The Netherlands

HIV in the Netherlands: statistics for 2017

The latest statistics are derived from SHM’s 2017 HIV Monitoring Report and relate to those people registered in SHM’s database (scroll down for numbers registered in 2016). All figures are as of 31 December 2017.

Key figures for the Netherlands are summarised in the factsheet below. 

The latest registration figures for the Netherlands are provided at the bottom of this page.

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SHM database: number of registered people in 2017

Each year the latest registration figures are presented in our annual report. The table below gives an overview of the registration figures for 2017.

Total ever registered up to 31 December 2017 26,576
Objection to further collection of clinical data 589
Registered & with further collection of clinical data, of whom 25,987
Adults 25,527
Men 20,723
Women 4,804
Children 460
Newly-registered in 2017 1,015


Other useful information can be found in the following tables taken from the latest annual report:

Total number of HIV-positive individuals registered by SHM as of 31 December 2017, according to most recent HIV treatment centres.

Total number of people who were first registered by SHM in 2017, according to HIV treatment centre.

In addition:

Number of adults per centre in 2014, according to gender

Number of children per centre in 2014, according to gender




Stichting HIV Monitoring

Stichting HIV Monitoring (SHM) makes an essential contribution to healthcare for HIV-positive people in the Netherlands.  Working with all recognised HIV treatment centres in the Netherlands, SHM systematically collects coded medical data from all registered HIV patients. SHM uses these data to produce centre-specific reports that allow HIV treatment centres to optimise their patient care and obtain formal certification. SHM’s data also form the basis for the yearly HIV monitoring report and are used in HIV-related research in the Netherlands and internationally. The outcome of SHM’s research provides tangible input into HIV care and prevention polices in the Netherlands.

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