BERLIN KLINIK International Patient Offices: Berlin-Moscow-St.Petersburg-Prague-Vienna
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International Office Russia
Deputy Head of branch office: Dipl. Jurist (Ru) Marina Lemenovskaya
Tel. Office: +49 (0)30-206796210
Tel. mobile: +49 176 19 42 48 44
International Office Prague / Czech Republic
Head of branch office: Silvia Malachovska
Office Prague: +42 190 528 9008
Office Berlin: +49 1761 348 6377
BERLIN KLINIK - International patient Offices: Berlin - Moscow - St.Petersburg - Prague - Vienna.
International Office for patients from abroad
Medical and Dental Travel to Berlin easy and comfortable with Lufthansa
We will bring you home safe and easy
The International Hospital and international Dental Clinic BERLIN KLINIK is taking care for your travel to home as our patient. Out global healthcare mobility partner Deutsche Lufthansa is taking you home with a Medical & Emergency Repatriation Agreement. For patients who are sick and injured to transport them at reasonable and medically optimal conditions to their home town. If you're looking for an especially comfortable and easy way to travel, we recommend a Lufthansa private Jet.
Top Lufthansa medical services - the Intensive Care Unit above the clouds
Lufthansa medical services include bookable extra services to help medical travellers and medical patients from abroad who need a sitting-, lying or Intensive transport conditions. Patient transport compartments (PTC) are possible for intensive transport. With the PTC, Lufthansa has created a unique Intensive Care Unit on intercontinental flights from or to Frankfurt/Germany. From Frankfurt you can easy go on to Berlin Potsdamer Platz directly to BERLIN KLINIK with Deutsche Bahn. Or fly to a berlin Airport. The PTC is a closed room which resembles with its high-quality equipment of an intensive care unit in 10,000 metres upon the clouds. Stretcher for lying transport are also possible. Lufthansa with the stretcher offers a convenient and safe means of transport for passengers can be transported only lying due to a medical indication. A companion aboard is required, however.
Bookings on Lufthansa global healthcare mobility online booking platform can be changed free of charge. Possibly displayed fees for changes shall be refunded!
BERLIN KLINIK International Dental Clinic
In all areas of dentistry, surgery, implant medicine and holistic medicine, Berlin hospitals, such as the highly specialized BERLIN KLINIK International Hospital and International Dental Clinic represent international top positions. In addition to a high standard of medical technology, it is especially outstanding physicians and medical scientists who perform extraordinary and world-renowned achievements with great success. The International Dental Hospital Berlin brings together these specialists in diagnosis and therapy in the health capital of Berlin. But not only medical know-how, but also a professional service of international patients contributes to a successful recovery. The BERLIN KLINIK offers therefore a comprehensive, the needs of international patients tailored to health care. Whose standard of a highest level state controlled continuous quality control is subject to their patients.
Foreign patients therapy offers
Satisfaction of patients is the only aim of the BERLIN KLINIK International Hospital and International Dental Clinic. This applies in particular to the dental treatment and dental care and support in the BERLIN KLINIK. Full restoration of teeth and jaws, dental implants and immediate dental implants in full anesthesia are offered routinely for demanding international patients. Accommodation and several service packages are available for complete dental rehabilitation seeking international patients. By the invitation to the medical treatment at the respective embassy / consulate of country on airport transfers to the hotel up to the Berlin care by experienced interpreters.
Certified medical QM-Quality Management - The BERLIN KLINIK International Hospital and International Dental Clinic has passed a quality certification accreditation process with brilliance for membership to "Berlin's leading hospitals". This is the passed quality management systems: "Cooperation for transparency and quality in health care" (KTQ), "European Foundation for quality management" (EFQM), and "Joint Commission International Accreditation" (JCIA). In addition, the BERLIN KLINIK International Hospital and International Dental Clinic committed itself developed and constantly updated and improved quality standards. In 2012 the BERLIN KLINIK is in the process of further qualification to pass the QM standards for further optimized hygienical and technical medical hospital management. So that an optimum medical and surgical therapie quality level and dental implantological treatment level - as well in outpatient as with inpatient therapies - to ensure highest level of outcome and well-being of patients.
...about the German Health Care System
Read what the US Library of Congress which is the oldest federal cultural institution in the USA and serves as the research arm of Congress is telling about medical treatment in Germany. The US Library of Congress it is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections. Says about the German healthcare system:
The German health care system provides universal access and coverage for the entire population. It is, however, a decentralized and diversified system that consists of more than 200 insurers that compete with each other to some extent. These insurers are corporations with a public law status and they govern themselves, albeit within the limits of a statutory framework, and under the oversight of a federal agency. Some 90 percent of the population is covered by the statutory health insurance scheme (the German term for the social health insurance system). Yet Germany allows high income earners to opt out of the statutory system and to be privately insured, an option that close to 10 percent of the population exercises.
On the side of the health care providers, there is also much diversity and decentralization. Health care is provided by hospitals (and this includes treatment by physicians within hospitals) and by private practice physicians. Hospitals may be owned by various entities, both private and public. Both private physicians and hospitals conclude agreements to become service providers for statutory health insurance schemes and these agreements are negotiated between the head associations of the health care providers and the head associations of the health insurers. German physicians are regulated primarily by state law. They form medical associations at the state level, and these state associations are affiliated with a Federal Medical Association. The medical associations are self-governing bodies. They shape the responsibilities of the medical profession in many ways, among them, by defining standards of care for medical treatments.
Malpractice and Liability Laws in Germany: The concepts of medical malpractice laws in Germany are similar to what is practiced in the United States, and are based on Germany's Civil Code provisions on liabilities derived from contracts and the tort system. Medical liability is defined as including defective treatment, erroneous diagnosis and medications, failure to provide disclosure and treatment using unauthorized means or personnel. Damages are entirely compensatory and not punitive and are based on Civil Code provisions that attribute the actual losses suffered by the patient, including loss of earnings and damages for pain and suffering.
Pros for a treatment in Germany definitely are its top notch medical facilities: German hospitals follow the highest international standards and are up-to-date with the latest medical equipment and technologies. Highly qualified physicians: Medical professionals undergo a strict and rigorous training process before they can practice their profession. Availablity of complicated medical procedures: Medical treatments that are not available in the less developed countries can be obtained in Germany. Plus the safe environment: Safety is not an issue in Germany, due to its highly stabilized society, low crime rate, and no political unrest.