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To be able to offer good and safe care, we must ensure that we link the right data to the right person. This way, we are able to avoid mistakes and ensure that we are working with the correct data from the correct medical records.
In the Netherlands, you are legally required to identify yourself to your healthcare provider. This is called ‘compulsory identification in healthcare’. You can identify yourself to your healthcare provider with a valid passport, ID, driving licence or document for aliens.
This applies to everyone, including children and babies.
If you make use of OLVG healthcare services, you will register as a hospital patient. When registering, we need you to provide valid ID. We'll also take an ID photo of you.
During your registration, your Dutch Social Security Number (Burgerservicenummer, BSN) will be recorded in the electronic patient file, among other things. The BSN is a unique and personal number. This number can be found on your ID. It protects you against fraud and ensures that your data is handled with care.
Doctors and other healthcare providers at OLVG will record all your (confidential) medical data in the electronic patient file.
Once your photograph is added to the hospital's electronic patient file, we will be able to recognise you. This way, we will know for sure that we are treating the right patient.
We will not use your photo for any other purposes.
Having a photo taken is not mandatory. If you do not want to have a photo taken, it means that you will need to show valid ID every time you visit in order to prove your identity.
If you (or your child) have Dutch nationality, the following ID documents are valid:
If you do not have Dutch nationality, the following ID documents are valid:
Please note: A copy or photo of your ID or an expired proof of identity will not be sufficient and will not be accepted as verification of identity.
Children must also be identified with a valid proof of identity when visiting the hospital. Your child therefore needs a valid ID such as an 'ID-kaart' or a passport.
Unlike with general compulsory identification (algemene identificatieplicht), there is no age limit in healthcare. Compulsory identification applies from birth.
Is it your first visit to OLVG? Then we request that you register before your appointment at the registration desk in the central hall of the location where your appointment will take place.
Bear in mind that registration takes extra time, so please arrive at the hospital at least 15 minutes before your appointment. This will give us enough time to take down your personal details and to take a photo for your medical records.
What should you take to the hospital for your registration and identification?
For more tips, read the following OLVG leaflet: 'This is how you can help to ensure proper and safe treatment'
Your appointment can go ahead even if you do not have valid ID with you. You will then be called upon to return later that same week, or within 2 weeks at the latest, to fully register with OLVG with your valid proof of identity.
Should your registration remain incomplete, we will not be able to share your details with your GP or health insurer. This will mean that the invoice for the hospital costs incurred will be sent to you directly.
If you (on a permanent basis) cannot or do not want to identify yourself, you will only be treated if you pay the cost of treatment in advance. You will always be treated if there is a medical necessity.
If you are on the electronic patient file with a recent photo and registered Dutch Social Security Number (BSN), you will not have to show your ID again the next time you visit. We will, however, check your identity based on your photo and a number of questions that we will ask you (verification).
In instances of doubt, you will need to confirm your identity again with valid ID. If your ID is no longer valid or your ID photo is more than 5 years old, we will register a new proof of identity. We therefore advise you to always bring your ID to the hospital with you.
We will check the validity of your ID and other details when you visit. Are there any changes? Have you moved or do you have a different GP now? Please let us know about this.
In case of any questions
Please contact the department where you have the appointment.