We can help you!
Dokters van de Wereld provides care and can assist you in finding medical help. Our consultations are free of charge and confidential. As a neutral (non-governmental) organization we do not pass any personal information to others except for other health care providers if necessary. Even if you don’t have money to pay for the costs or even when you have been refused by a doctor we can help and advise you how to access health care. Our volunteers can help you with our following services:
Zorgbus: medical unit on wheels
The Zorgbus is a medical unit on wheels in Amsterdam and The Hague. You don’t need an appointment to see our doctors. Click here for more information about the Zorgbus.
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Zorgcafés: questions about your health and healthcare
Our Zorgcafés (Care Cafés) in Amsterdam and Nijmegen are welcoming places where you can go with questions about your health and Dutch healthcare. We can refer you to appropriate medical care.
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Medical Post: general practitioner
Dokters van de Wereld offers general practitioner care at the Medical Post in Amsterdam. This clinic is intended for people who find it difficult to access regular care, in particular for people without residence papers (undocumented migrants).
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Psychological consultation hours
Psychological symptoms can cause you a lot of problems in your everyday life. That’s why it’s important to ask for help. There’s no need to be embarrassed about asking for help. Dokters van de Wereld has special consultations to offer support.
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Sexual reproductive health consultation hours
Do you have questions about contraception or abortion? Or do you want to have a test done to check on sexually transmitted infections (STI's)?
Click here for our consultation hours in Amsterdam and The Hague.
Are you in need of dental care? Sometimes we can link you to a volunteer dentist. For information send us an email at email@example.com.
If you have any questions about your health, the Dutch healthcare system or our services, you can always call our National Helpdesk. On business days you can call us from 9.00 till 17.00 on telephone number 020-765 38 01. If you leave a voicemail, we will call you back within a few business days. Would you rather send an email? firstname.lastname@example.org.