In our hospital we care for people with a frail health. Our patients are vulnerable and our employees indispensable. Therefore, we take a number of measures to ensure that we can continue to provide care to anyone who needs it. We hope for your understanding and cooperation.
Important patient information
Fewer appointments at UMC Utrecht
Because we also hospitalize patients with the coronavirus, unfortunately not all planned appointments and treatments can continue as usual. However, we continue to provide all urgent care and treatments that cannot be postponed.
If you have an appointment in the coming period that has been canceled, we will contact you. Your appointment may then be replaced by a telephone consultation or an e-consultation. Your treating physician will determine what is appropriate for your situation. It may also be the case that it is important that the doctor sees you. In that case, you can simply visit the UMC Utrecht. If applicable, please indicate if you have flu-like or cold symptoms. In that case we will ask you to attend the specially equipped cohort outpatient clinic.
We also request you to bring a maximum of 1 escort to the hospital (who has no flu-like symptoms, such as coughing or fever).
Important information for visitors and escorts
- Visiting patients at UMC Utrecht
We have adjusted our visiting arrangements in order to prevent the virus from spreading. We request that each patient receives a maximum of 1 visitor per day. So make sure you arrange who goes on which day. If your visit really cannot wait because of the patient's situation, please discuss this with the attending physician.
- Visiting patients at Wilhelmina Children's Hospital
If your child has been hospitalized in our hospital, you can always visit. We do ask you to limit this as much as possible to 1 parent or caregiver at a time. If you are not a parent or caregiver, visiting is temporarily not possible. We can make exceptions in special situations, but only if the attending physician provides permission. Partners of pregnant women can always visit.
- Do not visit us if you have symptoms
If you have symptoms yourself, we prefer that you do not to visit patients in our hospital. If a visit is necessary, please inform the nursing department in advance that you have symptoms.
Do you have questions?
- General questions
- Questions about your visit
- Questions about your medical condition
Are you concerned about your medical condition? Please contact your treating physician via an e-consultation in My UMC Utrecht or call the outpatient clinic where you are being treated.
Experts about corona COVID-19
There are many questions about the new coronavirus (COVID-19). Our experts will give you answers.
What can you do to prevent spreading?
- Wash your hands regularly.
- Do not shake hands.
- Cough and sneeze into your elbow.
- Use tissue paper.
- Try to touch your face as little as possible (eyes, mouth, nose).
- Always wash your hands before eating (also when eating snacks).