Skin therapy

Skin therapy

Wetering Medical Centre specializes in treating skin diseases, skin ageing and cosmetic skin problems. Customer service and creating a relaxed atmosphere are our top priority.

The skin therapist at the Wetering Medical Centre works closely with the dermatologists. A skin therapist has been trained to provide intensive skin treatments such as acne therapy, oedema therapy and laser treatments, sometimes in addition to the treatment provided by the dermatologist. The title of skin therapist is a protected title as laid down in the Individual Healthcare Professions Act.

Naima D.S. Goilo, skin therapist at the Wetering Medical Centre, successfully completed her general nurse training in 2007, after which she took a specialist training course in skin therapy at the Utrecht University for Applied Sciences. Naima Goilo is an experienced skin therapist. She joined our team in 2013.

“The diversity of skin therapy makes my job very challenging, and seeing satisfied patients in my treatment room each day is a great joy to me.” Naima is particularly specialized in treating acne and excessive hair growth. She is well aware of the importance of discussing the treatment options with the patient in advance. “I don’t start treating patients until I know exactly what they expect from me”. The abovementioned skin treatments as provided by the skin therapist do not fall under the ZKN Quality Mark of Stichting Dermatologisch Centrum Wetering, but under Praktijk voor Huidtherapie Weteringklinieken BV.

Waiting time indication

Dermatology
3 8

Days

Gynaecology
1 7

Days

Proctology
8 0

Days

Phlebology
2 1

Days

If you find the waiting time too long, you can always contact us or ask your health care provider for waiting list mediation. Your health care provider can support you in this, so that you may be able to receive assistance more quickly. The maximum acceptable waiting time that healthcare providers and health insurers have jointly agreed upon (the Treek norm) for access to the outpatient clinic and diagnostics is 4 weeks. The maximum acceptable waiting time for treatment is 7 weeks.

Waiting time indication

Dermatology
3 8

Days

Gynaecology
1 7

Days

Proctology
8 0

Days

Phlebology
2 1

Days

If you find the waiting time too long, you can always contact us or ask your health care provider for waiting list mediation. Your health care provider can support you in this, so that you may be able to receive assistance more quickly. The maximum acceptable waiting time that healthcare providers and health insurers have jointly agreed upon (the Treek norm) for access to the outpatient clinic and diagnostics is 4 weeks. The maximum acceptable waiting time for treatment is 7 weeks.