For specific questions about the situation in the Princess Máxima Center, parents can contact the special corona phonenumber: (088) 972 5123.
We always comply with the key precautions:
1. Wear a non-medical face mask in public areas
2. Have a cold? Stay at home, get tested
3. Keep 1.5 meters apart
4. Wash your hands regularly and carefully
5. Sneeze or cough in your elbow
6. Visiting? Go directly to the parent-child room or meet outside
7. Follow your (walking) instructions in the building
8. Do not stand still in the corridors, continue walking
9. Waiting for the outpatient clinic? Go to another waiting area with your telephone or buzzer
If your child is now under treatment, the appointment will take place, subject to the above measures. If your child has a cold, please contact the doctor’s assistant at the outpatient clinic (088) 9725123. Brothers and sisters younger than twelve years old are welcome at the clinic. To avoid crowding in the outpatient clinic, we ask you to wait elsewhere in the building or outside, keeping your telephone or buzzer at hand. You will be notified when your appointment is about to start.
Face masks for children, parents/carers and visitors
We ask all our visitors of 13 years and older to wear a non-medical face mask in public areas from Wednesday October 7th. Visitors bring their own face mask, the Máxima provides a mask if someone has forgotten it. By public spaces we mean: the parking garage, central hall, corridors, waiting rooms and the restaurant. A face mask is not necessary in the ‘OKE’, the poly-speaking rooms, the treatment rooms and when you sit down in the restaurant.
Who is allowed to visit when a child has been admitted to the Máxima Center?
- Two parents or visitors per child are allowed to come (with them) on one day.
- Siblings under the age of 12 are always allowed to visit.
Family members/visitors come and go directly to and from the parent-child room. Do not walk around the building unnecessarily.
My child has an appointment at the outpatient clinic, are siblings allowed?
Two parents/carers are welcome at the outpatient clinic. Because of the stricter coronary measures also in early 2021, the urgent request is not to bring siblings to the outpatient clinic. You can reserve a spot at the play center for the brothers and sisters by sending an email at least 24 hours before your appointment to: email@example.com. You will then receive an email with confirmation.
My child gets a day treatment, can brothers and sisters come with me?
Two parents/carers are welcome at the day treatment. Because of the stricter corona-measures, also in the beginning of 2021 the urgent request is not to bring siblings to the day treatment. You can reserve a spot at the play center at least 24 hours before your appointment, by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will then receive an email with confirmation.
In practice, it happens that children (and/or their parents) who come for an outpatient appointment or day care treatment have mild symptoms themselves. As a parent you can call to discuss this situation. We assume that most treatments will (have to) continue as normal. If an appointment or examination can easily be rescheduled, the primary practitioner may consider a postponement. And radiological imaging is in principle not postponed. Children with mild complaints who are unexpectedly in the Máxima Center, get a mask and are escorted directly to the doctor’s office or consultation room and then out of the hospital. Is hospitalization required, than the child will be nursed in isolation.
School and OGZ activities
The classrooms are closed. The educational facility continues (before and after the Christmas vacations) online as much as possible.
Online lessons in the Máxima Center
There is no class time yet in the Máxima Center. The teachers teach online or go to the children in the parent-child room. This applies to both primary and secondary school children. If you have any questions you can always contact the teachers via email@example.com.
Keep 1.5 meters apart
Wash your hands regularly and carefully, use tissues, cough or sneeze in your elbow, do not shake hands. We cannot say it often enough! These measures are and will remain essential to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). These measures include the most important measure of social distancing: keep 1.5 meters away from each other. During a consultation or an appointment, keep an appropriate distance from each other in the Princess Máxima Center and outside. Keep reminding each other!
The restaurant’s service counter is open to parents and children from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. There is also food and drink to take away (Grab & Go) available. Only parents, children and healthcare professional can use the restaurant, where there are fewer tables and chairs because of the 1.5-meter measure. The espresso bar is open Monday to Friday from 7.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Grab & Go is also sold there.
The espresso bar is also open, except on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. On New Year's Day, the espresso bar closes earlier, at 3 pm. On Christmas Day, children and parents will receive an extensive Christmas breakfast and a lunch dish.
Activities and events at the Máxima
The activities of developmental care (OGZ) for children who have been admitted to the Máxima Center also continue online as much as possible. Certain activities, such as Muziekids, sports and exercise activities will go on. Make-a-Wish remains possible by appointment. In the coming weeks there will be no volunteers present for play and craft activities in the (outpatient) clinic. The daycare center for siblings is open upon advance registration.
Appointments at the LATER clinic
The LATER outpatient clinic of the Princess Máxima Center is open for all appointments. The outpatient clinic will contact you for a new appointment because there are catch-up appointments.
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here for the answers to frequently asked questions.
Availability of VOKK
For information and support, the VOKK desk in the hall of the Máxima has been opened. Especially now a support worker can help if you need it. The desk is open on weekdays and weekends during regular opening hours. Of course the VOKK can be reached by telephone at 030-2422944 or by email.
Through our website we will inform you about the situation and our working method. At www.RIVM.nl you can read about the current situation concerning corona and the measures we have taken. Here you can read the answers to frequently asked questions.