Welcome to Huisartsen Ganzenhoef

See below for information about Covid-19.

Huisartsen Ganzenhoef exists since 2015 and is situated opposite Ganzenpoort shopping center. The following doctors are working at Huisartsen Ganzenhoef: Maurice Bom, Marc van der Pas and Addy van der Woude (photo). We are enthusiastic GP’s who want to deliver GP care to the residents of the Bijlmer in a modern and personal way. Together we have years of experience as general practitioner in Amsterdam Zuidoost.

We are currently open for new registrations. Due to the distance to the practice, we only accept patients from the postal code area 1102, 1103, 1104, Diemen Holland Park and Diemen Sniep. We are currently no longer accepting patients who already have a GP in this postal code area. You can register by filling in the registration form online by clicking on the ‘register as patient’ icon, or by collecting a paper registration form from the practice.

We offer the opportunity to arrange a lot of your healthcare online with us. Look for “About the app” in the menu bar. Of course, this connection is fully protected. When asked, our assistant is happy to answer you.


It is no longer necessary to make a vaccination appointment with the GGD. People who want to be vaccinated can visit one of the fixed and mobile locations without an appointment, see for the most current information: https://www.ggd.amsterdam.nl/nieuwsoverzicht/prikken-afspraak-amsterdam/
On this website you will find the opening hours of the fixed locations such as RAI and Amstelveen and the planning of the mobile teams and units. Undocumented migrants (without BSN) can also get a vaccination at all these locations.
The AFAS Live has been closed as a vaccination location.
Anton de Komplein is the new location in Amsterdam Southeast. Combination Pavilion Testing and Vaccination: open from Monday to Sunday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM for vaccinations and from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM for testing.
Latest information about testlocations you can find here: https://www.ggd.amsterdam.nl/coronavirus/testen-op-corona/testlocaties-amsterdam/

Now that many people are (almost) fully vaccinated and everyone in the Netherlands from the age of 12 has received an invitation for vaccination, the number of vaccinations administered will decrease. The vaccination operation has thus entered a new phase: from mass to customization in order to achieve the most evenly distributed national vaccination coverage. The number of permanent GGD vaccination locations will therefore be reduced and opening hours will be adjusted. In addition, the GGD works together with local organizations to reach groups that are difficult to reach and to lower the threshold for obtaining a vaccination. As part of this, from August 13, 2021, the website vaccination without appointment went live. On it you can see where you can go at any time at a free walk-in location for a vaccination.

For information about vaccination against Cvoid-19 (SarsCoV2) you can call the RIVM on the national information number 0800-1351.
More information about vaccination against Covid-19 (SarsCoV2) can be found at Ik krijg een prik tegen corona, coronavaccinatie.nl, coronavaccinatie.nl/AstraZeneca, RIVM Q&A about the corona vaccin and also this film, this film and this film.

Your GP is also available during the corona crisis for questions or complaints about which you are concerned. You can contact our practice by telephone and the internet, preferably via the e-consultation via the portal. It is not possible to come directly to the practice.
The doctor’s assistant and/or the GP will then work with you to determine what is the best course of action in your situation.
We have special moments when we see people with respiratory complaints and/or fever where we use the necessary personal protective equipment.

We ask everyone to wear a mouth cap in the practice. We only require a mouth cap in case of respiratory complaints. This applies to everyone from 12 years and older. In case of suspicion of covid-19, we also ask children to wear a mouth cap.

Due to the one and a half meter distance measure, we now have NO walk-in consultation hour. Making appointments online is possible again.

Do you have a fever (temperature above 38 degrees) and a cough and/or shortness of breath? Then DO NOT come to the practice but call us! We can then estimate whether there is a risk of the new corona virus.

From 1 June, anyone with mild complaints that may indicate the coronavirus can call 0800-1202 to make an appointment for a test at the GGD. The number is free and available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. It is also possible to request a test online from the GGD at rijksoverheid.nl/corontest.

For general information about the new corona virus there’s a national information number: 0800-1351 or when you’re abroad: +31-20-2051351
You can also find information online on:
rivm.nl, GPinfo.nl, rijksoverheid.nl, pharos.nl, corona in begrijpelijke taal or rijksoverheid.nl
When you will or are traveling:
lcr.nl or nederlandwereldwijd.nl

Contact information

Huisartsen Ganzenhoef
Bijlmerdreef 1071
1103 TT Amsterdam Zuidoost

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Opening hours & Consultation

  • Consultation:Monday to Friday 8:00 – 17:00
  • Evening consultation:Monday 17:00 - 21:00
  • Walk in consultation:Temporarily NO walk in consultation

In emergencies outside office hours (between 17:00 in the evening till 8:00 o’clock in the morning as well as in weekends and during public holidays), you can always contact Huisartsenposten Amsterdam at 088 – 0030 600, www.huisartsenpostenamsterdam.nl.

Latest news

Absence doctor Bom

Doctor Bom will be absent from Friday 27 August to Friday 17 September. Max Roije, freelance GP, will replace Dr. Bom in his absence.