Due to the announced vaccine quantity from June 2021, we hope that it will be possible for us to carry out initial vaccinations again starting June 22nd, 2021. However, we ask that patients with a history of COVID 19 infection and patients over 50 years of age who are at increased risk of severe COVID 19 infection contact our practice first for a vaccination appointment. Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to vaccinate non-patients of the practice.
Please send an email with your contact details and a current telephone number to email@example.com if you would like us to add you to our vaccination list. We will contact you in the course for a vaccination appointment. As there is limited vaccination capacity in the practice overall, we ask that you also try to make an appointment via www.impfterminservice.de, www.116117.de or call 116117 as vaccination centres, company doctors and specialists nationwide are also due to be de-prioritised from 7 June 21. If you are registered on our list, please email us if you have been given an appointment elsewhere so that we can remove you from the list.
A distinction is made between mRNA vaccines (e.g. from BioNTech or Moderna) on the left of the table below and vector vaccines (e.g. from AstraZeneca and Johnson&Johnson) on the right of the table. The fact sheet clearly explains the mode of action of the respective vaccine. Please print out the vaccine information leaflet and the medical history and consent forms for each vaccination at home and bring these signed forms with the vaccination card to the practice at the time of the vaccination appointment. The sheets linked here are always updated and published by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). We apologize that not all sheets are available in English language
e.g. BioNTech or Moderna
e,g. AstraZeneca or Johnson&Johnson
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The Paul Ehrlich Institute has developed the SaveVac App for the timely recording of the tolerability of Covid-19 vaccines. This can be downloaded onto a smartphone. With appropriate reminders, participants in the observational study can record symptoms at specified intervals after the first and second vaccination.
Due to the implementation of the necessary corona vaccinations, we are temporarily not available by telephone in the practice during the usual office hours. In urgent medical cases, you will find our mobile phone number on the answering machine, where you can then reach us.
For organisational reasons, we kindly ask you to collect the prescriptions and referrals you have ordered by 10.30 in the morning.
In the practice, causeless citizen testing with a Covid-19 rapid test can be carried out for our patients once a week by appointment. A negative test result indicates for the next few hours that there is probably no increased viral load to be detected. If typical symptoms of a covid infection occur (fever, sore throat, cough, loss of taste or smell), please isolate yourself immediately and have yourself tested again – then with a PCR examination.
If a rapid test carried out at home is positive, please also isolate yourself and members of your household and please contact us, outside surgery hours please contact 116117. A PCR smear test will be carried out and sent to the laboratory to validate the rapid test result.
To reduce contact, the surgery door will remain locked. We ask you to ring the bell once at the bottom right of the gate and wait there. Please keep a distance of at least 1.5 metres from others and only enter the staircase area one at a time. In order to prepare for the day’s activities, we can only be reached by telephone from around 9:00 am. In order to reduce possible contacts, accompanying persons can only be admitted to the practice after consultation. We thank you for your understanding!
In order to protect against infection, it is compulsory that you wear a medical mouth/nose covering. Therefore, please wear this before entering the practice.
We wish all patients good health!