Health Center Pastorie
5616 GM Eindhoven
040-293 26 20
1 for emergencies
2 for repeat prescription
3 for assitent
040-256 90 35
- drs. J. D. M. Schelfhout
- AAM v. Hintum
- L. Derksen
- NA Kessels
- D. Rutgers
Monday to Friday from 8.00-12.00 13.00-17.00.
(040) 255 09 29 (During opening hours)
We are of course available at all times of the day for these cases. If possible announce the arrival via the practice telephone or the emergency line
GP stations East Brabant (Outside opening hours)
Address: Michelangelolaan 2 Eindhoven
(behind Catharina Hospital)
You can reach the doctor on duty outside office hours by calling the Huisartsenpost Oost-Brabant. This service is only intended to be used in the event
of complaints that are too urgent to wait until the next business day. (keep your insurance papers with you)
Are by appointment. You can reach us from 08.00-10.00 and 13.30-15.30 to make an appointment. When determining the time of the appointment,
the assistant will take the nature of the complaint into account.
The assistants are available from 08:00 to 10:00 and from 13:30 to 15:30.
In the interest of our own schedule, please call in the morning for:
Telephone consultation with doctor
- test results;
- home visits;
- Telephone consultation with doctor;
- Repeat recipes.
It is also possible to speak with your doctor by telephone. You can make an appointment with the assistant for this. She will agree with you what time your doctor will call you back.
You can leave a message for repeat prescriptions on the Prescription Line 24 hours a day. If this is not possible, you can contact the assistant between 09.00 and 10.00.
However, in the afternoon you will be connected to the Prescription Line.
Prescription line 040-256 90 35
The doctor's assistant performs all her duties under the supervision of the doctor. When you make an appointment, the assistant will ask you about your complaint.
She is trained to do this and does it to help you in the best possible way. She performs various tasks such as: wound care, removal of sutures, freezing warts, taking
blood pressure, cervical swabs, urinalysis and the like. An appointment is required for the above treatments.
The doctor's nurse working under the supervision of the doctor, is responsible for, among other things, the care of patients with diabetes, lung diseases and cardiovascular
diseases. Appointments to see the nurse can be made through the assistant.
Before you call or visit your GP, you can view this English-language website: GPinfo.nl. Here you will find information about the most common health problems,
when to call your doctor or what you can do yourself. Information about what to expect from your GP, his/her role and other healthcare topics in the Netherlands is also available.
The information on GPinfo.nl follows the guidelines of the Dutch College of General Practitioners (NHG), so it is reliable and reliable.