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 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

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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.

Nienke Franse is our new practice assistent for mental healthcare

I have been working as a practice assistent for mental healthcare at Beukenlaan 4 since February 2019.

I see patients with mild psychological problems or psycho-social problems. I studied psychology at the University in Leiden and Amsterdam, with a specialization in communication about lifestyle change within the GP practice.

After I have worked in reintegration services for a while, I now take the step towards care. Delft is not unknown to me, during my student days I lived there and I worked at the Beestenmarkt in a café.

At the moment I live in Rotterdam. I am present on Monday, Wednesday (every other week), Thursday and Friday.


The OWee is the way to enter your student life!

The OWee is the Welcome Week for all students studying in Delft. In five days, you will learn everything you need for a successful student time!

A nice and cozy period at the start of your study time. Often with alcohol. Look for the effects of alcohol on your health and tips at

Finish an antibiotics cure or not?

There is a lot of media attention for an article by British doctors, stating that finishing an antibiotic cure would not always be needed. However, the general advice to complete a cure still applies in the Netherlands.

In comparison with other countries, the Netherlands is economical with antibiotics and doctors will prescribe as short a cure as possible. There is no evidence that shorter cures are better.

Whether you can stop antibiotics earlier depends on your situation, which antibiotics you have and what infection. Therefore, always consult us if you are considering this.

Source: Dutch College of General Practitioners, July 28, 2017

High temperatures this week!

What can I do in hot weather?

– Drink enough
Make sure you drink enough, even if you are not thirsty. Do you urinate less than you normally do? Or is your urine dark yellow? Then you can drink some extra. Drink little alcohol.
Take a bottle of water if you go for a couple of hours.

– Keep yourself cool
Wear thin clothes. Stay in the shadow. Take a (feet) bath or shower. Or occasionally take a cool wet towel in your neck. Sleep under a thin blanket.

– Protect yourself from sunshine with sunscreen, sunglasses, light clothing and a cap or hat. Sunscreen does not protect against heat.

– Limit physical exercise in the afternoon. Take advantage of the cooler morning and evening for your groceries, hikes or sports.

– Keep your house cool
Prevent warming of your home with blinds, a fan or, if you have, air conditioning. Provide ventilation by keeping the ventilation grates open or opening windows. Make it cooler in the morning or in the evening by opening windows and doors to fresh air.

Who is at risk of heat?

On very hot days the following people run more risk:

– people over 65 years old

– children under the age of 15, especially babies and toddlers

– People with a chronic condition such as diabetes mellitus, heart or lung disease.

– People with overweight

– People who use certain medicines, drink a lot of alcohol or use drugs

– Mentally challenged people

– People with a bad physical condition

How does dehydration / heat stroke develop?

When it’s hot, the body loses moisture by sweating. The body cools itself.

If you lose more moisture than you drink, your body eventually has too little moisture to evaporate. This increases the temperature in your body.

When exerted, the temperature may also increase. This is because the muscles make more heat than the skin can emit by sweating.

Due to insufficient moisture in the body, the skin of the trunk, arms and legs is not well bled. They then become pale and stop sweating. The body temperature is then higher. That is dangerous.

If this happens in the sun, we call it a sunstroke. Someone with a sunstroke is too hot and too dry.

The combination of drying and overheating can be dangerous. It is called a heat stroke.

Online appointments

As of today it is possible to make online an appointment with your doctor through our website.

You can click at the bottom on the icon.

This can be done every workingday, evenings and the weekends!

If you have a question, you are not sure whether you should come or the complaint is urgent, please always call with the practice.

We hope to improve accessibility and provide you with better service.

New general practice based nurse specialist

As of January 1, 2017 Vivian Remmig start in our practice as general practice based nurse specialist Somatics.

She introduces herself.

Hello, I’m Vivian Remmig. I graduated college nurse. Because I wanted to learn more after I my nurse training, I went to follow the training for practice-based nurse specialist. I perform the work of a practice-based nurse specialist with great pleasure. During my work, I find that expertise and development is very important. I try in my work to focus on the patient. I like to look together with the patient for the best solution or treatment.

With pleasure I go  to work from January 1, 2017 as a nurse practitioner in general practice Baecke & Nobel. I have my own clinic here, in close cooperation with your own doctor. I hope to get acquainted soon.

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Practice closed during Christmas holiday (1 – 6 January)

Our practice will be closed from Monday 1 to Friday 6 January 2017.

During this period, 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 G:
dr. Schreuder
Ruys de Beerenbrouckplein 8
Telefoon: 015 – 212 35 74

* if your last name starts with the letter H to O:
dr. Harmans en dr Rodenburg
Nassaulaan 23
Telefoon: 015 – 256 79 00

* if your last name starts with the letter P to Z:
dr. Van Miert en dr. Damen
Nassaulaan 23
Telefoon: 015 – 256 87 67

Practice closed on 8/12 due to continuing medical education

On Thursday, December 8, our general practice will be closed in connection with continuing medical education.


On Thursday,December 8 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. Smit-Warlé
Beukenlaan 4a-III
Telefoon: 015 – 2126806

* if your last name starts with the letter M to Z:
dr H. Harmans en M. Rodenburg
Nassaulaan 23
Telefoon: 015 – 256 79 00