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Contact information

St-Elisabeth site - Uccle
02-614 20 00
St-Michel site - Etterbeek
02-614 30 00
Bella Vita Medical Center
02-614 42 00

Classic hospitalisation

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Classic hospitalisation, general information

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What do you need to bring?

By preparing your hospitalisation, you will make your stay much easier. Read this information before staying in the Europe Hospitals.

 

For admission
  • your identity card or passport   birth certificate for newborns
  • the address and phone number of your emergency contact person
  • payment means (réquisitoire) provided by the Public Centre for Social Welfare (CPAS) or your insurance company (if any), or your supplementary insurance card
  • an advance calculated on the basis of your room choice

 

In the event of a work accident
  • name and address of your employer
  • name and address of your insurance company
  • insurance policy number

 

For the hospital doctor
  • a letter sent by your attending physician (if any)
  • all medical documents relating to your state of health (blood group card, xrays, results of medical examinations...)
  • your usual and/or recent medication
  • your work incapacity certificate (confidential document that was given to you by your health insurance fund)

 

Personal belongings
  • sleepwear, undergarments, dressing gown, shoes, slippers etc.
  • toiletries (soap, towels, washcloth, comb, toothpaste, toothbrush, shaving equipment, tissues etc.)
  • books, newspapers, glasses, stationery etc.

 

We strongly advise you not to bring any valuables, jewellery, or large amounts of money. The hospital accepts no liability in case of theft or loss. Private rooms feature a personal safe with a code selected by the user. As far as rooms with two or four beds are concerned, a safe can be rented from the nurse in charge of the unit.

 

Do not forget
  • to have your work incapacity certificate immediately filled in by your doctor This certificate must be sent, as soon as possible, to your employer and your health insurance fund (or insurance company)
  • warn the post office if you are a pensioner.
  • warn the nurse if a member of your family wishes to spend the night in your room. Note: this is only possible in a private room.
  • warn the nurse on duty when you leave our unit (for example, to have a coffee with your relatives).