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If you have accessed your GP's personal website, please go to point 2 below.

If you have accessed the website of a hospital department, a group practice or clinic comprising several people, please go to point 3 below.
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2- Site map:

The site structure is as follows:

- Home page

  • At the top right of this page you will find your doctor's surname, first name and his/her specialty. You will also find his/her CV, official health authority registration number and an ID photograph.
  • In the middle of the page, you will find your doctor's consultation calendar. A text caption linked to the calendar will indicate, if applicable, the type of consultation (walk-in, with appointment, home visit) and the place of consultation. Above the calendar you may find a message stating your doctor is on leave and the duration of his/her leave.
  • Below the consultation calendar, you may find a "Focus on..." area if documents have been made available online. To access the full content of these documents, click the title, the corresponding pictogram or the "Read more" link.
  • On the right-hand side of the page, you will find the place(s) in which your doctor practices. You will also find a map showing directions to the place(s) where he/she works. To view it, click "View access map".
  • Below the place(s) in which your doctor works, which will always be on the right-hand side of the home page, you will find an "On-call and emergency doctor" section. To open it, click the link. If applicable, you may find other information notes published by your doctor (these notes are on every page of the website).

- Headings

If the site contains documents, these are classified under headings and sub-headings. They can be accessed from the home page.

  • If you click a heading (for example, "My medical guide", "My prevention guide", "My practical advice" or "My administrative guide"), you will have access to a list of sub-headings and their corresponding documents. If these documents are spread over several pages, these will be indicated by the numbers at the bottom of each page. To access the documents on the following pages, click the corresponding number.
  • If you would like to access a sub-heading directly, place the mouse pointer (arrow) over a heading; a list of sub-headings is then displayed. Then click the sub-heading you are interested in. You will then access a list of the documents currently available in that sub-heading. To access the full content of these documents, click the title, the corresponding pictogram or the "Read more" link.

- All the pages on the website

  • In the upper part of every page on the website, you have access to a printer icon; you can print the page in question by clicking this icon.  Next to this icon, you are given the opportunity to adjust the font size displayed by clicking either –A to reduce the font size or A+ to increase the font size.
  • At the bottom of each page, you have direct access to the site's home page and the various headings (if applicable). In addition, at the bottom of each page, you will always have the opportunity to report abuse, access the site map or view the legal notice or the help function, by clicking the corresponding links.
  • You can perform a search on the website: to do this, enter the key word(s) in the search box at the top right of each page in the website, then click OK. The document(s) containing the search word(s) will then be displayed. To access the full content of these documents, click the title, the corresponding pictogram or the "Read more" link.

3- Site content for a hospital department, a group practice or a clinic etc.

The site structure is as follows:

- Home page

  • At the top right of this page you will find the medical group's name and their main medical specialty. You may also find additional information on this medical group.
  • In the middle of the page, you will find a presentation of the medical group and a list of the various members of the medical group, together with their name/surname and position.  If you click a member's name, you will be re-directed to a page describing their activities; if the member offers consultations, you will be able to view his/her calendar.
  • Below the list of the members of the medical group, you may find a "Focus on..." area if the documents are available online. To access the full content of these documents, click the title, the corresponding pictogram or the "Read more" link.
  • On the right-hand side of the page, you will find the place in which the medical group practices. You may also find a map showing directions to the place where they work. To view it, click "View access map".
  • Below the place in which your doctor practices, which will always be on the right-hand side of the home page, you will find an "On-call and emergency doctor" section. To open it, click the link. If applicable, you may find other information notes published by your doctor (these notes are on every page of the website).

- Headings

If the site contains documents, these are classified under headings and sub-headings. They can be accessed from the home page.

  • If you click a heading (for example, "Our medical guide", "Our prevention guide", "Our practical advice" or "Our administrative guide"), you will have access to a list of sub-headings and their corresponding documents. If these documents are spread over several pages, these will be indicated by the numbers at the bottom of each page. To access the documents on the following pages, click the corresponding number.
  • If you would like to access a sub-heading directly, place the mouse pointer (arrow) over a section; a list of sub-headings is then displayed. Then click the sub-heading you are interested in. You will then access a list of the documents currently available in that sub-heading. To access the full content of these documents, click the title, the corresponding pictogram or the "Read more" link.

- All the pages on the website

  • In the upper part of every page on the website, you have access to a printer icon; you can print the page in question by clicking on this icon.  Next to this icon, you are given the opportunity to adjust the font size displayed by clicking either –A to reduce the font size or A+ to increase the font size.
  • At the bottom of each page, you have direct access to the site's home page and the various sections (if applicable). In addition, at the bottom of each page, you will always have the opportunity to report abuse, access the site map or view the legal notice or the help function, by clicking the corresponding links.
  • You can perform a search on the website: to do this, enter the key word(s) in the search box at the top right of each page in the website, then click OK. The document(s) containing the search word(s) will then be displayed. To access the full content of these documents, click the title, the corresponding pictogram or the "Read more" link.

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