1.Your Chamber of Commerce (KvK) number
As an entrepreneur in the healthcare sector, you’re registered with the Chamber of Commerce (Kamer van Koophandel). You can find your eight-digit KvK number on the letter you received from the Chamber of Commerce. Or even easier, you can look it up in the online Trade Register.
2. A copy of your care diploma
Remember that beautiful day when you received your diploma? Then you probably still remember where it is. Maybe it’s in a folder with your other important documents? Or in a safe at the bank? If you really have misplaced that hard-won piece of paper, try DUO's diploma aid.
3. A copy of your ID
We—and our care partners—want to be sure that it’s really you. That’s why we ask you to show a valid ID. This can be your passport, identity card or driver's license. We prefer to receive a safe copy from you, where unnecessary information has been crossed out and a watermark has been added. You can get a safe copy of your ID using the Rijksoverheid Kopie ID app.
4. A Certificate of Good Behavior
The Certificate of Good Behavior (VOG) that you submit may not be more than two years old. Don’t remember where you put it? You can always request a new one. Do this for screening profile 45: Healthcare and welfare for humans and animals.
Note: Using a commercial intermediary to apply for a VOG can incur extra costs, and is no faster than the official Justis route.
5. Proof of your affiliation with an external disputes body
Every healthcare provider must join an external disputes body, as stated in the Healthcare Quality, Complaints and Disputes Act (Wkkgz). On the website of the CIBG you’ll find an overview of recognized dispute bodies that you can join.
From MBO 2+: copies of certificates of further training
Have you obtained additional certificates because of training you’ve received in addition to your diploma? We’d like a copy of that too. Certificates for technical nursing activities that match your level may not be more than two years old.
If you obtained your diploma less than two years ago and and don’t have a certificate yet, we ask you to fill out a self-declaration. You can download the templates for self-declaration of nursing procedures and reserved procedures here . Fill them in and upload them as part of the onboarding process.
From MBO 4: BIG registration number
In the BIG register, anyone can find out whether a care provider has the right registration to practice their profession. You may only use professional titles as a nurse, doctor and midwife if you are in the BIG register. And only with this registration can you independently perform actions belonging to your profession. That’s why we need your BIG number. If you don't know the number, you can look it up in the register.
Sending your documents to Dytter
Delivering your documents is a snap: just upload them to your Dytter account. As soon as we receive them, your screening will start. If the documents are all properly delivered, everything will be processed within three working days. If it takes less than that, you’ll hear about it right away, so you can get started working with Dytter!
Questions? Send us a text: 06-83026274.
Just like you, we want the best for every care recipient. That’s why we’re happy to support you in keeping your company details, documents, and competences and powers up to date. We regularly check the data and documents of all our independent care providers.
The following documents have expiration dates:
- ID / passport
- certificate of affiliation from the disputes committee (WKKGZ)
- nursing procedures
- restricted actions
We’ll notify you if one of your documents needs to be replaced. We do this well in advance, so you have plenty of time to arrange your affairs.
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