Campus Benjamin Franklin Freie Universität Clinic Hindenburgdamm 30, Berlin-Steglitz Tel.
Generally you need to see a general practitioner first, who then can refer you to a specialist. This is common and you should stick to this practice too. To make an appointment right now, please follow the provided links on Doctor Berlin: Doctor Berlin Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf Doctor Berlin Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Doctor Berlin Lichtenberg Doctor Berlin Marzahn-Hellersdorf Doctor Berlin Mitte Doctor Berlin Pankow (with Prenzlauer Berg) Doctor Berlin Reinickendorf Doctor Berlin Spandau Doctor Berlin Steglitz-Zehlendorf Doctor Berlin Tempelhof-Schöneberg When you have a critical health situation during evenings, weekends or holidays, there is always a doctor available. You can find an “on-call” emergency physician by: 1. If he or she is not available, there will usually be a recorded message giving the telephone number of an emergency doctor. calling the Notdienst (110) for the name of a doctor in your city. You will find more Information about this at Doctor Berlin later.
Finding an English speaking doctor in Berlin, Germany can be a challenging course due to the language barrier, but this doesn’t have to be the case.
Clearly the decision is as important as choosing your own doctor back home. You could allude to the yellow pages (Gelbe Seiten) in which doctors in Berlin can be found by specialty. You will only find verified english speaking doctors.
It’s common for many doctors in Germany to have a private practice and also be on a hospital staff.
So office hours (Sprechstunden) may be more limited. to 6 p.m., aside from Wednesday afternoons when most doctors’ offices are closed.