What do you need to bring for your consultation?

Always bring your eID and contact details of a close relative and your GP. Read what you have to bring to ensure that your consultation runs smoothly and what you should do in the event of a work-related accident.

Bring the following documents and info for your consultation or examination:

  • Electronic identity card or other valid proof of identity.

A valid proof of identity is required by law, also for children under 12.

Valid proof of identity are eID, electronic foreigner card, ISI+, Kids-ID, certificate of loss or theft of Belgian eID, certificate of socially insured person (pending ISI+ card), international passport.

  • Telephone number or mobile phone number
  • Name and address of your general practitioner
  • Name and address of the specialist who referred you for this examination


  • Referral letter from your GP and/or treating doctor/specialist
  • Results of a blood test if this was requested on your appointment letter
  • Radiographs, results of previous examinations or other medical documents
  • All medication, with and without a prescription, that you take at home. Draw up a list for this.
  • A payment commitment from a Public Centre for Social Welfare (OCMW/CPAS) or other agency.

Occupational accident

In case of an occupational accident, please also bring the following information:

  • Name and address of your employer
  • Name and address of your employer's  insurance company
  • Policy number
  • Date of the occupational accident

We will then send the invoice to your employer's insurance provider.

Costs not covered by occupational accident insurance can still be presented to your hospitalisation insurance can still be presented to your hospitalisation insurance.

Last edit: 12 July 2024