Flu vaccination

What does the flu vaccination do?

The flu vaccination is the best protection against flu. The flu vaccination ensures that your body develops antibodies against the flu virus. Two weeks after having the flu vaccination, you will have enough antibodies.

Location and time

The flu vaccination for patients of the Baecke & Nobel general practice takes place in the Beukenlaan 4.

note: you are grouped by the first letter of your surname

Wednesday
October 7
Wednesday
October 14
A to C17:00-17:30L to O17:00-17:30
D to G17:45-18:15P to S17:45-18:15
H to K19:30-19:00T to Z19:30-19:00

Your doctor will take measures against the corona virus. It is therefore safe to come to the practice.

You can help:

  • Stay at home and make a new appointment if you have 1 or more of these complaints:
    • Common cold
    • Sore throat
    • sneezing
    • Coughing
    • Suddenly tired
    • No longer being able to smell or taste
    • Fever
  • Keep 1.5 meters away from others
  • We kindly request that you wear a facemask

We also ask that you take the following into account:

  • Take the letter you received with you.
  • You will receive the flu shot in your upper arm. Therefore, wear clothes where you can easily expose your upper arm.

Do you want to know more?

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Summer holiday

From monday 10 August until friday 28 August our practice will be closed due to a holiday.

During office hours you can contact the following locum GP’s in case of urgent medical matters:

  • if your last name starts with the letter A to G:

dr. Tussenbroek
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 212 16 62

  • if your last name starts with the letter H to O:

dr. Hermsen
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 213 53 58

  • if your last name starts with the letter P to Z:

dr. Nijkamp
Oostsingel 51
015 – 212 67 41

After 17:00 and during the weekend you can call the Huisartsenpost Delft, on telephone number 015 – 251 19 30.

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Practice closed due to a holiday

From monday 10 August until friday 28 August our practice will be closed due to a holiday.

During office hours you can contact the following locum GP’s in case of urgent medical matters:

  • if your last name starts with the letter A to G:

dr. Hartel
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 284 00 30

  • if your last name starts with the letter H to O:

dr. Hermsen
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 213 53 58

  • if your last name starts with the letter P to Z:

dr. Tussenbroek
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 212 16 62

After 17:00 and during the weekend you can call the Huisartsenpost Delft, on telephone number 015 – 251 19 30.

Do you have a question about a medical certificate in times of corona?

Do you ask your GP, for example at the request of your employer, your children’s school or another body, for a medical certificate?

Your own GP cannot give you this. Such medical certificates may only be issued by an independent physician. For example, there remains a clear line between your possible treatment by your GP and the assessment of whether you are able to work or go to school and under what conditions.

What can you do to get a medical certificate? You can give a statement yourself or ask the person who wants an explanation if he / she has an independent doctor.

To explain further why we as a treating physician do not issue a medical certificate, the national federation of doctors KNMG has drawn up the so-called ‘refusal note’, click here for more information about the so-called ‘refusal note‘.

Restarting regular GP work

The pandemic with the corona virus is entering a new phase.

We are going to slowly start normal GP work again.

Thank you for all your understanding that we have experienced in recent weeks.

Work differently

To slow down the spread of the virus, we work differently than before.

  • We must keep the practice space as empty as possible.
  • People with respiratory complaints should absolutely not come to the practice.
  • The door is closed, you cannot just walk in .
  • You may call any of your health questions.

We will try to provide as much care as possible by telephone and email.

The chronic care of Vivian Remmig and psychological care of Nienke French will almost only take place by phone.

We will arrange notes, recipes and references by email as much as possible.

Appointments

If it is necessary to examine you in practice, you will receive an appointment on the same day.

  • We ask you to arrive exactly at the time indicated, not too early and not too late.
  • We also ask you to come without a guide if possible.

Attention

In connection with the increase in the number of patients with a Corona infection, there are new procedures from the GP and the GP service for potentially infected patients in the Delfland, Westland, Oostland and Nieuwe Waterweg Noord regions.

Mild complaints
For you as a patient, it is not necessary to call your doctor for mild complaints of a cold and fever, you can just stay at home and get sick.

Serious complaints
If you have serious complaints or are unsure about this, please contact the GP or GP post by telephone. Do not go to the practice or the GP post without an appointment. The GP determines whether it is necessary that further research be done with you. The investigations take place at central locations. You will hear from your GP where and when you can go.

Why this measure?
Through treatment in a central location, we use the protective clothing that GPs wear as efficiently as possible. We also limit the risk of contamination of patients in general practices and out-patient centers.

Where should I go with a health complaint?
You always call your own doctor first or during the evenings, nights and weekends the GP post. This is not necessary for mild complaints of a cold and fever. The general practitioner or the GP staff member will let you know what to do.

More information?
Click here for more information about the Coronavirus.

Corona infection in Delft

A patient from Delft has been tested positive for the Corona virus. This can raise questions with you; you may have been in contact with this person.

At the moment it can be very busy on the phone. We request that you first look at thuisarts.nl for information. You can read information on the “New corona virus [in Dutch]” and “I want to prevent me from getting the new corona virus [in Dutch].”

  • Do you have a fever (38 degrees or higher) and
  • cough or shortness of breath and
  • have you been in a risk area or have been in contact with a proven infected person?

Please contact us by telephone, our telephone number is 015 – 213 13 13.

We expressly request people with these symptoms not to visit the practice.

If you have general or practical questions regarding the corona virus, please contact the national information number 0800-1351. More information is also available at https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19

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Practice closed due to permenant education

From Wednesday 15 until friday 17 January, our general practice will be closed in connection with continuing medical education.

On this days you can contact the following locum GP’s during office hours (in case of urgent medical matters):

  • if your last name starts with the letter A to L:

dr. Nijkamp
Oostsingel 51
015 – 212 67 41

  • if your last name starts with the letter M to Z:

dr. Tussenbroek
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 212 16 62

After 17:00 and during the weekend you can call the Huisartsenpost Delft, on telephone number 015 – 251 19 30.

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Practice closed due to Christmas holidays

From monday 10 August until friday 28 August our practice will be closed due to a holiday.

During office hours you can contact the following locum GP’s in case of urgent medical matters:

  • if your last name starts with the letter A to G:

dr. Hartel
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 284 00 30

  • if your last name starts with the letter H to O:

dr. Tussenbroek
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 212 16 62

  • if your last name starts with the letter P to Z:

dr. Hermsen
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 213 53 58

After 17:00 and during the weekend you can call the Huisartsenpost Delft, on telephone number 015 – 251 19 30.

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Closed due to a holiday

From monday 10 August until friday 28 August our practice will be closed due to a holiday.

During office hours you can contact the following locum GP’s in case of urgent medical matters:

  • if your last name starts with the letter A to G:

dr. Hermsen
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 213 53 58

  • if your last name starts with the letter H to O:

dr. Hartel
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 284 00 30

  • if your last name starts with the letter P to Z:

dr. Tussenbroek
Beukenlaan 4a
015 – 212 16 62

After 17:00 and during the weekend you can call the Huisartsenpost Delft, on telephone number 015 – 251 19 30.