Digital Doctor's Assistant
Easy, fast and online
Thanks to the Digital Doctor's Assistant, you can approach your GP online. Digital Doctor's Assistant you can approach your GP online.
Type in your question(s), add photos or documents if needed and you'll get a reply as soon as possible.
It’s also super easy to get an STD test, blood test or repeat prescription.
Would you rather get seen by a doctor in real life? With the Digital Doctor’s Assistant, it’s also possible to make an appointment for a consultation (so you don’t have to wait on the phone).
Order medication online
Using the Digital Doctor's Assistant
Using the Digital Doctor's Assistant you can order medication online, whether it concerns new or repeat medication. Available online 24/7. Take into account a processing time of a few working days, so order your (repeat) medication on time!
Access to your medical file
Using a safe digital environment
Did you know you can have access to your own medical file? You can do this to check (lab) results or reports after a consultation using your PGO (Persoonlijke GezondheidsOmgeving, which is a secure digital environment). Also if you ask a question by telephone, via the Digital Doctor's Assistant or by e-mail, you can find the answer via your PGO. This comes in handy, because it is often very busy on the phone and the waiting time is therefore long. The PGO is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, completely free of charge and well secured via DigiD. You can choose your own PGO via Choose your PGO.Our practice works together with all PHEs!
Easy, fast and online
You can log in to the WebAgenda with your date of birth, zip code and house number (without additions!).
You can then choose the agenda of a GP of your choice, the assistant or the POH-s (the general practitioner-based nurse), on a date and time that suits you.
What time can you choose?
Most GP practices use 10 minutes per consultation as standard. However, we often hear that people think this is too short, especially if several things need to be discussed or an action is being taken, such as a smear test or an IUD.
We believe that by taking more time for the patient, we can provide better service and pay more attention to the symptoms. That is why our practice has switched to 20-minute consultations.
However, if you have something minor, for example a birthmark that you want to have checked, you want to check whether you have scabies, or you need to have a look in your ear, then there is an extra consultation hour for 'short matters' (5-minute consultations).
When making the appointment, check whether you want a short (about 5 minutes) or long (20 minutes) consultation. We'd love to hear what you think of this approach, we really appreciate feedback!
Choose a time between 08:00 and 10:00 or between 13:00 and 15:00 for the 20-minute consultations. These are standard consultations, also suitable for fitting an IUD or Implanon.
The times between 10:00 and 11:00 and between 15:30 and 16:00 are the short consultations (5-10 minutes), only to briefly show a skin spot, to have a look in an ear, etc.
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