Family doctor-centered care
is a voluntary agreement between a GP and an insurant. The patient commits himself for the minimum duration of 1 year to consult his GP first in case of any occuring health issues. Emergencies, consultation of gynaecologists, ophtalmologists and dentists, as well as health issues occuring in geographic distance from your GP are excluded. The GP will treat the patient whenever possible and will refer the patient to a specialist or hospital where needed. This results in the GP having detailed knowledge of the patient's medical history and the running or past treatments and examinations.