Dr. Guy Peeters · General Practitioner and Sports Doctor
- Prenatal care and gynecological ultrasound
- Placing IUD
- Exercise test, sports medicine and certificate medical sport test
- Ultrasound and radiographs of limbs
- Cast bandages
Dr. Guy Peeters · Dr. Bert Van Bogaert
You can make an appointment by calling 014 883 259, every weekday between 07.30h and 18.00h.
Due to the positive evolution of the Corona epidemic, it is now again possible to make an online appointment.
If you come to the doctor's office. You are required to wear a mouth mask.
Patients with corona related symptoms (fever, coughing, muscle strain, etc) are required to make an appointment by phone. They need to use a seperate entrance and will be examined in a seperate room. This to guarantee complete safety.
Other patients can once again make an online appointment and can be safely examined an treated.
This will happen completely separated from Corona patients.
Thanks for your understanding.
Team Medisch Centrum Lille
Please do bear in mind the following:
An appointment with Katja Holzhäuser can only be made by telephone. Please call 0489 413 540
Medisch Centrum Lille
Gierlebaan 12 · 2275 Lille
Bus-stop ‘Kruispunt Gierlebaan’ in front of the medical centre. Bus lines: 210, 213.
To avoid long waiting times we work on an appointment basis only. You can make an appointment here, or call us on 014 883 259.
To discuss lab-results with your General Practitioner we ask you to call 014 883 259. You can do this every week day:
It is possible that if we are unavailable between 20.30h and 07.30h you will be transferred to the doctor on duty. He or she will only respond to urgent matters and will report to us the following morning. This way we will continue to be up-to-date with regards to your condition.
From Friday 20.30h to Monday 07.30h you can reach a Doctor on duty at the ‘huisartsenwachtpost’:
Prescriptions are only issued during an actual visit to your General Practitioner. The RIZIV (health insurance) will not allow prescriptions otherwise. Of course we understand that it could occur that you are short on prescriptions for your medication. However, try to avoid this by asking for a sufficient number of prescriptions during the visit to your General Practitioner.
Your doctor is only allowed to issue certificates that are truthful. Please do not make his or her job more difficult than it is, and only ask for what is reasonable, genuine and responsible. For deontological reasons we will never issue certificates or sign forms otherwise.