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During your stay

Eating and Drinking
In our establishment, eating and drinking is considered to be a part of the treatment. It is our objective to provide you with a day by day, high quality, fresh, tasty and diverse diet. Every day you have the possibility to select a menu of the day from our weekly meal plan according to your individual taste and appetite. The meal plans are placed in your room. Every meal also includes a vegetarian option and we try to satisfy your individual requirements as a patient. The nursing staff will inform you of the diet which has been planned for you during your stay

Visiting Hours
We do not have strict visiting hours as we look forward to your visit at any time. However, we do recommend rest periods between 12:00 - 14:00 and 21:00 - 08:00.

Opening times:

  • Monday to Friday
    07:00 - 11:00 and
    11:30 - 18:00
  • Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays
    09:30 - 17:00

Church Services

  • “Mutterhauskapelle” (entrance via the ground floor of the hospital):
    Sunday 10:00 – Protestant service
    Saturday 18:00 – Catholic Saturday evening mass
    Both of these services are broadcast in the hospital rooms via the church channel (TV channel 02 “Kirche im Diako”).
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday at 13:30 - Catholic Eucharistic mass
  • Room of silence in the elevated ground level of the Geriatric Rehabilitation Clinic (entrance via the elevated ground level of the hospital):
    Wednesday 18:00 - ecumenical service
    Thursday 18:00 - Catholic Eucharistic mass
  • Individual church service at the patient’s bed on request

Telephone, TV and Radio
To make use of the service components telephone, television and radio, you require headphones, which are available at reception against payment.

Physiotherapy treatment is based on the discomforts and physical dysfunctions of the patient. Special therapeutic techniques can prevent, eliminate or improve bodily dysfunctions. Based on a specific physiotherapeutic result, it is aimed at the respective current symptoms of the patient. A variety of treatment methods are provided.

On your release, you receive a preliminary release report from your ward physician. We kindly ask you to submit this report to your family physician as soon as possible to enable further treatment. We kindly ask you to make a note of any tips and advice given to you by our therapists, nursing staff and your ward physicians. A detailed report will be sent to your family physician by post. Should you continue to receive nursing care (e.g. in a nursing home or through a welfare center), you will receive an additional nursing report.

An example for our lunch
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