Need urgent medical care during week nights, weekends, public holidays and long weekends?

  • Dial 1733 (standard local rate).
    Do you have an international telecom provider? Please call +32 2 524 98 89 instead of 1733.
  • An operator will ask you some questions to assess the severity and urgency of your situation.
  • For deaf and hearing impaired persons and for persons with a speech impediment:
    You can now also contact the emergency centre by means of the app 112 BE and the SMS service. More info?
  • Make sure to bring the following when you are directed to the out-of-hours medical center:
    • eID/Kids-ID
    • electronic means of payment
    • a mask is no longer compulsory. However, we do ask you to put on a mouth mask if you have symptoms of a cold.
    • More practical info?
  • Home visit?
    • Were you assigned a home visit by 1733, but you went to the emergency service?
      Call 1733 again to cancel the home visit, if not you will receive an invoice.

Weekends and public holidays


Dial 1733

An operator will ask you questions that will indicate where you can be helped best


Mon - Tue - Wed - Thu - Fri
from 6 PM till 8 AM

Dial 1733

An operator will ask you questions that will indicate where you can be helped best


Mon - Tue - Wed - Thu - Fri
from 8 AM

Consult your personal GP

Find a GP near you

Please read this before calling

Please use 1733 only if you are sick yourself or you are calling for someone else who is sick.

  • Choose your language: press 4 for English
  • Enter your postal code followed by a hashtag (#)
  • The operator will ask you questions to determine where you can best be helped. More info... 


  • NO COVID TESTS in the out-of-hours medical center unless deemed medically necessary by the physician on call
  • Need a test, an activation code or your test result? You can find all info on info-coronavirus.be
  • Do you have mild symptoms? Stay home and complete the online questionnaire. If it turns out that you are best tested, you will receive a test code which you can use this to make an appointment.
  • For all questions about COVID vaccination, go to integratie-inburgering.be
  • For questions about coronavirus measures in Belgium, go to info-coronavirus.be or call 0800-14.689.

Directed to the out-of-hours medical center?

Folder medical center

What to bring?

  • Your Electronic Identity Card (eID) - Kids-ID (or national registry number if your child does not have a Kids-ID). If we can check your insurability on the basis of your eID / kids-IDall you have to pay is your personal share.
  • Your anamnesis and a list of the drugs you are now taking.
  • Attestations and insurance documents in case of an accident.
  • Only electronic payment (no cash): The official rates will be applied. More info?

Also have these documents ready when the doctor comes for a home visit!

Patients registered in a community healthcare centre:

  • need to inform the doctor on call or the reception to which community health centre they belong.
  • then they pay only their personal share at the reception.
  • The rest of the fee is invoiced to their local healthcare centre.

What can you contact us for?

All medical problems that require urgent care and therefore cannot wait until the ofiice hours of your personal GP.

Some examples

  • child with high fever
  • sudden illness
  • allergic reactions
  • cuts, stitches
  • suspicion of fraction or dislocation
  • . . .

Why can't you come to us?

  • for medical questions that can wait until the next business day
  • sport certificates, prescriptions for physiotherapy or dietary requirements
  • renewal of prescriptions for routine medication
  • extending a certificate for work incapacity
  • vaccinations

There are no narcotics present