- 1 Where can I talk to a doctor online?
- 2 What is a Huisart?
- 3 Where can I find huisarts?
- 4 How much does a doctor visit cost in Netherlands?
- 5 Can I speak to a GP online?
- 6 Can I talk to a doctor online free?
- 7 Can I register with a new doctor online?
- 8 Can you go to a doctor without being registered?
- 9 What if you dont have a GP?
- 10 Can a GP come to my house?
- 11 How do I contact my local GP?
- 12 Can I have 2 GPs?
- 13 Do Dutch doctors speak English?
- 14 What’s a good salary in Amsterdam?
- 15 Is healthcare free in Belgium?
Where can I talk to a doctor online?
About Medinet. Medinet is an online platform that Australian GP medical practices use to provide online health care to their patients. Patients use Medinet to talk to a doctor online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Consultations are conducted via the Medinet app on a smart phone over video, audio or chat.
What is a Huisart?
GP’s are trained specialists in treating the most common complaints such as pediatric diseases and gynecological issues. The GP also cares for patients with chronic illnesses. When needed your GP will prescribe medication or refer you… no comments.
Where can I find huisarts?
As soon as you have your health insurance, it is important to register right away with a huisarts (GP). You can find a doctor or medical centre in your area at: www.zorgkaartnederland.nl/zorginstelling (in Dutch only) or in Check -nl.com.
How much does a doctor visit cost in Netherlands?
Average cost of a doctor’s visit: € 47 (£40, USD$55, AU$70)
Can I speak to a GP online?
Most GP surgeries offer online consultations with a GP. This is where you fill in an online form or speak to someone online about a health issue. You can use your smartphone, tablet or computer to have an online consultation.
Can I talk to a doctor online free?
A.D.A.M.’s Ask A Doctor service gives you quick and easy access to doctors, anytime, anywhere. At any time of the day, more than 100 doctors are online and ready to answer your questions. A.D.A.M.’s Ask A Doctor service has more than 18,000 registered doctors from more than 50 specialties.
Can I register with a new doctor online?
You can register for yourself or on behalf of a dependant in your care. Registering takes around 15 minutes. We’ll ask questions about: your name and address.
Can you go to a doctor without being registered?
Treatment from a GP. You are entitled to treatment from a GP at the surgery where you are registered. You have no automatic right, however, to see your own GP. A GP must provide any treatment which is immediately necessary in an emergency, even if you are not registered with them.
What if you dont have a GP?
If you are not registered with a GP you will be unable to see one unless you have a serious emergency. In most other cases, calling 111 is a better option. If you are not registered with a GP but need treatment at a GP Surgery you will need to complete a temporary registration form.
Can a GP come to my house?
Home Visit GP – London Experienced private GPs can visit you at your home, hotel or office. You can choose a time or ask for the doctor to attend as soon as possible.
How do I contact my local GP?
You can contact your GP surgery by:
- visiting their website.
- using the NHS App.
- calling them.
Can I have 2 GPs?
It is not possible for patients to register as a NHS patient with two GP practices at the same time as only one practice can hold a patient’s medical records and there are potential clinical risks in maintaining duplicate records. In such circumstances, students can apply to a GP to be accepted as a temporary resident.
Do Dutch doctors speak English?
There are many English – speaking doctors in the Netherlands and most healthcare professionals speak English at a reasonable level. Some medical clinics market themselves specifically to the English – speaking expat community.
What’s a good salary in Amsterdam?
1. Re: What would be considerd a ” good ” salary in Amsterdam? Hi there, For all of Holland (no Amsterdam surcharges): around 3000-4000 euro gross per month which usually (taxes and social security premiums) translates to between 1500-2000 euro net in hand.
Is healthcare free in Belgium?
As public healthcare in Belgium is subsidized rather than free, many residents choose to take out a private insurance policy to top up their state coverage, as well as give them access to private healthcare treatment.