You are coming to Cardiopraxis for the first time - your service area
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Booking via samedi
Best appointments online via our homepage that is the fastest way. In addition, online bookers receive priority appointments. However, you can also register by phone via the central telephone number 0211- 300 44 94.
Appointments can take place on the day of registration. The prerequisite is a high degree of urgency and free capacity at Praxis. The usual route for urgent appointments is to see your primary care physician. He or she will then contact us directly and explain the urgency of the appointment.
As a rule, the time until an appointment takes days to weeks. Please note that for online bookers, earlier appointments also become available at short notice.
Please submit the hospital report and your appointment request first, preferably by email to. firstname.lastname@example.org. A cardiologist at Cardiopraxis will then decide when an appointment at Praxis is appropriate. We will then contact you by telephone to arrange an appointment.
As a person with statutory insurance, you need a referral. This referral is then valid for the current quarter.
As a person with private medical insurance, you have the so-called free choice of doctor and do not need a referral.
If you have statutory health insurance, you can also come to us as a self-payer. You do not need a referral. The costs for an appointment amount to several hundred euros.
Yes, definitely. Preliminary findings, even if they relate to non-cardiology issues, are important because this allows us to get a comprehensive picture of you. Here, for example, the doctor's letters from the last 5 years and current laboratory findings are relevant.
The more medical information you have, the safer your treatment will be.
For the clarification of cardiovascular diseases, we often perform a stress test. Therefore, it is advisable that you wear athletic clothing and comfortable shoes or bring them with you.
If you are coming to us for the first time, your stay at Cardiopraxis may last between 30 and 90 minutes, depending on the examinations required.
Please come 15 minutes before the scheduled time, so that the necessary formalities can be taken care of and the following procedure will be faster.
Bus and train
Subways: U70, U71, U72, U73, U74, U75, U76, U77, U78, U79, U83
Buses: SB 50, 780, 782, 785
Parking: Carsch-Haus parking garage (address: Heinrich-Heine-Platz 1, entrance via Breite Straße)
Enter in your navigation system: "Q-Park Carsch-Haus"From there approx. 200 m walk to Cardiopraxis in Grabenstrasse 17
Bus and train:
Parking: Parking lot Dr.-Frantz-Schütz-Platz (Dorfstraße / corner Theodor-Hellmich-Straße)
Enter in your navigation system: "Frantz-Schütz-Platz Meerbusch".From there approx. 200 m walk to Cardiopraxis in Dorfstraße 32a.
Yes, this is particularly important. Only in this way can we often classify your symptoms as side effects of the substances mentioned and support you in a sensible therapy setting.
Last but not least, accurate information on medications and supplements contributes to your health safety.
It is best to make a list already at home. The following are important: name, concentration of the medication and frequency of use.(List in the Online Services section).
We ask for medications and dietary supplements at each visit. Therefore, it is also useful if you bring an updated list to each appointment.
Yes, this is very important. Take the time to write down the side effects of previous medications before you visit us at Praxis . If we know which medications you have not tolerated, as in the past, then we gain valuable information and can avoid side effects for you when you are prescribed new medications.
Waiting times at Praxis are usually short, so you will have little time to use your cell phone. You are welcome to surf the Internet with your cell phone using the WIFI accesses at Cardiopraxis .
Out of respect for your fellow human beings, we ask you to refrain from making telephone calls within the practice premises. If this is urgently necessary, please inform one of our assistants, who will direct you to a discreet place for a telephone call.
Please turn your cell phone on silent in the practice rooms.
Yes, we issue both initial prescriptions and follow-up prescriptions. The prerequisite is always that you are known to us at Cardiopraxis and that you have been to Praxis within the last 12 months to check your individual health status against your personal medication.
Follow-up prescriptions can be ordered online quickly and securely 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via our prescription order request. For people with statutory health insurance, please bring a referral from your general practitioner for the current quarter to Praxis in advance when requesting follow-up prescriptions.
Prescriptions can be sent by mail. For people with statutory insurance, we ask you to deposit an amount for postage in advance. For people with private medical insurance, this service is free of charge, i.e. it is part of the insurance benefit.
For people with statutory health insurance, we generally only prescribe drugs that are intended for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Your statutory health insurance fund only provides us with a budget for this area. If we do not comply with this, we have to pay penalties, so-called recourse payments.
For people with private medical insurance, we can also prescribe medications from service areas other than cardiovascular medicine.
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