• Vincent van Vugt

    My name is Vincent van Vugt. I am proud to work as a GP in Nieuw-West, the neighborhood I lived in for 7 years. I currently live in Leiden with my wife. As a GP, my goal is to provide personal care, focused on your specific needs and circumstances. I believe in an evidence-based approach, following the most recent scientific insights. Aside from being a GP, I’m also active as an epidemiologist and researcher at the Amsterdam UMC. Within the GP research field, I mainly aim at improving treatment of vertigo. Both as a GP and a researcher, I value the use of digital innovation in medicine. I believe digital tools can help strengthen the connection between patient and GP. That was the reason for me to join doccs. I am looking forward to meeting you at our practice.

    BIG nr. 49916112001 | LinkedIn | Wetenschappelijk profiel

  • Maike Olsman

    My name is Maike Olsman. After several years of experience in hospitals, among other places, I now enjoy working as an acting general practitioner. I find it important to provide customised care in which you feel comfortable and heard. The way doccs works creates low-threshold contact and enough time for you.

    BIG no.: 19918534001

  • Loes Visser

  • Michel de Wit

    My name is Michel de Wit and I live in Utrecht. After working in the hospital for several years in the cardiology and clinical geriatrics departments, I finally made the choice to become a general practitioner. I did my education in Utrecht and have been working as a general practitioner since 2020. doccs pays attention to your personal wants and needs, and their innovative approach allows them to quickly provide high-quality care. That has been my main motivation to join the doccs team.

    I practice the full width of the general practitioner profession, with special attention to cardiovascular diseases and geriatric medicine.

    BIG no.: 79917828101

  • Amal El Kaddouri

    My name is Amal El Kaddouri. I am married and the mother of two children. I have five years of experience as a doctor’s assistant, first in a medical centre and then in a general practice. I really enjoy working at doccs because it is such a modern practice. I see that patients can be helped quickly here and receive good care. At doccs, I get the chance to put my knowledge and experience into practice, and also to continue learning in my profession. I have my own consultation hour at doccs three days a week and also work a lot with the GPs and the front office.

  • Roshnie Mithoe

    I am Roshnie Mithoe, born and raised in Amsterdam and now working as a doctor’s assistant for 12 years. I have gained a lot of experience at various GP practices, health centers and hospitals throughout the Netherlands. At doccs, I work alternately at the Amstel III and Slotervaart locations. Because patients can manage their medical questions, repeat prescriptions and appointments via the app, we can help them quickly and well. That’s why I like working at doccs.

  • Julia van Alphen

    My name is Julia van Alphen, I am a psychologist by training and now work at doccs as POH-GGZ at the Amsterdam Slotervaart location. In my profession, I find it important to work in a person-oriented way and to combine science with humanity. For me, this fits well with the values of doccs. Together, we find out what is needed in your personal process, and then look at how that goal can be achieved with new knowledge, skills or ideas. I like to think along with you, and therefore enjoy being part of the interdisciplinary team!

  • Jasmine Meechan

    I am Jasmine Meechan and have been working at doccs since September 2021 as an administrative and patient service assistant at our Slotervaart and Amstel III locations. I worked largely in tourism before this, so GP care was completely new to me. In my work, I have always had to deal with customers rather than patients, but because of this I always find giving a bit of service important. Doccs is a fun, young and modern practice, where you can get in touch with patients quickly and easily by using the app.

  • Alice van Wilgenburgh

    My name is Alice van Wilgenburgh and I live with my husband and two children in Aalsmeer. I worked in tourism for 27 years and then thought it was time to change course. I have been working three days at doccs as an administrative and patient service assistant in the front office since 2022. I work in the practice in Slotervaart and in Amstel III. Doccs is a young and dynamic organization with a fun and enthusiastic team. Within my job, no day is the same and that makes it a lot of fun.

  • Sanne Quarles van Ufford

    I am Sanne Quarles van Ufford and live in Utrecht. Since the start of doccs, I have been working as a manager across the various locations we now have. In this, I mainly focus on IT issues, app development, human resources, work processes and practice set-up. Besides working at doccs, I am active at a football club on the board and on the pitch.

    A working day at doccs is never the same. Every day there are planned and unplanned things to be picked up. You are constantly switching between things that have priority or can wait. Some flexibility is useful in this; it makes the days fun and challenging! And a friendly and ambitious team makes that even better.