- 1 What do you do if you don’t have a family doctor?
- 2 Where do you go if you are not registered with a GP?
- 3 Can walk-in Centres refer you to a specialist?
- 4 Where can I find huisarts?
- 5 What to do when you can’t find a doctor?
- 6 Can you get a prescription without going to the doctor?
- 7 Is it illegal not to register with a GP?
- 8 Can you register for a GP online?
- 9 Can I stay with my GP if I move?
- 10 Can I go directly to dermatologist?
- 11 Can you see a specialist without a referral?
- 12 Do you need a GP referral to go private?
- 13 Can a GP come to my house?
- 14 Can I have 2 GPs?
- 15 How much does it cost to see a doctor in the Netherlands?
What do you do if you don’t have a family doctor?
Where can I get medical help if I don’t have a family doctor?
- Walk-in clinic.
- Community Health Centre (CHC)
- Telehealth Ontario phone line.
- Doctor housecall services.
Where do you go if you are not registered with a GP?
If you are not registered with a GP you can still use out of hours services and attend GP surgeries which accept ‘walk-in’ patients. By entering your postcode at this link you can find a GP anywhere in the country.
Can walk-in Centres refer you to a specialist?
You can still get referred to a specialist at a walk-in clinic.
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.
What to do when you can’t find a doctor?
Here are four tips for what to do if you can’t get an appointment with your doctor:
- Convey urgency and be thorough on the phone.
- Get a referral or see a different doctor.
- Go to urgent care or a walk-in clinic.
- See a telehealth provider.
Can you get a prescription without going to the doctor?
You may be wondering if you can get a prescription without consulting with a doctor. The answer is no – you must see a doctor to get a prescription. However, that doesn’t always mean that you have to make a trip to the doctor’s office.
Is it illegal not to register with a GP?
Let’s start with a spoiler: yes, you can live without a GP. There is no regulation, law or statute that states that you must be registered with a GP.
Can you register for a GP 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 I stay with my GP if I move?
A GP can continue to treat you if you have moved out of their practice area, but they will have to assure the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) that they are willing to continue visiting and treating you.
Can I go directly to dermatologist?
At Walk-in Dermatology, patients can see a board-certified dermatologist, either by coming directly to the office or scheduling a Video Visit, where you can see a dermatologist with an online video conference and you don’t have to leave the house.
Can you see a specialist without a referral?
Your doctor keeps track of all your medical records and provides routine care. In order to see a specialist, you ‘ll need a referral from your primary care physician, except in an emergency. Without a referral, your insurance won’t cover the cost of your care. 3
Do you need a GP referral to go private?
No, it’s possible to seek private treatment from a consultant or specialist without being referred by your GP. However, the British Medical Association (BMA) believes that, in most cases, it’s best practice for patients to be referred for specialist treatment by their GP.
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.
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.
How much does it cost to see a doctor in the Netherlands?
Average cost of a doctor’s visit: € 47 (£40, USD$55, AU$70)