Branches

KLM Health Services has branches in Amsterdam, The Hague, Schiphol-Oost and Schiphol Airport.

You can drop by within our opening times at any of our branches, without having to make a prior appointment. But if you’d prefer to make a prearranged appointment you can do so using our online appointment module.

Address

Raadhuisstraat 15 (behind the Dam) 1016 DB Amsterdam

Opening hours

Here you find an overview of opening hours during the holidays.

AmsterdamOpening hours
Monday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Tuesday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Wednesday8.30 till 20.30 hour
Thursday8.30 till 20.30 hour
Friday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Saturday8.30 till 16.30 hour
SundayClosed

More information

Do you have any questions? Please call the Travel Clinic Information Line from KLM Health Services in between office hours (8.30 till 17.00 hour) via 0900 109 109 6 (€ 1,00 per call) or check our FAQ’s.

Compulsory identification

From 1 June 2009 we have been mandatorily obliged by the government to register you by what’s known as your BSN (Citizen Service Number). You should therefore always bring valid identification with you, such as a passport, identity card, driver’s license or alien registration document. And if you have children bring their health insurance card along with you too.

Address

Departures 2 1118 ZG Schiphol

Opening hours

Here you find an overview of the opening hours during the holidays. Our First Aid is open 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.

Schiphol AirportOpening hours
Monday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Tuesday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Wednesday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Thursday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Friday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Saturday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Sunday8.30 till 16.30 hour

Pharmacy

Our Schiphol Airport branch stocks all regular prescription medication, including malaria tablets.

More information

Do you have any questions? Please call the Travel Clinic Information Line from KLM Health Services in between office hours (8.30 till 17.00 hour) via 0900 109 109 6 (€ 1,00 per call) or check our FAQ’s.

Compulsory identification

From 1 June 2009 we have been mandatorily obliged by the government to register you by what’s known as your BSN (Citizen Service Number). You should therefore always bring valid identification with you, such as a passport, identity card, driver’s license or alien registration document. And if you have children bring their health insurance card along with you too.

Address

Stationsplein N.O. 236 Gebouw 133 1117 CJ Schiphol-Oost

Opening hours

At Travel Clinic Schiphol East it’s possible to park for free. Here you find an overview of the opening hours during the holidays.

Schiphol EastOpening hours
Monday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Tuesday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Wednesday8.30 till 20.30 hour
Thursday8.30 till 20.30 hour
Friday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Saturday8.30 till 16.30 hour
SundayClosed

More information

Do you have any questions? Please call the Travel Clinic Information Line from KLM Health Services in between office hours (8.30 till 17.00 hour) via 0900 109 109 6 (€ 1,00 per call) or check our FAQ’s.

Compulsory identification

From 1 June 2009 we have been mandatorily obliged by the government to register you by what’s known as your BSN (Citizen Service Number). You should therefore always bring valid identification with you, such as a passport, identity card, driver’s license or alien registration document. And if you have children bring their health insurance card along with you too.

Route description

Public transportation

At regular times bus numbers 186, 193 and 199 depart from Schiphol Plaza railway station (at Schiphol Airport) to Schiphol-Oost. The journey time is approximately 10 minutes. You need a OV-chipkaart (public transport chipcard), which you can buy in the bus or at the train station ticket desk. For your complete travelling schedule and up-to-date departure times we refer you to www.ov9292.nl/en or telephone 0900-09292 (EUR 0,90 per minute). Outside Schiphol Plaza at the bus stops you will find digital screens with exact departure times.

By car

Coming from Den Haag/Haarlem/Amsterdam

Travelling on the A4 (from Den Haag), or the A10 (Amsterdam ring road), take the A9 to Amstelveen/Utrecht. From the A9, take exit number 6/N232/Aalsmeer. At the end of this exit, when you get to the traffic lights, turn left and keep right. Take the first right turn, then right again onto Schiphol-Oost. Turn right and after approximately 200 metres you will see building 133 on your right-hand side (with the glass atrium).

Coming from Utrecht/Amersfoort/Amstelveen

Travelling on the A1 or the A2, take the A9 to Schiphol. Then take exit number 6 (Aalsmeer). Take the first right at the roundabout and go straight on at the traffic lights. Take the first right turn onto Schiphol-Oost. Turn right again and after approximately 200 metres you will see building 133 on your right-hand side (with the glass atrium).

Parking

If you stay less than an hour-and-a-half at KLM Health Services, you can park in the parking spaces designated with blue lines which are to be found all over Schiphol-Oost. You will, however, need a parking disk. You can park all day in the pay-as-you-park parking area on the other side of building 133. You can access this parking area via the Thermiekstraat. From this parking area you can walk through the Collistraat to get to building 133.

By bike

You can reach Schiphol-Oost from a number of cycle paths. You will find bike stalls on the opposite site of building 133. You need to have your own lock to lock either your bike or the bike stall.

Address

Hofweg 9 (Across from the Binnenhof) 2511 AA Den Haag

Opening hours

Here you find an overview of the opening hours during the holidays.

The HagueOpening hours
Monday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Tuesday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Wednesday8.30 till 20.30 hour
Thursday8.30 till 20.30 hour
Friday8.30 till 16.30 hour
Saturday8.30 till 16.30 hour
SundayClosed

More information

Do you have any questions? Please call the Travel Clinic Information Line from KLM Health Services in between office hours (8.30 till 17.00 hour) via 0900 109 109 6 (€ 1,00 per call) or check our FAQ’s.

Compulsory identification

From 1 June 2009 we have been mandatorily obliged by the government to register you by what’s known as your BSN (Citizen Service Number). You should therefore always bring valid identification with you, such as a passport, identity card, driver’s license or alien registration document. And if you have children bring their health insurance card along with you too.