Current visiting arrangements

Dear patients
Dear relatives and visitors,

 

We know how important visits are for the well-being and recovery of patients, even in Corona times. However, we urge you to observe a few rules during your visit:

For the protection of our patients, all visitors must still be able to present proof of a negative Corona test – regardless of their vaccination status. This test obligation therefore also applies to vaccinated and recovered patients. A negative PCR test may not be older than 48 hours, a certified rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours. Please be prepared to have your test results checked accordingly. Testing of visitors is only possible in external test centres, not in the clinic. Please note that all visitors and accompanying persons must be symptom-free.

All visitors and accompanying persons are required to wear a mask (FFP2) – also in the patient’s room.

Visits are now permitted once a day by one person and are possible between 1 pm and 6 pm. Please also note that there may be individual visiting times for the various wards. There are special visiting hours and regulations for parents or accompanying persons of children and adolescents in paediatric cardiology.

Inpatients

We ask all inpatients to bring a daily updated antigen test with them. All patients are also PCR-tested on admission to the hospital.

Patients in the outpatient department

Patients who are scheduled for an outpatient CT/MRI examination under sedation, an outpatient cardiac catheter examination, spiroergometry or a swallow ultrasound (TEE) examination require a certified rapid antigen test (< 24 hours).

 

Thank you for your understanding!