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Information on the Coronavirus situation
Special rules due to the corona-pandemic

Unfortunately, due to the current high incidence in our region, our clinics, MVZ specialist practices and therapy centers can only offer limited services. All emergencies and all medically necessary examinations and treatments will certainly continue to be carried out. The maternity department is also there for you 24/7 without any restrictions.

However, some treatments and examinations are postponed in justifiable cases - both in the outpatient and inpatient sector. The clinic approaches the affected patients. The geriatric day-care clinic at the Husum site is also currently suspended. 

The clinic administration asks for your understanding for these measures.

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, various rules continue to apply to our patients, visitors and accompanying persons in our clinic. Please also note our hygiene and distance rules. Please note our access rules. (please see below).

Last updated on January 6th, 2022

Since December 30th, 2021, we have restricted all visits.

Visits are unfortunately only possible to a very limited extent:

  • One accompanying person (vaccinated, recovered or tested) may accompany a pregnant woman to the clinic for delivery.
  • After consulting the attending physician, individual visits can also be made to very seriously ill patients.
  • After consulting the attending physician, individual visitors can also bid farewell to the dying patient.

The person must present a negative antigen or PCR test that is not older than 24 hours. This applies regardless of the vaccination or recovery status.

Due to the current pandemic situation, some rules for visitors and accompanying persons apply in our clinic. Please also note our hygiene and distance rules. We ask for your cooperation and understanding.

Further Information on the obstetrics in the clinic Husum

The department of obstetrics provides medical care for normal deliveries and c-sections at any time. The full extent of medical and nursing treatment is ensured during the whole stay. Unfortunately, accompanying patients to medical outpatient controls, consultations hours or to conversations about birth planning is currently not allowed.

With the start of the birth, ONE accompanying person is allowed. This companion may also stay with the mother and child in the family room during the subsequent inpatient stay. The accompanying person is admitted to the hospital, receives a bed and takes part in the catering. As soon as the accompanying person leaves the clinic, a return to mother and child is only possible according to the valid visiting regulations. (please so below)

The pregnant women, mothers and the respective accompanying person will be tested for Covid-19 at admission and then frequently onwards.

A registration for the birth is not necessary. The clinic admits women for delivery at any time.

Prior to birth, we provide two apartments for pregnant women form the (undiked) islands. They offer room for ONE additional person.

For further information please contact: 04841 660-1285.

Current visiting regulations

A visit stop has been in effect at the North Friesland Clinic since December 30, 2021.

Visits are unfortunately only possible to a very limited extent:

  • One accompanying person (vaccinated, recovered or tested) may accompany a pregnant woman to the clinic for delivery.
  • After consulting the attending physician, individual visits can also be made to very seriously ill patients.
  • After consulting the attending physician, individual visitors can also bid farewell to the dying patient.

However, the entry into Klinikum Nordfriesland is only possible, when presenting a negative antigen or PCR test that is not older than 24 hours. This applies regardless of the vaccination or recovery status.

Person that
... have a respiratory disease or
... have returned from an international high-risk area or virus variant area or
... who were currently in contact with a person suffering from Covid,
unfortunately cannot come to the clinic as a visitor or companion for pregnant women.

Clothes, books and other things for the patients ...
... can be handed in in the viewing areas of the clinics. The bags, rucksacks or sacks are then brought to the patients by the clinic staff. This also applies in the opposite case: Bags that are to be returned home from the sickroom can be brought to the inspection area and relatives can pick them up there.

At our clinics in Husum und Niebüll, we have established test centers. 

A list of the test centers in North Frisia can be found here.

Exceptional visiting rules only apply in special exceptional cases in compliance with high security requirements. This must be agreed with the attending physician.

 

Patients in outpatient departments, practices, start-up practices and therapy centers

All outpatients who have an appointment in a specialist practice, an outpatient clinic or a therapy center at Klinikum Nordfriesland must present a negative antigen or PCR test that is not older than 24 hours. This applies regardless of the vaccination or recovery status.

