Thank you for considering applying for our specialized rehabilitation care! Below, you will find everything you need to know for the first steps of enrolment. In order to register for a rehabilitation programme, there are several things you need to take into account. We list them below.
Make an appointment
Interested in learning more about the specialized programme? Then we would like to invite you to make the first appointment with our rehabilitation doctor or a therapist. You can contact the reception desk via the contact form below or via the following telephone number(+34 ) 96 649 54 48. If you need to cancel an appointment, please contact our reception desk at least 24 hours in advance.
Monday to Friday from 09.00 to 19.00 hrs.
Saturday from 10.00 to 13.00 hrs.
Telephone: (+34) 966 495 448
To be eligible for a rehabilitation programme, it is essential for you to obtain a referral from a rehabilitation doctor. This can be written by a rehabilitation doctor in your area or by our own rehabilitation doctor. However, before you can come to the rehabilitation specialist, you need a referral from the general practitioner or specialist for the rehabilitation doctor.
If you want to come to MedifitReha, please contact us as soon as possible. We will then arrange everything (application, transport, admission, etc.) for you as quickly as possible.
According to the Dutch and European legislation, your health insurer is obliged to reimburse the costs of clinical and outpatient rehabilitation treatment under the basic insurance. However, this requires an indication from a rehabilitation doctor. We work in collaboration with all Dutch health insurers. MedifitReha’s services department takes care of the administrative processing and provides you with information on, for example, application procedures, regulations, and reimbursements.
During your treatment, we record your administrative and medical data in a (medical) dossier. We also record your details in a patient registration system and in the financial administration. Only those staff members who are involved in your treatment are allowed to view your details. They have a duty of confidentiality towards others.