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If you have to visit a doctor during your stay in Germany, you can look for a list in the local phone directory. Another overview is provided here.
If you stay for a longer period in Aachen we recommend you choose your general practitioner, dentist and gynaecologist (for females).

There are several hospitals in Aachen which you can contact in case of emergency:

Luisenhospital
Boxgraben 99
52064 Aachen
Phone +49 241 414 0

Marienhospital
Zeise 4
52066 Aachen
Phone: +49 241 6006 0

Alexianer Krankenhaus (Psychiatric emergency hospital)
Alexianergraben 33
52062 Aachen
Phone: +49 241 477010

St. Franziskus-Krankenhaus
Morillenhang 27
52074 Aachen
Phone +49 241 7501-0

Universitätsklinikum Aache
Pauwelstraße 30
52074 Aachen
Phone +49 241 800

If you see a doctor or visit a hospital, the following questions could be asked during the diagnostic interview:

  1. When did you first notice any symptoms of the disease?
  2. What kind of treatment have you received previously? Have there been any complications / problems?
  3. Do you have any other health problems or disabilities?
  4. Have you any known allergies? Is your body very sensitive to  any substances?
  5. Pls. describe the symptoms you have in detail(s)
  6. When did you notice these symptoms?
  7. Do you take any medicine? Effectes? Side effects?

You should always keep your ID and your insurance booklet, your foreign health insurance card or your foreign health insurance certificate ready,  Also the policy certificate of your insurance company (internal link „Versicherungen“) might be requested.
It differs from case to case  If you have to pay in cash, ask for a receipt, or the practice or hospital may contact your insurance company directly. Be aware that you have to pay for the treatment from your own pocket first and be reimbursed from your insurance company later.

If you go to see a specialised doctor for treatment or medical check up and you are insured at a German health insurance company you have to pay an additional contribution of 10 EUR each quarter. .

 To avoid having to pay expensive medical bills, ensure that you have health insurance cover in advance.

At the end of a check-up /treatment session pls. ask the following questions:

  1. Which disease do I suffer from? How will it  develop?
  2. Do I have to take any medicine?
  3. What about possible side effects?
  4. Are other treatments / check ups required?
  5. Am I allowed to do sports?
  6. Make a note of the name and address of the doctor who gave you the treatment.

 

 

Very important phone numbers:

Emergency services (in Germany)

Firebrigade 112
Ambulance 112
Police 110
Emergency Doctor  0180/5044100

 

Counselling centres (Germany)

Crisis line  0800 111 0 111