Academic Network

Academic practices are considered to be part of the inner circle of 'Our Family'. Academic practices collaborate not only in education or teaching or research or registration, but they are involved in alle academic fields ('and-and' instead of 'or-or') including innovation of health care.
Many of the academic GPs are staff members who are appointed to the Department as teacher or researcher or a combination. Many academic GPs have a PhD degree, or will obtain one in the future.

About 25 practices are considered to be academic based on efforts and ambitions. The collaboration is structural, but the label 'academic' is not an endless label. Every 3-5 years the academic network will be reassessed or reevaluated.
For more information, ask our management or our chairman professor Muris.