UPDATE from 04/23/2022:
At present, all consultations can be carried out regularly in the ordination.
Of course, the current hygiene guidelines also apply in our practice, so we ask all patients:
- Only go to the ordination in person if you do not have any coronavirus or typical cold symptoms such as cough, fever, shortness of breath or diarrhea.
- Wear an FFP2 mask correctly, i.e. mouth and nose is covered at all times.
- Disinfect your hands when entering and leaving the ordination
- Arrive as punctually as possible for your appointment, as we will pick you up directly at the ordination door (please ring the bell!) And lead you to the treatment room to avoid contamination and infection via the waiting area / magazines etc.
- If possible, pay the fee with contactless EC / credit card, or conveniently online via our website directly after your appointment.
For your safety, we are currently not offering you hot or cold drinks as usual for hygienic reasons and we apologize for this inconvenience. After each appointment, all surfaces used are disinfected and cleaned. We pay particular attention to the required exposure time for the disinfectants used, so that a break is necessary between the appointments. Furthermore, the rooms are well ventilated after each patient contact in order to reduce any air pollution with infectious aerosols. The doctor’s assistants are currently working largely in on-call service in order to generate as few chains of infection as possible. Please understand that there may be background noise during the phone calls. Data protection is always ensured by our employees. During the consultation, Mr. Suttner only uses FFP2 masks (effective protection against viruses due to the smallest filter pore size) in order to protect you as best as possible. Furthermore, all staff members are vaccinated according to current recommendations and are regularly tested for viral infection.
We thank all patients for their understanding in this epidemiologically difficult time. In particular, we would like to thank everyone who is on
have taken in the previously unfamiliar possibility of telemedicine and are now increasingly appreciating the advantages of this technology and may want to continue to use it. We ask all patients to continue to get their information via medical and specialist channels and to take a critical look at “fake news”. Should you have any questions about one or the other message, e.g. from social media, contact us with confidence and we will try to pass on all information to you based on scientific knowledge or at least scientific tendencies.