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Karin in 't Hout – midwife

BIG number 29032945703
“I graduated a midwife practitioner in 1993. As of April 1st 1994 I have been one of the regular faces of Verloskundige Praktijk Voorburg. High quality care and involvement with the client is very important to me. This is one the reasons I prefer a small, close knit team. I myself am a mother of three in the ages of 17, 14 and 9 years old. A profession with very flexible hours and a family makes for a dynamic lifestyle. Despite my busy days I like to get a run in every now and then. I am also a licensed sonographer.”

Sabrina Tholen – midwife

BIG number 99063738303
“After graduating in 2005 I freelanced as a practitioner to build up experience at several regional practices. In August of 2007 a spot opened up at this practice and I jumped on that opportunity. This practice is part of a fun community and a diverse population. A small town mentality but at the edge of a big city. The good thing about this practice is that each pregnancy gets the care and attention it deserves. Because that is what this special period in life deserves. I have been fortunate to experience it twice in my life being mom to Tygo (2009) and Ilse (2012).”

Hilda Salomons – midwife

BIG number 99047969603
“I took my obstetric skills and put them to the test with much enthusiasm after graduating in 1997. Until the end of 2013 I was employed in the Delft area. I have been a part of this energetic and committed team since 2014. Energetic because we keep innovating our practice. Committed because we get to know our clients very well. We have pleasant collaborations with the hospitals and come together, when needed, to adjust the client’s care. I also administer the dating scans. My husband and I have a son and two daughters.”

Roos Born - consulting midwife

BIG number 49917756503
“As of February 2014 I am a consulting midwife at Verloskundige Praktijk Voorburg. This means that I fill in when the other midwives are on vacation, are busy with retraining or have other obligations that take them away from the practice. We ensure a certain quality of care with personal guidance and attention for our clients. These are qualities I find very important in the midwifery profession. The pregnancy, the birth and the maternity (postpartum) period: it is a privilege to be a part of these special and intensely private moments of a person's life.”

Eri Leën, practice assistant

As a practice assistant I am the first point of contact within the practice, I answer the phone, make appointments and I also assist the midwives with various activities. A very varied and fun job in a great practice. It is very important to me that everyone feels at home in the practice. In addition, I am married and I am the mother of two (almost) adult children.