• Stijn de Ruijter

    My name is Stijn de Ruijter. I live with my wife and 3 children on the Utrechtse Heuvelrug. With more than 10 years of experience as a general practitioner in the Netherlands and abroad, I have a good idea of how GP care can be even better. Personal attention for the patient is always number one. That’s why I choose doccs. By working innovatively I get more time and attention for you. And that makes us both happier!

    My specializations in the GP profession are performing surgical procedures, such as sterilizations at the man and skin surgery.

    BIG no.: 39064175701

  • Sanne Klinkhamer

    My name is Sanne Klinkhamer. Together with my husband and three children I live in Utrecht, the city where I also grew up and did my education. For almost ten years I have been working with great pleasure as a general practitioner. It was instilled in me at an early age, because both my mother and sister have the same profession.

    I also completed the urogynaecology executive education. Because of the working method at doccs I have – as a general practitioner – more time for the moments when you need me more extensively, and I can answer your short simple questions faster.

    BIG no.: 19066098801


  • Naomi Cheuk Alam

    I am Naomi Cheuk Alam. I live in Utrecht with my husband and my daughter. I studied in Rotterdam and in Utrecht. I have been working as a general practitioner since 2019, which, in my opinion, is the most beautiful profession there is! The best thing about the profession is the contact with patients, something that I believe can only be improved with digitization and new ideas. I am therefore looking forward to working on this with doccs!

    Within the profession of GP, my passion lies with gynaecology and psychiatry.

    BIG no.: 79919027201

  • Karin Kluijtmans

  • Anita Holweg

    I am Anita Holweg and have been working at doccs as POH-GGZ. After 15 years of working in mental health care, addiction care and as a family/relationship therapist in youth care, the POH-GGZ position, which I have been doing for about 8 years, is a very interesting addition to my work experience.

    To clarify the request for help with patients and to be able to distinguish between psychiatric and/or psycho-social problems is an important part of my conversations to find the right help.

    I really enjoy working at doccs: a very enthusiastic team that tries to shape the general practice in an investigative and innovative way. Future-oriented, with a combination of making good use of digital tools and building good relationships with patients.

  • Maja ten Voorde

    My name is Maja ten Voorde. I have been working as an administration and patient service assistant at doccs since September 2021. Before joining doccs, I worked for a long time in a medical centre with five GP practices. There, too, I did patient administration and a bit of financial administration. I like working at doccs because I find digital development in GP care interesting and the app is a great example of that.

  • Marlies Zwemmer

    I am Marlies Zwemmer and since November 2022 I am part of this nice doccs-team in Utrecht. After working in a hospital for several years, I wanted to switch to a small-scale and personal workplace with a real team feeling. We also try to radiate that to the patients. That is exactly what makes working at doccs so much fun. The front office welcomes you!

  • 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.

  • Karin Meulenkamp