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  • Rates

    Telephone consultation (regardless the advice)

     

    €35,-

    Consultation at the GP Medical Post

     

    €128,22

    Home visit

     

    €192,34

     

    After paying your invoice, you can claim the expenses back from your insurance company (depending on your insurance)

    These rates apply on workings days from 6:00 PM to 8:00 AM and all day at weekends and public holidays.

    The rates are determined by the Dutch Healthcare Authority (Nederlandse Zorgautoriteit).

    The telephone consultation, the consultation at the GP Medical Post, and the home visit are all charged for. If a patient doesn’t appear at the appointment at the GP Medical Post, a phone consultation will be charged.

  • If you have an health insurance

    When you have an EHIC-card of an AON student insurance card, we can send the invoice directly to your health insurance provider. 
    Please ensure that you have the correct address and telephone details when contacting the GP Medical Post, so that we can send the invoice directly to your health insurance provider.

    If you don't have health insurance 
    If we don't have your insurance details, you’ll need to pay for the consultation or treatment with a debit card at the GP Medical Post. The costs for a telephone consultation or a home visit by the on-call GP, are charged by invoice that we send to the home address known to us. 
    Please ensure that you have the correct address and telephone details when contacting the GP Medical Post. You can send us your correct address details by e-mail: declaraties@primacura.nl
    When you have received an invoice and you have an EHIC-card or an AON student insurance card, you can send a copy of the card to declaraties@primacura.nl

  • When the GP Medical Post is open, a team of medical professionals is on standby to provide emergency care. Sometimes you do not have to visit the GP Medical Post and the triage nurse provides you with a self-care advice. The costs of that advice will be charged.

  • This is determined by the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZa). Every year the NZa examines the rates that the GP Medical Posts should charge. The rates may differ between GP Medical Posts.

  • The GP Medical Post  can’t change the amount of your invoice. The Dutch Healthcare Authority determines the amount.