Visiting the Pellenberg campus

General visiting arrangements

  • A maximum of 3 visitors at the same time
  • Visits are possible every day at set times
    • Weekdays: from 16:00 to 20:00 
    • Weekends: from 14:00 to 20:00
  • Please limit your visits to a maximum of 2 hours
  • In a double room, both patients can receive visitors at the same time.

Weekend visits

  • Visits can also take place outside on weekends, with no limit on the number of visitors per patient.
  • Outdoor visits are allowed on Saturday and Sunday between 14:00 and 20:00. 
  • As a visitor, are you staying inside with the patient? Then we ask you not to sit with other visitors in a corridor or waiting room, but to stay in your room. 

You do not need to wear a face mask

Unless you are:

  • showing symptoms of a cold
  • particularly susceptible to infections
  • visiting a patient who is particularly susceptible to infections

Important points of attention

  • Do not visit if you are ill.
  • Disinfect and wash your hands regularly.
  • Leave the window in the room ajar for ventilation.
  • For patients who are at particular risk of infection, we also recommend that children under 12 years old wear a face mask during the visit, regardless of age.
  • You do not need to register at reception in the big reception hall. You can go to the ward directly. If you do not know the way to the ward, you can ask reception for directions.
  • Disinfect your hands again when entering and leaving the ward.
  • Visits always take place in the patient's room and not in other areas of the ward or the hospital.
  • Please remember that the patient is vulnerable so keep the necessary distance.
  • Do not leave the room during your visit.
  • Leave for home immediately after your visit.

Small gifts

You are allowed to bring a small gift.

  • Flowers and plants are allowed, except on some wards where stricter rules apply due to specific disorders. Please inform yourself in advance.
  • Do not bring any perishable food. Food for patients with special dietary requirements (e.g. kosher and halal) is allowed.
Last edit: 17 January 2024