Ghent-Bruges Medical Centre

Sustainable redevelopment of the medical centre in Ghent-Bruges

The site around the Ghent-Bruges Medical Centre will undergo a metamorphosisover the coming years.

The first phase of works on the rezoning and redevelopment of our Ghent-Bruges site has started. A number of old buildings have been demolished in the meantime. Now follows the renovation of the outer façade of the clinic building and the conversion of the vacant floors into a HealthTech hub. This will be followed by works on the car park, the construction of a modern sports medical centre, the completion of residential units and the creation of a large park.

The works may cause temporary disruption (re: parking, noise and accessibility). Together with our partners, we try to keep these to a minimum and provide you with maximum information.

More information about the project can be found here:

Ghent-Bruges Medical Centre
Kliniekstraat 27
9050 Gentbrugge

Opening times:

  • Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 6.30pm
  • Closed Saturdays, Sundays and on public holidays.

The Maria Middelares Medical Centre has an outpatients clinic, where you will find nearly all specialist medical areas represented. There is also an artificial kidney department (low care) and a radiology department.

Note: there is no emergency service at this site.

Do you have an appointment at Maria Middelares Medical Centre? Our medical centre can be accessed easily by public transport or by car. Map your route here.

There is free bicycle storage for visitors close to the entrance of the medical centre.

By train

Take the train to Ghent-Sint-Pieters station. From here, you can take a train to Ghent-Dampoort or use a bus or tram.

Bus or tram from Ghent-Sint-Pieters station

The following routes connect Ghent-Sint-Pieters with our medical centre.

  • Bus No. 9 to the Meersemdries stop, followed by a ten minute walk.
  • Bus Nos. 34, 35, 72, 77 and 78 to the Ghent Veemarkt stop. Change here to bus No. 3, which will take you to the Tweekapellenstraat stop.
  • Tram No. 2 to the Stelplaats Gentbrugge, followed by a ten minute walk.

Bus or tram from Ghent-Dampoort station

The following route will take you from Ghent-Dampoort to our medical centre.

  • Take bus No. 3 towards Gentbrugge Braemkasteel (platform 13) to the Gentbrugge Tweekapellenstraat stop. This stop is six stops after you get on the bus.
  • From the Tweekapellenstraat it is a 95-metre walk to the medical centre, which is located on the Kliniekstraat.

Parking zones

Take a ticket at the barrier when entering the car park.

Reserved parking spaces

There are several parking zones close to the entrance that are reserved for specific groups such as patients/visitors with disabilities, dialysis patients and senior citizens. Please respect the reserved parking spaces.

Are you being dropped off? You can be dropped off by car near the entrance and may use the kiss-and-ride parking spaces (max. 15 minutes parking). You can also park here to validate your parking ticket, if you have not done so yet.

How much does parking cost?

When you leave the hospital building, you must validate your ticket at the payment terminal. There is one payment terminal near the main entrance, where you can only pay cash. You can pay using bancontact at the reception, if necessary. After validation, you have 15 minutes to leave the premises.

Opening hours of the payment terminal

  • Monday to Friday: 7.30am to 6.30pm
  • You cannot validate your parking ticket during the hours that the Maria Middelares Ghent-Bruges Medical Centre is closed.
0-20 minutesYou do not have to validate your ticket, parking is free of charge. Just hand it in when you leave.
20 minutes - 1 hour
1 - 1.5 hours
1.5 - 2 hours
2 - 3 hours
3 - 4 hours
4 - 5 hours
5 - 6 hours
6 - 7 hours
Maximum daily rate

Do you need a wheelchair?

You will find wheelchairs in the hospital entrance hall.

The wheelchairs are connected to each other by a chain. You can release one with a €1 coin.