If taking a test is required before the treatment appointment, please remember to allow sufficient time for this, so that you can be on time for the appointment.

The Husum and Niebüll clinics have test centers in front of the respective main entrances.

Accompanying patients to outpatient departments and practices

In the case of outpatient treatment in the emergency rooms, the outpatient departments and the MVZ specialist practices of the clinic, a healthy companion may only come along in exceptional situations. Exceptions only exist for ...

  • a healthy parent in the case of underage children,
  • the healthy legal representative of a patient who is not able to act alone,
  • (if possible and necessary) people to resolve communication problems.

Regardless of the proof of vaccination or recovery, an additional proof of a negative antigen and PCR tests, the results of which must not be older than 24 hours is required to gain access. 

If a test is required before the treatment appointment, please remember to allow sufficient time for this so that you can be on time for the appointment.

The Husum and Niebüll clinics have test centers in front of the respective main entrances.

Inspection area and registration

Inspection area
The entrance areas in the clinics Husum and Niebüll have installed inspections areas. People that enter the building have to register there and will be informed about the valid hygiene rules and visiting regulations. Also you will be asked for a valid Covid19-test or proof of vaccination or revovery. Testing can also be provided.

Registration via Luca App (Husum and Niebüll)
When entering the clinic, you can also register via the Luca App. The necessary QR-Code is displayed at the inspection area. Please remember to check out after your stay at the clinic.

 

Availability by phone

You can find a phone beside every patient bed. The corresponding extension is noted there. Thus, patients can take incoming calls from relatives or acquaintances free of charge. No registration is required! The daily phone fees lapse until further notice. For outgoing calls, patients have to register the phone and the used units will be charged at the end of the stay.

Obligation to wear a medical mask and follow hygiene rules

A mouth-nose-protection has to be worn continuously during your stay at the clinic in all buildings. To protect our patients and employees we have to advise to comply with the valid hygiene rules at any time. Please wear a medical mask. A mouth-nose-protection made out of fabric is not allowed.

The mask has to be worn continuously at the patient’s room, also.

Please mind to keep distance and follow the regulations for the elevator usage. Please do not sit down on the patient’s bed.

Hand disinfection

Patients and healthy accompanying people must disinfect hands when they enter and again when they are leaving the clinic. Also frequent disinfections "in between" are useful. Dispensers are abundant!

Test Center Clinic Husum and Niebüll

Clinic Husum (in front of the main entrance),
Erichsenweg 16

Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday, public holidays: 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Klinik Niebüll (in front of the main entrance),
Gather Landstrasse 75

Monday-Friday: 7.30 a.m.-6.30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday, public holidays: 3.30 p.m.-6.30 p.m.

The Inselklinik Föhr-Amrum does not have its own test facilities.
Information on further test offers in the North Friesland district can be found here.

We ask for your understanding

Thank you very much for your compliance, support and understanding.

Let us work together to ensure that the Covid-19 virus does not have a chance to spread.

A final request: The rules presented here were laid down by the management of the Klinikum Nordfriesland to protect patients, employees and visitors. The viewing areas and all employees act within the framework of these specifications.
Exceptions to these rules can neither be granted by the viewing areas, the information, the patient management nor other employees of the hospital. We would therefore like to ask you very much to avoid such discussions - especially in the viewing areas - as these disrupt the process considerably.

If you see any reason to complain or have suggestions for a better procedure, please contact beschwerde@klinikum-nf.de, stating your name, the clinic location and the date. We will then contact you.

Your team
Klinikum Nordfriesland

Information on Covid-19

You can reach out for further Information here: 
116 117 - Bereitschaftsdienst der Kassenärztlichen Vereinigung
0431 7970-0001 (working days 8-18 hrs) - Bürgertelefon des Land Schleswig-Holstein
04841 67-755 - Hotline des Kreisgesundheitsamtes Nordfriesland

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