How to register ?

I am registering

Do not hesitate to consult what you need to register as a care provider on the Brussels Health Network before registering.

1. You are a care provider outside the hospital

(private practice,  self-employed, health centre, medical assistant, etc.) 

You must first have identified yourself in a league, federation or professional association, one of whose members recognized by the Brussels Health Network will act as guarantor for your registration. Please consult our page “which guarantor to choose.”

Exception for self-employed nurses: it is not necessary to indicate a guarantor for registration.

Registration is a 3-step process:

  1. Click on one of the buttons below to register directly.

Please have your eID card + Pin code / Inami number / Indication of the league and guarantor ready

If you do not have a card reader or the pin code of your eID, you can register by completing  this form. .

  1. A notification will be sent to the guarantor you have selected to inform him or her that you are waiting for your registration to be approved.

Once your registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation email.

If you do not see anything, check your “junk/spam” folder.

  1. You now have access to your patients’ shared documents through your patient software (DMI) or our portal*.

A tab shows you all the shared medical data (on the Brussels Health Network and on other Belgian health networks) of the patient concerned.

*If you do not have medical software yet, access your patients’ shared documents through the Brussels Health Network platform.

Note that to access your patients’ records via our website, you will be asked to use your eID and pin code or the Itsme application.

If you need technical advice, you can request it using the form available here



2. You are a care provider in a hospital

When you start work, the hospital’s human resources department will inform you of your registration with the Brussels Health Network after you have agreed to that network’s Privacy policy. This policy is important because it apprises you of the terms and conditions of access to your patients’ files.

The medical directorate is the guarantor for all care providers working within its facilities.

You are not yet registered? Ask your medical directorate to see to the necessary formalities.

Once registered, you have access to shared patient health records through the hospital’s software (DPI). However, you can also access shared patient health records through the Brussels Health Network portal.

3. You are a medical centre or institution

and do you wish to join the Brussels Health Network?

Any care institution that wishes to join the Brussels Health Network must submit an official request to  Abrumet .

Once it has joined, the institution can request access authorizations for certain specific users.


The Brussels Health Network brings together all public and private Brussels hospitals as well as the French and Dutch speaking associations of general practitioners in Brussels (FAMGB and BHAK). We are the ideal partner for any project related to e-health in the Brussels region.

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