Welcome to Quin Dokters Amsterdam

Welcome to Quin Dokters Amsterdam

Welcome to Quin Dokters Amsterdam

Face-to-face and digital GP care, with enough time to give personal attention to every patient.

Quin Dokters Amsterdam focuses on you as the patient.

We combine the warmth of human healthcare with smart digital solutions. That way, we can offer good GP care with enough time to give personal attention to every patient.

Welcome to Quin Dokters Amsterdam

Contact with the practice 

Good patientcare is very important to us. Unfortunately, the transition into Quin Dokters has seen a number of setbacks, which sometimes makes it difficult to reach the practice by phone. We are really sorry about this and we would like to thank you for your patience. 

We do everything we can to improve the ease of getting in touch with the practice. For example, you can arrange many healthcare matters via our website, such as requesting a repeat prescription and an e-consultation, viewing your medical file and scheduling a telephone consultation. Our digital functions will be further expanded at the end of May. We will inform you as soon as new functions are available. 

Behind the scenes, we are also working hard on expanding our team and on a more efficient handling of telephone and e-mail within the practice. 

We expect to have improved the ease to reach the practice before the summer of 2021.  

Thank you again for your understanding and patience. 

Questions COVID vaccinations

May 5, 2021


Do you have questions about the coronavirus? Contact the RIVM via 0800-1351 (public information number).

This number can be reached daily from 8:00 - 20:00.  From abroad, the number can be reached by calling +31 20 205 1351.

link: https://www.rivm.nl/contact


In principle, everybody with the year of birth 1960 and older has already been summoned by the GGD.  


The next group to be called for a corona vaccination, starting May 6th, is the flu-vaccine group with a birth year between 1961-2003. The invitation letter comes from the RIVM and the vaccination will be given at one of the GGD locations. About the phasing, the RIVM says: "Invitations are made per GP practice, so all people per GP practice are invited at once. No selection is made on the basis of age. After the start, everyone is invited within 2 to 3 weeks".


As a general practice, we have no influence on the national planning of the vaccinations. We ask you to wait for your invitation for a vaccination. To help you find the right information, we have listed some frequently asked questions and answers below with links to websites with information.



Frequently asked questions about Corona vaccination


Why should I choose to be vaccinated? And is vaccination mandatory?

‘Vaccination against the Corona virus is not compulsory. But if everyone gets vaccinated, the corona virus will no longer be able to spread. A vaccination protects not only yourself, but also the people around you’.

Source: Dutch government


When will I be vaccinated?

‘Do you want to know when you can be vaccinated against the coronavirus? On this website you can see when it is your turn’.

Source: Dutch government


Do I have a choice in the vaccine I get? 

‘You can't choose a particular vaccine. Based on (international) advice, the government decides if and which vaccines are suitable for a certain target group’.

Source: Dutch government


I have been vaccinated against Covid-19. When will I be protected?

‘Most people get 2 vaccinations for a good protection. You are 1 week (with the Pfizer vaccine) to 2 weeks (with the Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines) after the second shot well protected against the coronavirus. Sometimes, one vaccination is enough. That is if you receive the Janssen vaccine. Or when you have had COVID-19 in the past 6 months. In that case, you are also well protected against the coronavirus two weeks after the shot’.

Source: RIVM


How do I receive an invitation for corona vaccination?

When it is your turn for the corona injection, you will receive an invitation by mail’.

Source: Dutch government


What do GPs do with any vaccines that are left over?

‘GPs order carefully and only for people who are due for their vaccinations. You can't apply for vaccines that are left over’.

Source: Dutch government


We have a new name!

From now on, your trusted team at HAPK is working under a new name, Quin Dokters Amsterdam. On our new website, you can find all the information from the old website and more. The new logo is now also visible in the practices and we hope to have the Quin platform in English soon.

If there’s something missing or something you can’t find, please get in touch.

Shortcut to

Make an appointment
Request a repeat prescription online
Medical file and investigation results
Register with us
Contact details and opening hours

Questions about the Quin app?

Do you need help installing and logging into the Quin app?

Take a look at the most frequently asked questions in the FAQ section or send an email to support@quin.md.

News & updates

19 April 2021
COVID vaccinations

General information regarding the COVID vaccinations.

13 April 2021
COVID vaccinations April 17 (Westerkerk)

Information regarding the COVID vaccinations of Saturday April 17 in the Westerkerk.

19 March 2021
New website live

Our new website is now live!