Covid Focus Practice
As a Corona focal point practice, we try to make our contribution to overcoming the pandemic in the Wiesloch area and to assist patients with complaints, worries and fears.
In a corona specialist practice, the diagnosis of a corona disease is primarily confirmed by means of Covid Testing confirmed. In addition, infected and potentially infected patients with mild and moderate illness are cared for as long as outpatient care is medically justifiable.
We can unreservedly recommend: Get vaccinated!
All experts agree: only better vaccination coverage can curb the explosion in incidence. Please be in solidarity for our country and for the lives of the elderly and vulnerable and help overcome the pandemic.
Vaccination appointments for initial and booster vaccinations can be booked in the MVZ Wiesloch exclusively online bookable .
Please understand that we do NOT havewaiting lists.
Also, for our convenience, please do not contact us by phone regarding vaccination issues. There is no information other than what is available on our website.
If no appointments are available right now, please try again a few days later or take advantage of other vaccination services in the area. We are constantly adjusting our vaccination capacities.
Please remember to bring the following documents with you to your vaccination appointment!
Vaccination appointment mRNA vaccine
- Information sheet mRNA vaccine
- Medical history form mRNA vaccine
- Form My vaccinations
- Vaccination certificate
- Identity card
- Insurance card
Answers to frequently asked questions:
The Standing Commission on Vaccination (STIKO) recommends a 2nd booster vaccination for groups of people who are particularly at risk or exposed to health risks.
Individuals who have experienced SARS-CoV-2 infection after basic immunization or after booster vaccination are recommended to receive booster vaccination only after an interval of 6 months
Earliest 3 months after the 1st booster vaccination:
- All persons from 70 years
- Persons with immune deficiencies from 5 years of age
- Residents and persons cared for in nursing facilities
Not earlier than 6 months after the 1st booster vaccination:
- All persons willing to be vaccinated / we vaccinate from the age of 12.
Then book hereyour appointment with the doctor of your choice.
We offer a PCR acute test, the result of which will be given to you on the spot after 15-30 minutes. The cost of this test is 79 €. They are not reimbursed by health insurance.
The PCR acute test cannot be used for “free testing” after infections, as this methodology does not detect the Ct value.
You are considered Covid infected.
This is not threatening to you at first, but for the protection of others you must quarantine yourself immediately.
Medical treatment is not necessary unless you get pronounced shortness of breath or other severe symptoms.
In this case, please make an appointment for a separate, isolated consultation.
Please also note the following information sheet.
We will be happy to issue and send you a sick note. For this purpose, please send us an email to email@example.com.
Please follow the instructions in the leaflet below.
- Contact person without symptoms
To exclude infection after contact with a possibly infected person, a rapid antigen test is usually sufficient. This is not offered by the MVZ. Please contact the test stations in the area.
- Symptomatic patient: PCR test + possibly rapid test
In order to reliably exclude a Corona infection in the case of symptoms (complaints), a PCR test must be carried out (paid for by the health insurance).
In order to rule out a Covid infection with certainty, a swab must be taken that collects sufficient material for examination from the mucous membranes. To do this, we need to take a swab in the nose or mouth and nose, depending on the test. This is uncomfortable due to the deep penetration of the test stick into the respective orifice, but is generally well tolerated. The swab takes about 10 seconds.
A corona smear is recommended to rule out corona infection. You can book an appointment here.
With any infection, it makes sense to stay at home so as not to infect anyone, even with banal viral infections (non-corona). “Symptomatic measures” such as taking paracetamol or ibuprofen help get over the discomfort. You should also drink at least 2 litres of fluid per day if possible.
If you need a sick note, you can also get it at the Corona window counter of the MVZ Wiesloch (parking deck of the Ärztehaus).