travel medicine

Travel Clinic & Vaccinations

For travel advice and vaccinations please telephone our Centre on  (070) 306 5111

This is an open service, also available to patients registered with GPs elsewhere

We offer a full range of vaccinations and travel advice at our Centre, including Yellow Fever

Please bring your vaccination records with you.  We can also issue medical passports when needed

Your appointment will take between 20-30 minutes, vaccinations by our nursing staff may follow.

Price of the consultation are the same as for GP consultations, so depending on if you are a registered patient to the primary care clinic or not.

Our vaccine-prices are amongst the lowest on the market.  If it turns out that you do not need any vaccinations at all, you will still be billed for the consultation. If you require a new vaccination passport there will be an extra charge of €3,00

Please check further with your health insurance provider if you will be reimbursed

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Children's  immunisations

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 As an expat parent, dealing with your children's immunisations is always a concern

Different countries have different schedules, different endemic diseases, different government or private based systems:  Our IHCH vaccination doctor can help you make the right decisions

In the regular Dutch system, if you are an official registered resident to a Dutch municipality, the consultatiebureau (CB) will invite your child for all due vaccinations. Unfortunately, their letters are in Dutch, so many an expat has difficulty understanding what is meant, or where to call for an appointment. If you need help translating the letters or interpreting the information, our medical staff will be pleased to help you.

The children of many diplomats or NGO personnel are not included in the government based imunisation programme. Parents have to take care of the proper immunisations themselves.

If you are invited by the CB and  would like to deviate from the Dutch schedule (i.e. administer at a later or earlier age), the CB is not allowed to help you.  Neither will they be able to administer, for example, chicken-pox (varicella) vaccine, or Rotavirus. IHCH can also offer the Meningitis B vaccine.

Our vaccination doctor has thorough knowledge of world-wide immunisation schedules and can design a schedule that fits the expat lifestyle.

IHCH stocks all childrens' vaccinations

 

This service is also open to non-IHCH registered patients and the initial consultation is also offered as Video-consultation. For administering the vaccines you will, of course, have to visit our clinic.

For an appointment you can call +31 (0)70 306 5111.

 

 

Frequently asked questions

You can always visit us for acute or incidental medical assistance.

However, if you already are registered with a local GP in The Hague area and have Dutch insurance, we will bill you for the consultation at your own expense (since Dutch insurance companies only reimburse consultations with your own GP).

All other services (specialists, psychology, physiotherapy, etc.) offered by the IHCH are available by appointment only. If you plan to come to us on a regular basis, we recommend you register with our GP practice at the IHCH and deregister with your current GP.

No, you don't. Registration is only required once.  However, it is important to update us if your registration status changes in the future.

Our Polikliniek Prins Willem (PPW) services are also open to persons registered with GPs elsewhere.  Please register as a Policlinic patient only, should this be the case.

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