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Hospitals and clinics

Published: 31 March 2014 Modified: 31 March 2014

The Netherlands offers some of the best medical care available. Here is a listing of the major hospitals and outpatient clinics available to residents of The Hague.

Bronovo Hospital

If you have a condition that cannot be treated by your family GP, you will be referred to the hospital for treatment or further diagnostic tests.

International clinics in The Hague

  • International Health Centre The Hague (IHCH): The IHCH offers comprehensive primary medical care. The health centre is unique in that it specialises in a multi-cultural (50% of staff is foreign) approach in the service it provides. Staff speak a variety of languages, offer appointments throughout the day, and offer patient support in areas such as healthcare matters, insurance, financial and general administrative issues. In addition, the following services are offered to patients who are not registered with the general practice: Travel Advice, Vaccinations for Adults and Children, Homeopathy, Nutritional Medicine, Psychology, Physiotherapy and other services including an on-site pharmacy.

  • Polikliniek Prins Willem: The Polikliniek Prins Willem offers specialist care in Cardiology, Dermatology, Gynaecology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Opthalmalogy, Paediatrics, Urology as well as conducts preventive and work-related healthchecks. The clinic has an 'open door' policy and welcomes all patients. 

  • Mauritsklinieken: The Mauritsklinieken are independent outpatient dermatology clinics. Dermatologists are specialised in the treatment of every skin disease and skin condition. Thanks to short waiting times, you can have an appointment within a few days for the treatment of conditions such as allergy, acne, eczema, psoriasis, suspicious patches of skin and moles.

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