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English speaking doctor for expat in brussels
Can anyone recommend me a good, English-speaking doctor? I don't yet have a mutuelle and am a little confused by how the system works...
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Answer @ 7/12/2017 4:59:36 AM by LokmanDikmen
No, they wont, many dont speaj English. Go to english doctors at Charlemagne, e.g. Dr. Stockley. You have to pay the bill, irs about 40 euros. If you have insurance at home, you can try to ask for reimbursement. Good luck.
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    I've been living in Brussels for 20 years and while the fact that I'm more than fluent in French makes the point moot you must have been very unlucky if you state that many don't speak English. I have yet to encounter one who doesn't. Annabelle's location is essential to be able to give accurate information though. Charlemagne is central but it may not be convenient to all
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Answer @ 7/13/2017 8:59:36 AM by TrainDodger
The system is that you pay the whole amount to the doctor and then you claim reimbursement from your insurance company. As you don’t have one, maybe you can claim it from your local one. Considering an English speaking General Practitioner, I don’t know where you live but I can recommend Dr. Georges Pageais in Woluwe Saint Lambert.
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    I would recommend the same doctor Georges Pageais. He speaks fluently English, and is very kind and professional.

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