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Making an appointment

The consultation hours start at 08:00 and are only by appointment. A consultation takes 10 minutes. When you need more time or when you are accompanied by other people, we kindly ask you to inform the assistant.

Do you want to call us to make an appointment? Go to General Information for the correct phone number.

Making an appointment online

When you are registered as a patient with Loudon MC, you can also make an appointment online. Please enter your details below.
You will then choose your OWN GP or the assistant, and you choose a date and time (please do NOT use the option 'No preference' and do NOT choose another GP, otherwise this appointment will be cancelled).

Please note: it is possible that you will be seen by a substitute GP. Unfortunately, we cannot indicate this when you make the online appointment.

Another option to make an appointment is to login via DigiD on MijnGezondheid.

Via MijnGezondheid.net (MGN), you can easily and quickly make an appointment with your GP or the assistant, whenever it suits your own schedule. You can access MGN 24/7. The only thing you need is your DigiD with text authorisation. You choose your preferred date and time and the appointment is automatically entered into the agenda of your GP. Do you want to reschedule? You can also easily do that yourself via MijnGezondheid.net.

Please note: it is possible that, on the day of your appointment, you will be seen by a locum GP. Unfortunately, this information is not visible via MGN.

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Triage by the doctor's assistant

What is triage?

When you want to make an appointment for a consultation with your GP, the doctor's assistant will ask for the reason for your appointment. This is called triage.

What is the purpose of triage?

Triage ensures that you get the right care at the right time, and by the right care provider.
Triage is important for a variety of reasons:

  • The doctor's assistant can make an assessment of how quickly someone needs help.
  • Assigning the right help or action to a client's request; for example, an (immediate) appointment, an (immediate) visit, advice or a prescription.
  • Planning the right amount of time, for example, a double consultation.
  • Making sure that the client sees the right healthcare provider. Loudon MC has several healthcare providers, who all have their own tasks and responsibilities.

Special training

The doctor's assistants are trained to use triage and have acquired adequate medical knowledge. There are various medical complaints or questions the doctor's assistants can handle independently based on certain protocols, which you can then follow up yourself. Such advice is always discussed or reviewed with your GP.