At our GP practice we support the maintainance, continuation and improvement of health care in the Netherlands. Therefore we are happy to contribute to the training of new health care providers and are a training practice as well as a GP practice. Our GP practice employs an AIOS (Physician in Training to become a Specialist).
An AIOS is a graduated physician who is specializing to become a general practitioner. For this purpose the AIOS attends lectures at the university and does an internship in a GP practice.
Within the GP practice the AIOS carries out consultations for a period of a year. The AIOS is assisted by and is under the responsibility of a supervisor (an experienced general practitioner). If necessary, the AIOS can consult the supervisor. Therefore a consultation may take a little longer. We ask for your understanding.
As with the general practitioner, you can turn to the AIOS for a consultation in the regular consultation hours, the telephone consultation hours, a video consultation, a home visit or an e-consultation.
- Regular consultation hours
For a question that requires the AIOS to see you personally you can make an appointment in the regular consultation hours.
There are regular consultation hours every working day. For this you have to make an appointment by telephone or online via the web agenda.
For a GP consultation we reserve 10 minutes that are basically meant for the treatment of one question. If you think you need more time, for example because you have one major problem or several questions or because a longer conversation is appropriate, please mention this when you make an appointment by telephone. We can then reserve more time.
If you use the web agenda you can make (a maximum of) two appointments in succession.
- Telephone consultation hours
For a simple question, a short consultation and results of research which do not require the AIOS to see you personally you can make an appointment for the telephone consultation hours.
There are telephone consultation hours every working day. For this you have to make an appointment.
You will be called by the general practitioner at an agreed time. Make sure you inform us of the telephone number at which we can contact you.
- Video consultation
For a simple question, a follow-up consultation and results of research which call for facetime between AIOS/GP and client but do not require a physical examination you can make an appointment for a video consultation.
There is video consulting every working day. For this you have to make an appointment.
When you make an appointment for this consultation you will, at an agreed time, receive an invitation to participate via an email message. Make sure that your email details are up-to-date.
- Home visit
If you have question which requires the AIOS to see you personally but you are unable to come to the GP practice yourself, for example because you are too ill, (temporarily) disabled or have difficulty walking, you can make an appointment for a home visit.
Home visits can be made every working day. For this you have to make an appointment by telephone.
Because the GP practice offers better opportunities for examination and treatment, we would prefer you to come to the practice during consultation hours. If this is not possible, you can of course request a home visit.
If you want a home visit the same day, we ask you to request this before 11.00 hours.
For a simple question or follow-up on a treatment you can use our e-consultation.
If you have an account, you can start an e-consultation at any time via our patients environment or the app.
After requesting an e-consultation you will receive an online reaction from your care provider within at least two to five working days.
If you do not yet have an account, you can make one via the icon Patients environment on the homepage.
Making an appointment
To make an appointment you can contact the GP practice by telephone or, if applicable to the type of consultation, use the web agenda in our patients environment.