For now, we register new patients living in the area with zipcode 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2019, 2021 or 2023. If you would like to register, please click on the registration form (link below).
You will be called by one of our assistants. Please contact us, if you have any questions.
When you live in an area with another zipcode, you can also fill in the registration form. We will let you know whether or not you can register.
From March 2021, we will be using a new telephone system in our general practice. When you call us, you will hear a selection menu. With this selection menu we offer you the possibility to no longer have to wait in the queue on the telephone: we can call you back.
Of course you always have the choice to keep waiting, but the waiting time is the same as the call back time. If you choose to call back, you will not lose your position in the queue.
We will not make you wait unnecessarily, even during breaks and at times when we cannot answer the phone immediately. You will then automatically receive a time when you will be called back.
In this way we ensure that we are more accessible and that we handle your and our time more effectively so that we pay even more attention to you as a patient.
Therefore, the first time you call, listen carefully to the choices in the menu.
You can also choose for video calling with one of our employees. When you speak to the assistant to make an appointment, you can indicate that you would like an appointment via video calling. You need to download the “Video Care” app for this. You will receive a text message with a link that you can click on. The employee will log in at the agreed time and you will have a connection via video calling.
The practice is open from Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 17:00. On Tuesday evening additional evening consultations take place until 19:30.
Phone number: 023 5314520 / email: email@example.com / Instagram: @huisartshaarlem.
If you are a patient in our practice, you can log in at the patient portal and request refill prescriptions, ask questions through the e-consult, have a look in your online file, or schedule an appointment.
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In our practice, accessibility, professionalism and involvement are at the core of our care. The medical guidelines of the Dutch GP Association serve as the guiding principles for the quality of our care.
Evening, night and weekend consultations
For urgent medical care/ In case of emergency between 17:00 and 08:00 and during the weekend and holidays, please call the Huisartsen Spoedpost (Emergency post), 023-2442526.
One Spoedpost is located in the Kennemer Gasthuis, location North, Vondelweg 999. The second Spoedpost in located in the Kennemer Gasthuis, location South, Boerhaavelaan 22. When making an appointment, they will inform you on which of the two posts you are being refered to. Only in case of emergency or injuries you can visit the post without an appointment.
The team of Huisartsenpraktijk Nassaulaan consists of 11 employees: three GPs, a GP in training, three assistants, two nurses, a psychologist and a child psychologist. In addition to this, there is a nutritionist as well working at the same location.
GP Jacques de Milliano has consultation hours on Monday and Tuesday.
GP Irina Schend has consultation hours on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Interim GP Maud Visser has consultation hours on Thursday and Friday.
GP in training Lennart Tonneijck has consultation hours on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The practice is located in a modern renovated building between the historical centre of Haarlem and Haarlem Central Station. When waiting for your appointment, you can take place at our reading table in the waiting area. Do you have a question or do you want to pick-up/deliver something? The assistant at the counter is more than happy to help.
In order to offer a wide variety of primary care, the practice cooperates with psychologists, physiotherapists, nutritionists, speech therapists, the home care service and other professionals.
In the area of chronic-care (diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, lung diseases and care for vulnerable elderly) the GPs are supported by the practice nurses Irene Fortgens and Simone Steggink.
The general tasks of the assistants consist of, amongst others, scheduling appointments, visits and prescriptions. Furthermore, they give medical advice in consultation with the GP. The medical tasks that the assistants execute are, amongst others, measure blood pressure, measure glucose levels, remove stitches.
In the practice, Jessica Lieve is working as a psychologist for adults and Leonie van de Lustgraaf as child/young adult psychologist. They work together with the GPs when treating and supporting patients with psychological and (psycho) social issues. With both a psychologist and child psychologist in the practice, we are able to provide rapid, easy accessible care to patients with psychological and (psycho) social problems without creating extra costs for the patient.
More information about the psychologist for adults can be found here.
More information about the psychologist for children / young adults can be found here.
Consulting your file
If needed, the Spoedpost can consult your General Practice Nassaulaan file. This is only possible when you have given consent and it will always have to happen in accordance to the privacy-law. Parts of your file can be foreclosed after consulting your own General Practitioner. For more information, click here.
The GPs in the practice work with appointments. They want to treat your problem and/or question with care. An appointment of 10 minutes is in general too short to answer multiple questions or analyse a more complex problem. Therefore, the doctor can ask you to schedule a new appointment. You can also ask the assistant to schedule a double appointment (20 minutes). This will also help to reduce the waiting-times. Additionally to this, you can ask non-urgent medical questions to our team via the secured patient portal. This portal also enables you to request repeated prescriptions and schedule an appointment.
For urgent matters you will be able to make an appointment on the same day. In other cases it is advised to make an appointment 1 or 2 days in advance. In cases of emergency you can always come immediately. Do please call us in advance (through the emergency phone number) so we know that you are coming. If needed, we can immediately come to your home or call an ambulance.
When making an appointment, we kindly request you to call between 8:00 and 12:00 . The assistant will briefly ask for a reason for your visit. This enables us to identify the urgency of the matter and the time needed for the appointment. When calling in the afternoon for an appointment on the same day, please only do this in case of urgent matters. For non-urgent matters you can schedule an appointment online through the patient portal.
If you wish to request a home visit by the GP, please call us between 8:00 and 11:00 and schedule an appointment.
Home visits are only meant for seriously ill or infirm patients. As the practice has better research and treatment facilities than a GP can bring to a home visit, we prefer you to visit us in the practice.
Telephone consultations and test results
You can call the assistant for test results or when you have medical questions.
When you have a non-urgent medical questions we advice you to call during the morning. If the assistant is unable to answer your question, the doctor will call you back later that day. Please leave a phone number on which we can reach you. In general it is more difficult to assess your medical condition by phone. A consultation can therefore still be needed.
You can request test results by phone with our assistants, preferably in the afternoon. The assistant will provide you with your results or first consult the GP. If needed, the GP will call you back. Please do give us a phone number on which we can reach you.
There are 3 ways in which you can request prescription refills for chronic use:
- Online, through the patient portal. You can log in at the Patient Portal and select your medication in your own file. The benefit of this is that you can request your medication everywhere and at any time. You will need to register at the patient portal once in order to make use of this service.
- By phone (perscription-line). Call the practice at 023-5314520 and after choosing the extension number 4, you can leave a message stating the needed medication, your name and your date of birth.
- By phone (assistant). Request your medication directly. It can be the case that the assistant is busy with urgent medical questions and thus you will have to wait before you can speak to the assistant.
Our preference goes to the online service and the perscription-line.