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.