Current Information for Our Patients

Updated on 02 June 2021

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Our private practice

finally received the permit to order vaccines for corona vaccinations on May 31, 2021. We should be able to start vaccinations mid-June. We will initially adhere to the prioritization guidelines until all of our patients of the prioritized groups have been vaccinated for the first time. The vaccination appointments will be allocated according to the date of the pre-registration of the patient and according to the number of vaccines actually available to us.

We will actively contact our patients. The maxim is: "Don't call us, we call you."
We thank you for your patience and cooperation.

Mandatory documents

The Robert Koch Institute provides the following documents in English mandatory for the vaccinations: Information sheet and declaration of consent for preventive vaccination against COVID-19. You can find these (in one file) following this link.

Second vaccinations

Unfortunately, we are only able to provide the second vaccination for patients who received the frist vaccination at our practice.

Booking of vaccination appointments

will be soon possible for all patients

We will keep you updated on this page.

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How We Protect Your Health

To protect patients and staff from COVID-19 infection, our practice is committed to personal safety and hygiene. This includes FFP2 masks and hand disinfection for all staff and patients, air purification equipment, additional protective measures during physical examinations and continuous surface disinfection. As an appointment-based practice, we can also ensure that there is only one patient in the waiting room at any given time. We also test our team frequently for possible Corona infections - just to be absolutely sure.

Safe Together

  • For all inquiries, please always contact us by telephone first.
  • Please wear a face mask when entering our premises.
  • Prescriptions and certificates will be sent by post.

Corona Testing for Suspected Infections and Returning Travelers

Please take note of the current rules pertaining to the entry into Germany, including if applicable Corona testing, a mandatory online registration at www.einreiseanmeldung.de and home quarantine. Further information in English is available here.

As of 24 January 2021 there are three designated categories of Corona risk areas: “areas of variant of concern”, “high incidence areas” and “risk areas”. An updated overview of Corona risk areas is to be found here.

The health authorities and others have set up corona test centers to relieve the workload of general practitioners. Therefore, we do not carry out corona tests in our pratice.

Persons with suspected infections and travelers returning from a designated Corona risk area can be tested with a PCR test at numerous testing facilities:

Individuals with symptoms:

  • Testzentrum Hochtauns-Kliniken Bad Homburg: online appoitments, Ph. 06172 - 14 13 19,
  • Corona-Schwerpunktpraxis Hofheim, appoinments: Ph. 06192 201 13 10,
  • Testcenter Frankfurt Messe, appoinments: Ph. 116 117,
  • Uni-Klinik Frankfurt, appoinments: Ph. 116 117

Individuals with and without symptoms:

Individuals without symptoms (travellers and those having had contact with an infected person):

We strongly recommend a second PCR test 5 - 7 days after the first test to reliably exclude a COVID-19 infection.

An updated overview of facilities offering PoC antigenetests (rapid tests) can be found at Corona-Bürgerteststellen in Hessen.

Information by Robert Koch Institut on home quarantine in 15 languages can be found here.

Post Vaccination or Post Infection Corona Antibody Tests

We are offering quantitative SARS-CoV-2-lgG antibody tests. This blood test can serve to determine antibodies after a Covid-19 vaccination or a past SARS-CoV-2 infection.

Video Consultation

For patients under home quarantine, we offer video consultations. We carry out these sessions with a certified service provider that meets the requirements for technical security and data protection (as stipulated in Annex 31b of the German Federal Medical Association's Medical Service Agreement). Patients that require consultation via video will need a computer or tablet with a stable internet connection, a camera, a microphone and a loudspeaker. A compatible web browser must be used (Chrome, Firefox or Safari). Please note that other browsers are currently not secure and cannot be used. After obtaining your consent and scheduling an appointment, we will send you the necessary access code for the consultation.

As the situation is constantly changing, this information can only be a first guidance at time of publishing.

As the situation is constantly changing, this information can only be a first guidance at time of publishing.