Out-of-hours medical posts

If you are able to move, come to one of the 4 out-of-hours medical posts in Brussels. A medical doctor/general practitioner will be there to receive you all weekends and bank holidays, and also in the evenings on weekdays. Some of these medical posts (Athena and CMGU) also organise consultations during weekdays if you still don’t have a personal/family doctor. 

When you come for a consultation, would you please bring along:

  • Your ID card
  • Your SIS health insurance card if you have one

    Rue de Brouchoven de Bergeyckstraat 2
    1000 Brussels
    Tel: 02/209 05 25
    Opening hours:

    During the week: 7pm – 12pm

    Weekends and bank holidays: 8am – 12pm

    Athena is also open during weekdays from 9am to 6pm.

    Public transport stops:

    Bus: Berlaimont/Botanique

    Metro: Botanique

    Car park nearby

  •  1030

    Chaussée de Haecht, 579
    1030 Schaerbeek
    Tel: 02/246.30.55
    Opening hours:

    Friday and holiday eves: 7pm - 12pm

    Weekends and bank holidays: 8am - 12pm

    During the week (from 04-sep-2017): 7pm - 12pm

    Public transport stops:

    Bus: Foyer schaerbeekois

    Tram: Hôpital Paul Brien

    Car park available 


    Boulevard du Jubilé – Jubelfeestlaan 93
    1080 Brussels
    Tel : 02/427 97 27
    Opening hours:

    During the week: 7pm – 12pm

    Weekends and bank holidays: 8am – 12pm

    Public transport stops:

    Metro: Belgica

    Bus - Tram: Belgica/Vanderstichelen





  • CMGU

    Avenue Hippocrate – Hippocrateslaan 10
    1200 Brussels
    Tel: 02/762 82 21
    Opening hours:

    During the week: 7pm – 12pm

    Weekends and bank holidays: 8am – 12pm

    CMGU is also open during weekdays from 8am to 6pm.

    Public transport stops:

    Bus: Hoff Ter Musschen/Hippocrates

    Metro: Alma

    Car park nearby


Home visits

If you are unable to move, call 02/201 22 22: we will organise for an on-call MD/GP to come to your home as soon as possible. Home visits are organised on weekdays from 7pm to 8am, and on weekends and bank holidays around the clock. The service covers all 19 communes of the Brussels-Capital Region.

When you call with the request for a home visit, you will have to give us the following information:

  • Information about your symptoms and physical abilities
  • Your address and phone number
  • Your national registration number (if you do not know where to find it, have your ID card handy)
  • The name of your personal/family doctor


After the consultation with our on-duty MD/GP, your personal/family doctor will receive a medical report. 

Officially-defined fees

All consultations are charged following the officially-defined fees (NIHDI). There are several possibilities for the payment:

  • If you are entitled to a higher reimbursement rate, the third-party payment system can be applied. Then, you only pay the amount that corresponds to your personal intervention.
  • If you possess a valid emergency medical assistance card from the CPAS/OCMW, you will not have to pay for the consultation. The invoice will directly be sent to your public social welfare centre.
  • If you are registered within a Medical House, you will have to pay for the consultation entirely. However, you will be able to be reimbursed by your Medical House upon presentation of the treatment certificate.
  • If you are not insured through the Belgian social security system, you will have to pay for the total amount of the consultation but we will give you a document that will allow you to be reimbursed by the social security system of your home country.
How to find a personal/family doctor

Are you looking for a personal/family doctor in your neighbourhood? Consult the FAMGB website to find contact details of all MD/GPs in Brussels.