Treatment in the Netherlands
You are insured in another EU country and you want to come to the Netherlands for treatment. But how is healthcare organised in the Netherlands? Which hospitals are available to you and which doctors can you approach? What do you need to do to obtain reimbursement of the costs? What about quality and safety of healthcare? What are your rights as a patient and how can you submit a complaint if you are dissatisfied? All this can be found here.
The websites on this page are to guide you if you are looking for a hospital, a clinic, or possibly, a GP or a dentist in the Netherlands.Read more about finding healthcare providers in the Netherlands
You want to come to the Netherlands for medical treatment. You are insured in another EU country. In order to be reimbursed, you must meet certain conditions.
It is therefore important that you always ask your health insurance provider in advance what these conditions are. This way you can be sure that you will receive a reimbursement for medical treatment in the Netherlands.Read more about reimbursement of costs
Would you like to know more about the quality and safety of healthcare in the Netherlands? Or are you interested in how patients’ rights are regulated here? Do you have a complaint about healthcare? The websites listed on this page can give you more information about these matters.
This page provides information about what has to be taken into account if you treat a patient from another EU country on the grounds of Directive 2011/24/EU.Read more about information for healthcare providers