The practice is open for new patients residing in the postal area 3581 to 3585 (for details see www.huisartsutrechtoost.nl and "Inschrijven online").
If you want to register as a new patient, please fill out the registration form Homeruslaan and we will mail you a return form in English.
You will need to let your former family practitioner know you are leaving the practice and bring your medical records with you or let them send it to us.
If you are visiting Utrecht (and are a non-resident) and you are in need of medical care, you can also contact the assistant to make an appointment. In that case you will have to pay for the consultation directly in cash(€50), and will receive a receipt which you can use for your insurance. Sorry, no ATM machine.
Monday-Friday: 08:00 - 17:00
In case of life threatening emergencies: always call 112.
Refills (repeat prescriptions)
There are several ways to get a refill on your regular medication.
You can go to the website: www. homeruslaan.praktijkinfo.nl. You first need to log in. Than you can fill in the needed information at "herhaalrecepten". You can also put your old medication-package in the box at the counter by the assistants, or use fax to 030-2522212.
Via "contactformulier" or use firstname.lastname@example.org.
We read our e-mail every day. It can only be used for practical information, not for medical questions. Face to face contact is better for medical questions.
Out of Office Hours:
For emergencies only, there is an “Out of Office Hours Care “ service available at the Huisartsenpost.
Huisartsenpost (BF Andrealaan 60, Utrecht)
Call first: 0900 - 450 14 50
You can call for an appointment from 08:00 - 13:00, tel 030-2513007.
In case you need a doctor, but you are not able to come to the office for medical reasons, the doctor can make a house call. If you would like the doctor to make a home visit, please consult the assistant before 10:00 in the morning.
Consultation by telephone
When you would like to discuss a problem with the doctor by telephone (e.g. for lab results), you can let the assistant know before 11:00. The doctor will call you back (usually between 11:00 and 12:00).
In addition to answering administrative and medical questions, the assistants can do other things for you. They can check blood pressure, check glucose for diabetes, remove stitches, check urine samples for bladder infection, dress a wound, give injections, and various other procedures.