Until further notice, we have a patient stop for patients with menopausal complaints. Therefore, no appointments can be made for new patients with menopause symptoms.
A gynaecologist is a medical professional who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of gynaecological and obstetrical disorders. The Wetering Medical Centre employs experienced gynaecologists with several years of work experience in hospitals. The Wetering Medical Centre is a centre of expertise in the field of vulvar and vaginal disorders, IUD insertion, gynaecological ultrasounds and abnormal smears.
Treatments provided by the centre:
- contraception matters
- examination after an abnormal Pap smear
- menstrual disorders
- placing coils (under local anaesthetic if necessary)
- gynaecological ultrasound
- early pregnancy ultrasound (up to 12 weeks)
- intercourse pain
- premenstrual syndrome and hormonal migraine
- desire to have children (exploratory fertility examination)
- PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome)
- pre-conception advice
- pregnancy discomforts and enduring problems after pregnancy
- acute and chronic abdominal pain
- vaginal infections
- labial problems (vulva)
- menopausal symptoms and hormonal matters
- prolapse and incontinence
- disorders of the endocrine system
Short Waiting time indication
We will reserve extra time for your first appointment so that, after the intake interview, the required examination can be performed, and the treatment plan can be discussed with you. Treatments will be provided as soon as possible and we will make every effort to ensure that the results of the examination (pathology) will be communicated to you and your GP as soon as possible.
The centre has a treatment room for minor surgery that can be performed either with or without the use of local anaesthesia. After your visit, we will inform your GP about our findings and the relevant therapy. If you wish to receive a copy of that letter, please contact your treating physician to arrange for that
Your first appointment
If you have been referred, you should bring a referral note from your GP, your ID and your health insurance card with you when you visit our clinic for the first time. We are legally obliged to check these documents. We would also appreciate it if you bring a list with you of the medication you are taking. If you have no referral from your GP, for example, because you want a gynaecological check-up, you do not need to bring the abovementioned documents with you.
Please Note! The Wetering Medical Centre has not concluded contracts with all health insurers for the invoicing of proctological treatments. This means that you will be sent an invoice which you should forward to your health insurer. If the insurer does not cover all the costs, please contact us.
Only for gynaecology patients with natura insurance with VGZ* we have to charge a co-payment. For all appointments within a DBC with an effective date after January 1, 2024, VGZ reimburses only part of the bill and the rest of the costs, depending on the policy 20% to 40%, must be paid by the patient himself.
*The following insurers also fall under VGZ: IZA, Nedasco, UMC, Univé, Zekur and UnitedConsumers.
More information on DBCs can be found here
Waiting time indication