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Contact information

St-Elisabeth site - Uccle
02-614 20 00
St-Michel site - Etterbeek
02-614 30 00
Bella Vita Medical Center
02-614 42 00

Nuclear medicine

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Location

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Exceptional procedure for the deposit and recovery of personal effects of hospitalized patients

Following the restriction of visits to hospitalised patients, a specific procedure has been put in place to deposit personal belongings that are essential to a relative.

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Rules concerning accompanying persons during a medical appointment

We ask our patients to come with a maximum of one person when they come for consultation and only in case of necessity.

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World Prematurity Day

Today is World Prematurity Day.

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International Radiology Day

On this special day, we would like to thank all of our radiology staff at both sites. Professional, committed and courageous employees. Thank you for your good work!

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Vaccination open for all

Any person (from 12 years old*) can reserve a slot by telephone for a first or second dose.

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Press coverage

LN24 - Faut-il bannir les écouteurs de notre quotidien ? - Interview Dr P. Chouvel, ORL.

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World Occupational Therapy Day

At the Europe Hospitals, the interventions of occupational therapists are diversified and their actions are for many conditions an important help in the rehabilitation process.

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VinylPlus® Med Accelerates Sustainability in Belgian Healthcare

VinylPlus® Med officially launches its pilot medical PVC recycling scheme in Belgium in collaboration with the Europe Hospitals.

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Project #choisislessoins #kiesvoordezorg

The Europe Hospitals are partners in FeBi's #choisislessoins #kiesvoordezorg project, which offers interested and motivated people the opportunity to start a career in the health sector.

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Rules concerning visits

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About the nuclear medicine unit

Nuclear medicine is an advanced technology that examines the function of the organs in order to detect diseases. The information obtained is different but complementary to that provided by radiological investigations (medical imaging). This specialty is very useful in the domains of cancer, cardiology, orthopedics, urology or pneumology.

These studies can be performed on patients of all ages: from the newborn to the very elderly. These techniques may be carried out in conjunction with functional tests of the organs. If have any questions concerning the series of tests which you are undergoing, do not hesitate to ask.

Equipment

The Department  has 3 gamma cameras including one hybrid SPECT CT-camera, 2 densitometers and a positron emission tomography (PET scan).