Electrophysiology studies the heart's electrical activity. Electrophysiological techniques are used to establish a diagnosis but also as a treatment, for example in the case of heart arrhythmias.
You can visit the consulting doctors after making an appointment
+32 (0)2 477 60 09
Where should you register?
The entrance of the Centre for Cardiovascular Diseases is situated near the hospital's main entrance (zone A/white zone).
The centre itself is situated in the Louis Tielemans Pavilion in zone B/green zone (level +1).
Whenentering the hospital through the main entrance immediately take a leftand walk through the glass passageway. Turn left at the end of thepassage and take the elevator to level +1. When exiting the elevator youwill see the registration and appointment desk straight ahead.
What should you bring?
- Patient's ID card
- Patient's health insurance (SIS) card
- A referral from your GP or specialist, if any
- Results of previous examinations or other medical documents
- Insurance data if your examination is scheduled in the context of a medical assessment
- List of medications you are taking
- Approval certificate for medication from your health insurance fund
- Dietary or nutritional plan.
- Patients will have to pay a supplementary fee for consultations outside the doctor's regular consultation times. Please enquire about this when making an appointment.
- The examinations that take place in the context of a preventive sports medicine research at the request of a third party (sport club, bond or other institution), are excluded from the health insurance and be fully charged to the patient.
- Please inform us at least 24 hours in advance if you are unable to attend your scheduled consultation or examination. You can do this by calling + 32 2 477 60 09 or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. An administrative fee of € 15 may be charged if you fail to turn up for an appointment or an examination.