There is always something to tell ...
In regular blog posts, our staff member Hille Franke describes observations and impressions from the practice. News or tips that are interesting for a gynaecological practice also have their place here. It's worth a click!
New in the team:
As of October 1, Ms. Stefanie Schmitt has joined us. Thus we are - after a long search - finally a complete team again and are very happy! Ms. Schmitt has recently completed her training as a business [read more...]
New acquisition of the ultrasound device:
Technical heart of the practice
At this point, I must devote a little time to technology - or more precisely, to the medical technology at the heart of the practice. After all, what would our prenatal diagnostics be without a high-tech ultrasound machine? From the very beginning, ultrasound diagnostics [read more...]
Lothar is here!
Today's blog post is dedicated to Lothar: Lothar is the son of our colleague and co-worker Saskia Hauber, who recently became a mother. Congratulations, dear Saskia! Welcome, dear Lothar! Yes Lothar, here you are [read more...]
Prenatal DNA test:
Health insurance coverage if indicated
We have been offering the non-invasive prenatal test (NIPT) for trisomies 13,18 and 21 (Down syndrome) in our practice for many years. Since 1.7.2022, if there is an indication and after careful consultation with the [read more...]
Search for the lifesaver:
Defi? What is a defi?
"Where is actually the nearest defibrillator?" - the question that arose during our emergency seminar is still waiting for an answer: my search for the "defi" started with google. Sure. After some wandering through [read more...]
Emergency seminar: Training for the moment X
A few days ago we had our regular training "Resuscitation and emergencies in the doctor's office" again. Every two years we practice cardiac massage, ventilation and how to use the defibrillator: "What to do?" in case of an emergency. Fortunately, there were [read more...]
Corona Booster during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Vaccination against Covid 19 for pregnant and breastfeeding women has been recommended since September 2021. Nevertheless, the need for counselling regarding basic immunisation and booster vaccination is still high. The worries of parents-to-be and the fear of doing something wrong [read more...]