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Ghent University Hospital, Ghent, Belgium
Ghent University Hospital is one of the largest and most specialised hospitals in Flanders. It has 1,000 beds and numerous specialised units, including cardiology, dentistry, dermatology, ENT, general surgery, neurology, obstetrics and gynaecology, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, plastic surgery and urology. The hospital treats more than 3,000 patients a day and has more than 6,000 employees.
Ghent University Hospital is also a centre for scientific research and education where doctors and specialists are trained. Researchers work in several departments on new techniques to improve diagnosis, treatment and care. All departments and operating theatres are equipped with the latest technology currently available. Their high level of expertise guarantees a high level of care, from diagnosis to treatment. The hospital offers world-class medical care for international patients;
Review for UZ Gent Cardiac Department.This year, I was diagnosed with congenital heart disease known as "Sinus Venosus ASD," abbreviated as PAPVR + ASD. Despite being asymptomatic, the diagnosis came as a shock. I embarked on a journey of understanding my condition and exploring potential treatments.Through extensive research and consultations with various surgeons, I discovered three surgical options available to me:1. Sternotomy open-heart operation.2. Thoracotomy minimal invasion.3. Transcatheter minimal invasion.Choosing the right approach was a challenging decision. I would strongly advise seeking detailed consultations with surgeons to thoroughly understand the associated risks before making a choice. In my case, I personally opted for option 1, as it seemed to offer a safer solution for my specific congenital condition.Selecting a surgeon proved to be no less complex, given that I consulted with more than 8 specialists across different countries. The key is to establish the right connection with your chosen surgeon, for me this was with Prof. Dr. Katrien Francois at UZ Gent Hospital.Now that I've been discharged from the hospital and back in the comfort of my home, I feel fantastic and healthy. Notably, I believe I have been left with the coolest and nearly invisible scar on my chest. I am truly grateful to Professor Francois and her dedicated team for providing exceptional care throughout my journey.Thank you !!!
I am a exchange student and I came here after not being able to find a single dentist available for an appointment until July.The personal was really kind, I felt conforted. I needed a reparation in a piece and they help me out and even gave me a medical report for me to deliver to my insurance company. I don't know if it's a general cost but I payed 100 euro for being an emergency. They take card (I don't know if cash as well)
Ghent University Hospital offers a full range of top health care. UZ Gent is one of the biggest hospitals in Flanders. UZ Gent also invests in scientific research and training working with the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of Ghent University. Gentenaars are proud of UZGent.
My family had several, let's call em "bad experiences" dentistry department, eventually we even filed a complaint with their complaints department.Waited patiently to get contacted as they promised.After complete silence sent multiple mails in the course of 4-5 months asking for an update, not even a simple reply from them EVER.That was 2 years ago, in that time not a single peep.Recently we made the mistake of going there again, different issue all together, but again BAD experience.I prefer to drive 2 hours up/down to go to UZ Leuven from now on, the experience there is beyond comparison even, way more professional, friendliness is amazing.Not sure about other departments though, but dentistry...
Something sketchy is happening at the secretary. I've been calling for two weeks, for a total of 6 -7 times in order to register my Italian vaccination certificate in the Belgian system (before receiving a Belgian health insurance), but the lady keeps repeating to call during a different time, be it the afternoon (if calling in the morning), next morning (if calling in the afternoon), or the next week (if calling on Friday). One day I even called both in the morning (9:10 am) and been told to call the same day at 12:30. Once I called, I have been told to call the next day. The next day I have been told to call the next week. Anybody else experiencing this?
Could be the best in whatever thing...but if you call for an appointment and you still have to wait A MONTH for a consultation to be given one's results after undergone an ecocardiography and the 24-Hour Holter Monitoring, I am sorry but it is overall even worse than any other (under)developing country health service.
I have an appointment for a covid test at 11:30. There are 2 rows 1 for people with an appointment and 1 for people without. There is no clear instructions on how to enter. The row without appointments is moving faster than the row with. There is a couple in front of me with a child, waiting for their turn and it's cold... Much respect for the nurses and everyone doing their best, but the organisation has to be better.
Why on earth would they not have registration machines and receptions in every building! Why do I have to go a building half a kilometer away and stand in a long line with obviously sick and coughing people just to register? And when I come for my kids it's always the same thing because Belgian government doesn't give foreign kids a proper ID with a chip but instead a piece of paper that looks like something I could have made.The hospital might be good but the administration is terrible. I understand they want to creative artificial unnecessary jobs but half the time those people don't even do their job properly. I have seen them gathered gossiping endlessly while there are 20-30 people in the same waiting room waiting for their turn to register. Even during pandemic it hasn't occured to these people to change something.
Très sympa et parlent néerlandais le flamand patois de Flandres occidentale et anglais et expliquent plusieurs fois si vous ne comprenez pas cet hôpital es peut-être un labyrinthe tellement c'est énorme mais pour mon opération moi je vais à Gand c'est clair et plus de spécialités pour chirurgie etc... Je recommande vivement
This is a huge hospital campus. Very nicely marked so getting around is easy. Seems very efficient but I was only here for a doctor's visit so can't really know but usually efficient is efficient. They also have ultra modern machines a step ahead of most other hospitals here. The new machines used for nurses and orderlies to get around and push beds is really something I never saw yet. Actually WOW...
What can I say...they saved my life :-). Okay, some buildings are dated and the parking is really an issue, but the competence of the staff and the love and devotion with which they help you is second to none!
J est était hospitaliser à l hôpital de gand.. Soigner par le docteur delveau très gentil et très professionnel. Et les infermiere d une disponibilité. Et toujours attentifs ai besoin des patients je conseille à tous
Nous avons fais notre parcours bébé dans cet hôpital. Le personnel a été accueillant et agréable. Ils nous ont parlé français et ont réussi à nous faire comprendre l'essentiel. Notre fille a dix mois aujourd'hui. Milles mercis car en France ce rêve était utopique.
Ghent University Hospital (Dutch: Universitair Ziekenhuis Gent; UZ Gent) is one of the largest hospitals in Belgium. It is closely linked to Ghent University, the university's rector also being the hospital's president. Both the university and the hospital are autonomous entities of the Flemish Government. The hospital has more than 1,000 beds and about 6,000 employees. The location of the hospital is also called "Campus Heymans", named after Nobel Prize winner Corneille Heymans.
Équipe ophtalmo au top : très accueillante agréable et très professionnelle...Médecins très compétents et à l'écoute.Bravo ! Cela fait vraiment du bien d'être dans cet hôpital vraiment très bien, propre et bonnes indications.Si seulement les hôpitaux français pouvaient les imiter...
il y a 11 ans je me suis opéré du dos pour éviter d'avoir une SCOLIOSE ! Maintenant, mais j'été voir mon chirurgien il y a une semaines et il m'as dit que ma scoliose et stabilise, et je suis très fier de ce Pr. DR Franck Plassachaert et je suis si fière de revoir ce docteur et son équipe médicale ! mon avis sur ce médecin je donne 9,8 / 10 et 10/10 aux infirmières et je donne l'avis sur l’hôpital 19,5/20 !
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