Admission with overnight stay

Admission with overnight stay

What do you need to know when being admitted to UZA? What should you bring with you? Find answers to all your questions below.

COVID-19 Screening

Patients staying for at least one night in any of the following departments will be screened for COVID-19 upon admission:

  • D0 (oncology)
  • D2 (hematology)
  • Intensive care (INZO)

The screening will be conducted upon admission at UZA, so you don't need to take any action by yourself.

Important information about your admission

To make your stay as pleasant as possible, we provide you with plenty of practical information. If you have any questions, feel free to ask our doctors, nurses, or staff at the admissions department or patient guidance service.

  • If you are being admitted and staying in the hospital for one or more nights, first check in at the reception desk in the main entrance hall. Please inform us in advance if you are unable to come! Learn more about the registration process.
  • Don't forget to bring the name and address of your general practitioner for your administrative file.
  • Always bring your ID card (eID), KidsID, or ISI+ card to UZA. This is important because it is the only way for us to apply the third-party payer system. With this system, you only pay your portion of the healthcare costs (co-payment), while other expenses are directly covered by your health insurance. If you do not have your eID, KidsID, or ISI+ card with you from 01/01/2024 onwards, you will always have to pay a deposit for medical services. Without scanning your eID, ISI+ card, or KidsID, the regulations no longer allow the third-party payer system.
  • If you wish to receive visitors during your stay, please review all visitor information here.
  • During your stay, we provide you with the best possible care and attention. 
Laatst aangepast: 26 september 2023