Visitor and attendant arrangement
For us, an attendant is someone who accompanies a patient in his or her health care journey in a supportive role. Any other person is considered a visitor.
Visitors are welcome at any time between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. A maximum of two visitors may be present at the same time.
- Pediatrics: in the pediatrics department, parents and grandparents may alternate throughout the day so that the child does not have to be alone. Siblings are welcome between 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm. Again, there is a maximum of two visitors at a time.
- Intensive care and palliative care: if you wish to visit here, we ask that you make arrangements with the nursing unit.
- No visitors are allowed at our day hospitals and emergency rooms.
If you come to a consultation, you can always bring 1 companion. An exception is the pediatric consultation: both parents are welcome.
In the emergency room, you may be assisted by 1 attendant at all times. Keep in mind that, when it is busy or during a care moment, you may be asked to wait in our waiting room. In this way we can always provide the correct care.
One companion is always welcome at our outpatient admissions as well.
If you're here for a surgery, your attendant can join you after your operation. Before your operation we will ask your companion to take a seat in our attendant room, so that we can prepare your operation properly.
In case of an admission with overnight stay
Your attendant is welcome at your stay unit between 2 pm and 8 pm. Does he or she like to come to the hospital before then? Then they can be seated in the room provided for that purpose near the cafeteria.