So. Jetzt ist es soweit: Seit heute bin ich Rentnerin. Gestern habe ich den Schlüssel abgegeben, meinen Spind leer geräumt und – nach genau 17 Jahren – Abschied von der Arbeit in der Praxis genommen. Das ist ein großer Schritt für mich und Grund für einen [weiterlesen…]
Once a quarter - in the evening, when the last patient has left the practice - we occupy the waiting room and use it for special purposes. The small table comes out, the big table comes in, all suitable for our stately round. The regular meetings in full [ read more...]
I dedicate my blog post today 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, you have now become a little citizen of the earth, reaching for happiness with your little hands [ read more...]
Tara was born a few weeks ago. A strapping little girl: 51 cm tall, weighing 3780 g, a real doozy, a real progenitor, a bundle of joy!
We know Tara for a long time. For months we have accompanied her growing and becoming with joy and good wishes. From the first ultrasound picture [ read more...]
What the chancellor and the prime ministers can do, we have been able to do for a long time. Whether it's the Corona meeting, the G20 summit or the Gyn-Koe70 meeting: nowadays people confer online. And so this time we came together with the practice team for our regular meeting on Zoom.
Although we missed the Italian antipasti with which we usually - [ read more...]
Today we had another of our internal training sessions, for which our doctors kindly make themselves available on a regular basis. The topic: vaginal infections.
Complaints that indicate an infection in the intimate area are a frequent reason for visiting the gynecologist. Thus, we female employees at the reception are already [ read more...]