How to reach us?
Using public transport
The CRG (Centre for Reproductive Medicine)
is located at the Children's Hospital
of the Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel
UZ Brussel, Laarbeeklaan 101, 1090 Brussels (Jette)
Find your way to the CRG and get around
Contact the CRG
Click on the accessibility map of UZ Brussel to download the pdf.
Low Emission Zone
in the Brussels Capital Region
To improve the air quality, the Brussels Capital Region is gradually introducing a low-emission zone (LEZ) since 1 January 2018.
The low-emission zone impacts the entire territory of the 19 Brussels communes, including Jette. The low-emission zone does not apply to the Brussels ring
To the CRG
In the entrance hall take the lifts on the left
to go to the CRG.
- consultations (doctor, counsellor)
- blood samples
- ultrasound scans
- Nursing Ward (preparation for procedure)
- Andrology lab (for sperm sample)
- Operating theatre (for egg retrieval and embryo transfer)
Click on the Map of the CRG
to download te pdf.
You have to pay for parking at the payment terminal outside before you leave.
Low-emission zone in Brussels
Brussels is a low-emission zone (LEZ) since the beginning of 2018. Foreign visitors wanting to avoid a fine, must register online. This is compulsory for all foreign vehicles, also if your car meets the standards. Register on https://irisbox.irisnet.be/LEZ
UZ Brussel is close to the interchange between the Antwerp-Brussels motorway and the Ostend/Ghent-Brussels and Charleroi/Namur-Brussels motorways.
- Take Exit 9 at Jette on the ring around Brussels and follow the signposts to UZ Brussel.
- Just past the fire station turn right into the paying car park P1.
Click here for the location of P1.
- All the way at the end of the car park on the right you find the Child hospital, entrance F on the UZ Brussel campus.
- In the entrance hall go left and take the lift to the CRG.
Parking at UZ Brussel
- Parking at UZ Brussel is paying. Click here for an overview of the prices.
- If you drive an electric or plug-in hybrid car, you can charge your car in P1 at a charging station. Instructions are available on the screen of the charging point.
- The general traffic rules apply on hospital grounds.
- Do not leave any valuables in your car.
- The hospital is not liable for damage caused by theft or loss.
For the connecting buses check the websites of MIVB-STIB
(lines 13, 14 and 53) or De Lijn
(lines 245 en 820).
Via the station of Jette Several trains stop at the station of Jette: lines 50 and 60 and suburban trains S3, S4 and S10.
From the station to the hospital (direction UZ-VUB) you can:
- go on foot (20 minutes)
- take bus 14 (10 minutes)
- take bus 53 (15 minutes)
Via Brussels North From Brussels-Noord bus 14 takes you to UZ Brussel in approx. 30 minutes
Via Brussels South From Brussels South you take metro 2 or 6 in the direction of Simonis or the direction of Koning Boudewijn.
Get off at Simonis, where you can take tram 9 to UZ Brussel.
Via NMBS Vilvoorde If you are coming from Antwerpen or Mechelen, you can get off the train at Vilvoorde and take bus 820 to UZ Brussel.
Namen van de haltes
- Tramhalte op de rotonde voor het ziekenhuis: UZ Brussel
- Bushalte voor de polikliniek: UZ-VUB
- Halte ter hoogte van de brandweer & UZ Brussel: UZ Pediatrie
- Two De Lijn buses will take you to UZ Brussel:
- bus 245: Noordstation (Brussels North) < > UZ Brussel > < Dendermonde
- bus 820: Dilbeek > < UZ Brussel > < Zaventem
- Four MIVB lines go to UZ Brussel
- for buses 13, 14 and 53 UZ Brussel is the last stop.
They also drive after 8 p.m.
- bus 84 connects with metro Heizel
Tram 9 connects metro stop Simonis with UZ Brussel.
Only low-floor trams on their own track are used here.
Frequency of the connection
- On weekdaus
- every 6 minutes in rush hour
- every 9 minutes at other times
- In the evening and in the weekend you don't have to wait longer than 15 minutes
- Get off at Simonis
- take bus 13 or 14 to UZ Brussel
- or transfer to tram 9
- From metro stations Beekkant and Heizel take bus 84.
For more information please check www.mivb.be
Are you coming to the hospital by bike? There is a covered bike shed for patients and visitors at every main entrance.
When taking a taxi, please specify you need to go to UZ Brussel in Jette. There are a number of other hospitals and fertility centres in Brussels, which are better known than the CRG to many French-speaking taxi drivers.
When you arrive at Brussels International Airport you can:
- take the train to Brussel-Noord from the airport.
Several bus lines go to UZ Brussel from the station.
See Using public transport.
- or take a taxi, both from Brussels International Airport and Brussel-Noord.