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Practice information

Phone: 0297 – 562288
Daytime rush: (select 1)
Emergency evening, night and weekend: 020 – 45 62 000

The practice is open from 8am to 5pm on weekdays.

Outside these times, for urgent cases you will be referred to the Huisartsenpost Amstelland in Amstelveen, located at Ziekenhuis Amstelland, Laan van de Helende Meesters 8 in Amstelveen. Telephone: 020-4562000


To make an appointment or request a result, please call between 8 a.m. and noon. When making an appointment, 10 minutes will be reserved for you. If you think you need more time or are coming with more than one person, please let us know when making the appointment. The assistant will ask the reason for your arrival, this is to assess whether you need to be seen on the same day and to make a better estimate of how long the doctor needs for your problem. She, like the GP and practice assistant, has a duty of confidentiality. Please call the assistant in good time if a previously made appointment cannot go ahead. If an appointment is not cancelled, we are obliged to charge for it.


For injuries and other minor emergencies, you can always visit the practice. If you call that you are coming, the GP can take your arrival into account.

Home visits

Home visits can be requested before 11am and are intended for patients who cannot come to the practice for health reasons. If at all possible, we request that you come to the practice because the examination and treatment options at the practice are better than at home.

Telephone consultation

You can call daily before 10am for results and to ask short questions. If the assistant cannot fully help you, she will make an appointment for the GP's telephone call-back hour.

Practice assistant

The assistant can help you with many practical questions. With her you make the appointments and can ask medical questions and deal with administrative matters.

For the following medical procedures, you can (by appointment) to the assistant:

  • ears to be spat out
  • injections
  • blood sugar checks
  • warts control
  • suture removal
  • dressing of wounds
  • blood pressure measurement
  • Making an ECG
  • urine test/pregnancy test
  • smears as part of population screening

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