Make an appointment
If you wish to call to make an appointment, please call: 070- 209 20 41.
Consultations begin at 8.00 by appointment only. An appointment is scheduled to last for 10 minutes. In order to be able to pay sufficient attention to your needs, we ask you to discuss one complaint per consultation. If you indicate that you will need more time, the doctor’s assistant will reserve more time for you. Please make sure you call at least 24 hours in advance if you need to cancel your appointment. Otherwise we will have to charge you for this appointment.
Making an appointment online
At Landscheiding Medical Centre, you can easily make an appointment with your GP or assistant online via MijnGezondheid.net (MGN), for a time that best suits you.,
MGN is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All you need is your DigiD with text control. You choose your preferred date and time and the appointment will be noted immediately on your GP’s agenda. Do you need to reschedule the appointment? You can also do this, with ease, via MijnGezondheid.net.
Log in to: MijnGezondheid.net
Triage via the assistant
What is triage?
If you want to make an appointment during consultations, the doctor’s assistant will ask you for the reason you are there. This is called triage.
Triage ensures that you get the right care at the right time by the right care provider.
It is important to use triage for a variety of reasons:
- The doctor’s assistant can estimate how quickly someone requires help.
- Assigning the right help or action to a client’s request; for example, an (immediate) appointment, a (quick) visit, advice or prescription.
- Appointments are made correctly, for example to avoid a double consultation.
- The correct care provider is made available. We have several healthcare providers in our health centre, who all have their own responsibilities.
The doctor’s assistants are trained to perform triage and have acquired sufficient medical knowledge during their training. There are also various medical complaints or questions that a doctor’s assistant can handle independently, based on certain protocols. Such advice is always discussed with your GP.