Preparing for your visit
You can find more information about your first appointment and first visit to one of our in- or outpatient clinics below.
How should I make an appointment?
Your appointment will be made for you through a referral from your general practitioner or attending specialist (at a different hospital). Once we have received your referral, we will contact you for additional information (such as your contact details, and those of your general practitioner and pharmacy). We will schedule your appointment, or to inform you about the time period in which you can schedule the appointment.
Preparing for your first appointment
Please arrive 30 minutes early for your first appointment to complete your registration at the department’s reception desk. We will need to take your picture. Please make sure to bring the following to your first appointment:
- A valid ID (passport or driver’s licence);
- Your health insurance card;
- An up-to-date list of your medications;
- Contact details of your doctor and pharmacy.
If you have previously been to a different specialist or hospital for the same symptoms, please bring your medical history – if not already submitted to us – including all visual materials taken by your referring specialist.
After the registration, you can proceed to your intake with your treatment specialist. He or she will look at your information, ask further questions, and answer any questions you might have. Your specialist will also perform a physical examination and let you know which further tests or examinations need to be completed before you can start your treatment.