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Consultation and Examination

Do you have any questions for a doctor or our secretarial team, or are you interested in an appointment?

Our consultation hours

Monday to Friday


8:00 am to 10:00 am (by appointment)


Private consultations

By arrangement

Directions to the hospital

Outpatient consultation hours - a referral is enough

During outpatient consultation hours, we welcome patients to an initial talk in our hospital to find out whether inpatient treatment is required and possible. Please take a letter of referral from the doctor who is treating you to this appointment. If our doctors establish that an inpatient stay in our hospital is required, you will receive the date for your admission and surgery, and you will introduce yourself in an anaesthesia consultation.

Admission for Inpatient Hospital Treatment

Before every inpatient treatment, we carry out an examination for which an appointment must be made (exception: emergencies). After your appointment during our consultation hours, the next steps are considered and your inpatient stay is decided with your input.

Then we will make additional appointments with you. Before we can proceed with the medical examination, however, a few formalities have to be taken care of. Please have the following documentation ready and take it to your appointment:

  • Health insurance card
  • Admission or referral notice
  • Previous findings from your doctor (e.g. X-rays, CT scans)
  • Medication you are currently taking (a written overview is sufficient)

Surgery preparation appointment

Please take the following documentation to your surgery preparation appointment:

  • Health insurance card or hospital card or confirmation from the insurance company to cover the cost (for private patients)
  • Referral notice from the doctor treating you

If available:

  • Documentation for private supplementary insurance
  • Dispensation statement (personal statutory contribution)
  • X-ray and allergy passport
  • Diabetic passport including medication (insulin pen, if required, blood glucose meter)
  • Blood type passport
  • Previous findings such as X-rays, CT or MRI scans, lab test results, ECG
  • Special findings (heart, circulation, suitability for anaesthesia)
  • List of regularly required medication including directions for use