Born and raised in Etterbeek in 1991, it seemed only logical to start my studies at the university of Brussels. I obtained my Master in Medicine at the VUB in 2019.
The choice of family medicine quickly became apparent during my internships. The broad spectrum of pathologies and close contact with patients really appealed to me.
That is why I started my specialisation as a general practitioner on the 1st of october under the guidance of dr. Ophélie Broeckaert.
I’m really looking forward to years of working in Brussels, a vibrant city with many faces!
Born in 1991 in Ypres, I graduated as a doctor at the KUL in 2016 and as a general practitioner in 2018. At the end of my education, I had written two master theses: in 2016, a thesis on pre- and postoperative care in the elderly1 ; and in 2018 a thesis on prevention in general practice2.
I love variation in my work, so I chose to specialize as a general practitioner. The different age groups and pathologies fascinate me.
After a year of completing my education with Dr. Broeckaert, I am happy to be able to continue working here. Still, I can not stop studying and am currently pursuing a certificate in health law.
I enjoy living and working in Brussels, as I like to stay busy and there is always something to discover.
I graduated from the University of Antwerp in 2009.
Soon after I started a course in tropical diseases at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp and I moved to South Africa to work in a hospital for a year.
When I returned I started my training at the emergency department at the University Hospital UZ Brussel.
I like working in Brussels, a melting pot of cultures and languages, which reflects well our day to day work.
I dream of affordable and accessible care for every (both old and new) Belgian and try to do my part every day.
Furthermore, I am an avid cyclist and do all my trips in Brussels by bike.
Born 1984, studies KUL (2011)
I started a solo practice in 2011 in Saint-Gilles, in 2016 I moved to a new location with my colleagues. From then on, our group practice will be called Spectrum.
In 2016 I became a supervisor and trainer for the young general practitioners who have been finishing their training in our practice for the last few years. This is a very fascinating interaction, which keeps us up-to-date and dynamic.
I have always been a fan of Brussels. There is always something new to experience here, you can meet many different people, it is never boring! That is also true for general medicine, every day I come to the practice with pleasure and enthusiasm.