GP practices

Practice Ibssa - de Boer

  • Tineke Ibssa – de Boer, general practitioner 
  • Qadir Hussain, practice nurse somatics
  • Yvette Terlingen, doctor's assistant
  • Eline Koeman, practice nurse mental health care
  • Marian Munshi, mental health practice nurse
  • Marjan Haasnoot, practice assistant in mental health care for youth

Practice Hoogland & Hemels

  • Bob Hoogland, general practitioner 
  • Hilde Hemels, general practitioner
  • Astrid van Croonenburg, practice nurse 
  • Carolien van Affelen van Saemsfoort, doctor's assistant
  • Monique Kruithof, doctor's assistant
  • Eline Koeman, practice nurse mental health care
  • Marian Munshi, mental health practice nurse
  • Marjan Haasnoot, practice assistant in mental health care for youth

Practice Van der Kuyl & Shachar-Palgi

  • Mariëtte van der Kuyl, general practitioner
  • Sarieth Shachar - Palgi, general practitioner
  • Wanda La Haye, doctor's assistant
  • Netty Wels, doctor's assistant
  • Gea van der Greft, practice nurse
  • Eline Koeman, practice nurse mental health care
  • Marian Munshi, mental health practice nurse
  • Marjan Haasnoot, practice assistant in mental health care for youth

Consultation hours (by appointment only) between 08:00 and 17:00.

Practice Verbauwen

  • Rachel Verbauwen, general practitioner
  • Zoltan Gramantik, Acting General Practitioner
  • Jessica Pek, Physician's Assistant
  • Gerda Stam – Louwsma, practice nurse
  • Eline Koeman, practice nurse mental health care
  • Marian Munshi, mental health practice nurse
  • Marjan Haasnoot, practice assistant in mental health care for youth

Consultation hours: Monday to Friday 08:00 – 17:00.

In life-threatening situations, call the emergency number 112.

For emergency care outside of your doctor's office hours, please contact the General practitioner post at Amstelland Hospital. The GP post only works by appointment. Therefore, always contact us first by telephone via 020 45 62 000. Always bring a valid ID with you when visiting the GP post. You will be asked to show proof of identity upon entering the GP post.

It is important to inform the doctor at the out-of-hours surgery which medicines you are taking. Please have an up-to-date medication overview at hand.

It is very busy at the GP practices. We are aware that the waiting times on the telephone can be long at times. Also that sometimes you can’t get an appointment soon. This is a situation we would rather avoid. The reason is that the healthcare system has changed in recent years.
What are the problems?

  • There is a huge national shortage of medical personnel, unfortunately also in our clinic.
  • We need more time per patient because more people are getting older on average with associated more complex health problems.
  • Elderly with complex problems who used to go to a nursing home continue to live longer at home or in small-scale residential units, where care continues to be provided by their GP.
  • Patients return sooner from the specialist care to the GP.
  • We are seeing more and more psychological problems; these require a lot of time. In addition, the mental health care sector itself is also stuck with long waiting times and/or patient stops.
  • Because of all this, ten minutes per consultation is no longer sufficient. This means that we can see fewer patients per day than before.

What measurements did we take in order to help you the best we can?
Please read on

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