade and the IJ.
You register via the button “online regelen” “inschrijven”, but there is also a form available at the reception. If your medical records are already known to another Dutch GP, you need to give your former GP permission to forward your file. If your medical records are not known to any Dutch GP, we kindly request you to inform us a little bit more about your medical history (e.g. medication, allergies). Feel welcome after registration to make an appointment, just to say hello to your new doctor or to inform her about your unfortunately more complicated medical history. Take your ID and insurance papers with you, when you come to the practice the first time.
We are open daily between 8-12 and 14-16 hours.
You need to book a consultation ahead by calling 020-6247751 or via the internet. If you have several issues you want to address, please book a double consultation.
If you want to speak to the doctor on the phone, you can leave your telephone number with the assistant and the doctor will call you back later.
If needed, home visits will be made.
We also offer email consultations. Once we have completed your registration, which can take a few working days, you are welcome to open an account with us.
Out of hours in emergency situations you can call 088-0030600.
In life threatening situations the number in the Netherlands to call for an ambulance is 112.
Please meet our doctors assistants! They are not only receptionists, and most helpful to answer a lot of your questions, but also trained in various medical skills. They remove stitches, take blood pressures, rinse ears, do smear tests, give injections, check your urine for a suspected cystitis or pregnancy, can provide you with a self-tests to check for std’s. etcetera. They are also bound to the medical confidentiality.
If you have a Dutch insurance, your GP is free of charge. However, referrals, blood tests, swabs or X-rays, are not free of charge. Ask your insurance. If you have an insurance from abroad a 10 minute consultation will cost you €29.31