In view of the developments in healthcare and the increasing waiting times for patients, the Jan van Goyen Medical Center will partly restart outpatient care from 13 May. This is a target date, per day we assess whether and how we can continue our care. Of course we follow the guidelines of the RIVM and we ensure a safe environment. As a result, there will be fewer consultation hours every day than you are used to from us. Below you will find all the information in a row.
- You can continue to submit your referrals via Zorgdomein. The patient appointments are then prioritized by us on the basis of urgency.
- Of course, emergencies always have priority. Appointments are scheduled based on medical complaints, not in order of arrival.
- Patients who have an appointment or want to make an appointment will be informed about this by us.
- Patients or visitors who have a fever or complaints such as coughing, shortness of breath or a cold are not allowed to enter the building.
- In principle, the patient comes alone, the supervisor can wait outside the clinic. If a patient really needs guidance within the building, the supervisor does not go into the consultation room.
- In order to be able to control the number of patients present in our premises, we ask patients to arrive shortly in advance, but on time. Unfortunately, if a patient is late, the appointment cannot continue.
- The patient should disinfect his/her hands before and after a visit to Jan van Goyen. Disinfectant material is available at all entrances and exits for this.
Do you have questions?
Please contact us on 020 3055 800 or call the referral line of the outpatient clinic.