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St-Elisabeth site - Uccle
02-614 20 00
St-Michel site - Etterbeek
02-614 30 00
Bella Vita Medical Center
02-614 42 00

Pediatrics

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Reminder of the rules concerning accompanying persons during a medical appointment

We ask all our patients to come to their medical appointments alone.

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Video-consultations

Although physical consultations have restarted, the Europe Hospitals also continue to provide appointments by video-consultation.

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Our Diversity Plan

Diversity, in all its dimensions, is a fundamental value at the Europe Hospitals. 

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Dr De Galan

Dr De Galan has joined the St-Michel site of the Europe Hospitals. He is now part of the Gynecology department.

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VISITS FORBIDDEN

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Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19

Dear patients, the Europe Hospitals receive many questions related to your queries about the Coronavirus COVID-19. We have collected the most frequently asked questions.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2021

2020 was a " SPECIAL " year... We wish you a " GREAT " year 2021 with happiness, beautiful projects and above all excellent health! 

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Merry Christmas

Europe Hospitals wishes you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2021 !

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Dr Maarten Brusseleers

Doctor Maarten Brusseleers has joined the St-Elisabeth and the St-Michel site of the Europe Hospitals. He is now part of the anaesthesiology department.

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Welcome to the Paediatric Unit!

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Your child has just been admitted to the paediatric unit of the Europe Hospitals.

Hospitalisation in the paediatric unit takes place only at the St Elisabeth site. A shuttle service can be requested from the St Michel site.

We are grateful for your trust and are happy to welcome you to our unit.

The hospital setting has little in common with the world children are used to, and can therefore be unsettling and worrying, both for you and for your child.

The purpose of this internet page is to introduce our team and to explain how it operates, which is as important as getting to know your child. Your active collaboration is necessary so that we can ensure the wellbeing of your child as quickly as possible. Do not hesitate to put any question you may have to our staff.

We hope that the welcome and healthcare we provide will meet your expectations and be as pleasant as possible.

PRESENTATION OF THE UNIT

Our unit welcomes new-born babies to teenagers aged 15.

We welcome many children who have to undergo a hospital stay to receive widely different treatments, such as medical monitoring, intravenous medication, post-operation care, etc. In addition to these hospitalisations, we also welcome many children who are hospitalised for just one day for surgical procedures (ENT surgery, orthopaedics or dental treatments...). 

The unit includes 15 beds in several rooms, the nurses’ facilities, the treatment room, a laundry room, a milk bottle room, a playroom, bathrooms for visitors and the “Bambi” unit.

Bambi Service

The Bambi service provides children aged 0 to 15 years with ambulatory nursing care such as blood tests, or any other sampling (except Covid-19 screening, suspicious Covid-19 cases must go through the Covid-19 circuit), suture removal, wound care or skin allergy tests.

Appointments

All care is by appointment by calling 02-614 28 66 (St-Elisabeth site) or 02-614 37 53 (St-Michel site).

On the day of your appointment, please register before going up to the 1st floor. Each child will be accompanied by only one adult.

Opening Hours

St-Elisabeth site: The service is open from 9am to 5pm Monday - Wednesday and Friday from 5/15 to 9/15. Outside of this period, it is open from Monday to Friday.

St-Michel site: The service is open Monday - Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 5pm. The last patient will be admitted at 4:30 pm.

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Source: Pediatrics Unit - Last update: 19/06/2020