I am coming to be admitted
- If you come to the hospital for a one-day admission (surgical or oncology), you will no longer need a negative PCR test, except if you have not been vaccinated or do not have a recovery certificate (not more than 6 months old).
- If you come to the hospital for a planned admission of more than one day, you will need to present a negative COVID test (PCR test), even if you have been vaccinated. The negative test cannot be older than 4 days.
In the hospital, wearing a face mask is mandatory at all times!
- The Admissions Planning staff will contact you.
On the day before your admission to the hospital, the Admissions Planning staff will contact you by phone to ask about possible symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, difficulty breathing, cough, …). You may contact the Admissions Planning Department yourself between 14:00 and 16:00 at 03 320 50 08.
- Have you read the General Reception Brochure?
Read our General Reception Brochure. An informed patient is a more satisfied and better prepared patient.
- Complete the necessary documents at home.
To ensure that your admission runs smoothly, we ask you to complete the necessary documents in advance, as far as this is possible.
- Bring the medications that you take at home with you in their original packages.
Print this medications’ list and bring the completed form with you to the hospital, together with the medications you take at home.
Write your name and date of birth clearly on the packaging.
- Come at the agreed time
Come to the hospital at the agreed time. Follow our specific COVID-19 guidelines carefully.
Wear a face mask that covers both your nose and your mouth.
Touch only the straps of your mask and disinfect your hands before and after touching the mask.
Come alone to the hospital. A companion is not allowed.
Come at the agreed time (not earlier, not later).
Do not stay in the hospital longer than necessary.
Register at our sign-in kiosk.
At the sign-in kiosk, you will receive the route number for your department. Proceed only to the department where you have an appointment.
Respect the social distancing guidelines (1.5 metres) at all times Disinfect your hands regularly.
Gloves are not necessary. Wearing gloves gives a false sense of security.
Requesting an access pass is only mandatory for visitors.
- Body temperature screening
Before you are permitted to enter the hospital, our staff will check your body temperature and screen you for COVID-19 symptoms. Show your access pass when you arrive, so this screening process runs smoothly and waiting lines are avoided.
- Then register at our sign-in kiosk. Have your eID at hand to sign in.
Once you are inside the hospital, you must register at one of our sign-in kiosks. At the sign-in kiosk, you will receive your route number. Follow the route indicated.