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General practice information

General practice Liefeld has moved to a beautiful new location in the former outpatient clinic building of the MC Slotervaart.

From Monday 7 June we can be found at Louwesweg 6; 1066 EC Amsterdam. Phone number and website remain unchanged. You will find our reception on the 1st floor at the end of the corridor on the right.

For detailed information: Relocation message from general practitioner Liefeld

NB: if you do not have an appointment, please do not come to the practice!

During a practical visit:

1. A mouth mask is no longer mandatory, but it is desirable. 2. Practice visit only by appointment (so don’t just walk in). 3. In the waiting rooms we keep 1,5 meters away as much as possible. 4. We don’t shake hands. 5. Bringing and collecting culture sets, urine samples by appointment only. 6. Referrals, recipes and forms are sent digitally as much as possible. 7. If possible, we will discuss your complaints by telephone or by e-consultation. You can request this via Zorgonline. Check the practice website for online services.

If you have complaints that may be related to the coronavirus, such as a cough, cold or fever, and you need to be examined, please first contact the assistant by telephone .

Have you already signed up for the Whitebox/LSP? Read more about it via this link

On the homepage you will find the heading: Consent form Whitebox/LSP in the left column under Forms and statements .


For everyday care or life-changing care you can count on our doctors.


You can count on us to keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy.


Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) can slow or reverse the nurse progression.


We use a team approach to providing health care, and involve the patient.

Types of Cardiomyopathy


Restrictive cardiomyopathy is a condition where your ventricles do not thicken, yet they still become stiff and rigid and cannot pump blood effectively.


In this type of cardiomyopathy, the pumping ability of your heart’s main pumping chamber — the left ventricle — becomes enlarged (dilated) and can’t effectively pump blood out of the heart.


This type involves abnormal thickening of your heart muscle, which makes it harder for the heart to work. It mostly affects the muscle of your heart’s main pumping chamber (left ventricle).

Arrhythmogenic right ventricular

In this rare type of cardiomyopathy, the muscle in the lower right heart chamber (right ventricle) is replaced by scar tissue, which can lead to heart rhythm problems. It’s often caused by genetic mutations.