Platform for use by and in the GP surgery

Zorg in Ontwikkeling (Care under Development, ZIO) offers a wide range of facilities for the surgeries of general practitioners, physiotherapists, dieticians, etc., with space for personal contributions, course information, property management and the central purchasing of materials. Our idea of designing a website platform coordinated specifically to the needs of the surgery was entirely in line with the principle of facilitation.

Basically everyone is different

The platform is composed of modular websites that contain all the conventional information for the surgeries of primary care providers. Our agency tailored the design and implementation of the platform to the house style of each surgery, allowing each individual website to retain its unique identity. Patient registration and prescription forms on the websites are secured via SSL certificates, guaranteeing a reliable and secure transfer of information.

ZIO testimonial

We have been engaging R&R Communication for our communication needs for over three years now. We are very satisfied with the products R&R makes for our organisation and additionally with the corresponding level of service. Ralph and René listen carefully to us and are able to clearly interpret our wishes. They contribute their ideas to our projects and take a proactive attitude. They then know exactly how to transform our request into a creative product that corresponds to our wishes and identity."

Communications Consultant
ZIO, Zorg in Ontwikkeling

ZIO, Care under Development

Zorg in Ontwikkeling (Care under Development, ZIO) was previously Stichting RHZ Heuvelland, a primary care organisation for Maastricht and the surrounding Heuvelland area. ZIO believes in providing the highest possible quality of care and achieves its aims by providing primary care providers (e.g. General Practitioners and physiotherapists) with proper support in their practice.

The organisations affiliated with ZIO are the Maastricht and Heuvelland Area General Practitioners’ Association (RHZ) and the Maastricht and Heuvelland Area Physiotherapists’ Foundation (Stichting Fy’net).