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Antwerp Hospital Network - ZNA

ZNA Stuivenberg

Lange Beeldekensstraat 267
2060 Antwerpen
tel: +32 (0)3 217 71 11
fax: +32 (0)3 217 71 01
email: contact

Welcome 

ZNA Stuivenberg is a 400 beds general hospital with activities in most surgery disciplines (except cardio surgery: see ZNA Middelheim). ZNA Stuivenberg has an important and well experienced centre for obesity surgery. The hospital also hosts one of the largest burn centres of Belgium and a well known centre for spine surgery. Thanks to a wide range of international agreements, the haematology department of ZNA Stuivenberg offers state-of-the-art treatment for all types of blood illnesses. The hospital has its own stem cell transplant centre.

Access

By plane:

Fly into Brussels Airport. To reach Antwerp, you can take the train to Antwerpen-Berchem (railway station in the airport). Take a taxi to ZNA Stuivenberg. It is only an 8 minute ride that will cost about 10 euro. Taking a taxi from Brussels airport straight to ZNA Stuivenberg will cost you approximately 63 euro.

By train:

Whether you come by Eurostar or by any other train arriving at Brussels South, take the train to Antwerpen-Berchem. Upon arrival in Antwerp take a taxi to  ZNA Stuivenberg; that will cost you about 8 euro.

By car:

  • Coming from Brussels: follow the Antwerp Ring Way in the direction of 'Nederland' and take exit 2 (Deurne). Turn left, drive under the motorway and the railway and turn left again. Proceed onto 'Pothoekstraat' up to the traffic lights. You see ZNA Stuivenberg at your right hand side.
  • Coming from the Netherlands, follow direction 'Gent' and take exit 3 (Borgerhout/Deurne). Follow the main road till reaching the 4th traffic lights (about 2 km) and turn left. Follow direction 'Centrum' and drive under the railway. Turn left.
    Proceed onto 'Pothoekstraat' up to the traffic lights. You see ZNA Stuivenberg at your right hand side.
 

with the support of the VBO-FEB & Agfa Healthcare
Realised with the help of Brussels Invest & Export