Patient careRadboudumc is a university medical center. Everything we do - patient care, education and research - is centered around people and their quality of life.
Most of the information on Radboudumc.nl about patient care is currently in Dutch. To help you along we offer short descriptions in English with direct links to detailed information in Dutch. We hope, in the future, to bring you more information in English.
For a number of specific disorders, patients come to Radboudumc from all over the Netherlands and sometimes even abroad. On many disorders we cover detailed information.
go to 'aandoeningen'
If you want to make an appointment for treatment at our hospital, you need a referral letter from a GP or a medical specialist. You can then call the department concerned to make an appointment.
go to 'uw afspraak'
Often, it takes a while before you have an appointment to visit an outpatient clinic, get treatment or get tests done. Our departments try to provide detailed information about waiting times.
go to 'wachttijden'
Everyone working or living in the Netherlands is legally obligated to have public Dutch health insurance. It is important to check your policy to see if the costs of your treatment will be reimbursed.
go to 'kosten van zorg'
We offer you information about preparing for your admission, your stay at our hospital and about being discharged.
go to 'uw opname'
The Radboudumc Amalia Children’s Hospital is part of Radboudumc. The hospital is completely geared towards the care of sick children.
Most of the information on Radboudumc.nl about patient care is currently in Dutch.
go to 'patiëntenzorg'
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