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What do you need to bring?

Outpatient clinic visit

Please bring the following to your appointment at the UMC Utrecht:

  • Your appointment confirmation letter. This specifies the date and time of your appointment.
  • Your insurance pass or healthcare pass.
  • Your UMC Utrecht patient number (if you have one already).
  • Proof of identity.
  • A current list of medication you are using. You can obtain such a list from your pharmacy.
  • A list of your questions and symptoms. This could be useful during the consultation with the physician.
  • Where applicable: some outpatient clinics send out questionnaires. In such cases, please bring the completed questionnaire.

Bring someone with you

Patients are often nervous when coming to the hospital. Being accompanied by someone can help. You will be given a lot of information during the consultation with the physician. Together you will remember more.

Admission

Being admitted to the UMC Utrecht? Always bring the following with you:

  • Health insurance policy.
  • Proof of identity.
  • Your appointment card.
  • All medication you are using in the original packaging (including medication not prescribed by a physician, such as over-the-counter remedies obtained from a pharmacy).
  • A current list of medication you are using. You can obtain such a list from your pharmacy.

Useful to bring (if applicable):

  • Dietary requirements
  • Nightwear and bathrobe
  • Toiletries
  • Slippers
  • Underwear
  • Reading glasses, contact lenses
  • Container for dentures
  • Book, magazine, game
  • Some money (but not too much)
  • Your own rollator or wheelchair, with your name and address on it
  • Any relevant informational material

You are advised to leave valuables at home.

Proof of identity / BSN (citizen service) record

Anyone receiving healthcare must be able to prove their identity. You can do so using your passport, driver’s license, identity card or foreign national’s identity card. We will keep a record of your BSN (citizen service number) and other details in the hospital’s administration. Recording such details is a one-time process. However, we could ask you to prove your identity again on subsequent visits.