Before you can start an internship, you must attend a compulsory ‘Welcome Reception for interns/students’. During this reception, several practical aspects of your internship will be dealt with and you will be shown around the hospital.
The reception will take place on Thursday evening from 7pm to 8pm During the holidays, the reception takes place from 9am to 10am.
Pre-registration is compulsory.
Register here for a reception
During this event, you will get to know Maria Middelares General Hospital and you can ask questions about the practical side of your internship.
NOTE: You can only go on an internship after you have completed the e-learning unit. Your administrative details must be in order, you must have attended a reception and you must have a personal badge.
Registration for the reception of the current week closes every Monday evening. If you register afterwards, you can attend the welcome reception but will have to come back to pick up your badge and you can only start your internship on Tuesday (instead of Monday).
Check here for the various reception dates.
Department-related information leaflets
An information leaflet is available for each department. You will find a lot of information in it: contact details, possible learning objectives, common kinds of illness ... and so on.
The information leaflet is intended as an initial introduction to your department / service area.
Risk analysis and workstation sheets
Also, be sure to read the sheet relating to the work area and risk factors of the department where your internship will take place.
Hand in the completed (name + department) and signed copy of the risk analysis and workplace sheet during the reception event for trainees/students (see also Reception event).
Badges and dosimeters
Trainees/students need a badge to obtain access to the changing rooms and the nursing stations. Badge rules are explained to students during the reception event.
A dosimeter is required if your internship is in the operation area or radiology department.
You have to fill in a form to request a dosimeter directly.