Please call on the day of admission between 8:30 and 9:00h (please do not call before 8:30h) to confirm your appointment.
Appointment confirmation :Phone +49 511-532 3266
In general, the admission time in our clinic is scheduled for 11:00 -11:30h.
Please bring the following things with you
- Documents: Referral for admission
- Physician letters (copies)
- Medical findings (copies)
- Vaccination card
- Completed questionnaire (if it was sent to you in advance)
- Medication which is necessary for the current treatment
- Inhalation aid (if necessary), e.g. Aerochamber®
- Washing utensils (towels and washcloths are provided)
- Do not forget your favorite toys !
Where do you report for admission?
With the admission form, please first go to the registration desk at the entrance of the pediatric clinic
(Building K10). You will then be taken to the ward with the documents created there.
You will receive further information about the ward facilities on site.
Our patients are accommodated in double rooms. If medically necessary, a single accommodation of your child is also possible. Although the Pediatric Clinic was not built to accommodate parents in the same room, we try our best to provide a parent with a place to stay (e.g. a folding bed) if desired.
In addition, with the support of donations, we have furnished several apartments on the MHH premises and organized overnight accommodations in nearby hotels.
If a parent is admitted as an inpatient because of a medical necessity (e.g. breastfeeding an infant), he or she will receive all meals in the MHH canteen. The costs for this are covered by health insurance. All other relatives can also eat lunch in the cafeteria for a fee. Breakfast and dinner are only provided for patients and accompanying parents.
There are no fixed visiting hours on ward 63.
Visits are basically possible at any time. Between 13:00-14:00h the shift change at the nurses station takes place with a longer handover time. In order to avoid waiting times, you should not plan visits for this time.
From about 22:00h onwards, all children should start their night's rest so that a natural day-night rhythm can develop, which is important for the patients' recovery. In special situations, however, you can also stay with your child during the night.
Of course, siblings, grandparents and friends may also visit your child. There is no age limit for visitors. However, out of consideration for the other patients in the same room, not too many people should visit your child at the same time.
If the siblings suffer from a feverish infection, diarrhoea or a childhood disease such as chickenpox, they are not allowed to enter the ward during this time.
Ward 63 is managed by Professor Dr. Baumann as the senior physician in charge.
Prof. Dr. Baumann does his round on Fridays at 9:00h. On Tuesdays the head physician round with Prof. Dr. Hansen takes place. Other senior physicians are consulted for special questions.
In addition to a specialist in further training as a pneumologist, an assistant doctor in further training as a pediatrician looks after the ward.
Head Ward Care Service for ward 63 is Mrs. Anna-Lena Warmbold (deputy: Mrs. Abidi). Trained pediatric nurses work the ward in shifts. In addition, patients are cared for by nursing staff in training as pediatric nurses.
During the inpatient stay, our psychosocial team is at your service if necessary.
Protestant, Catholic and Muslim hospital chaplains are available day and night to accompany you and your family during the time your child is in the clinic and to provide spiritual support if necessary.
Contact person: Mrs. Bruhn-Keymling (Phone: +49 511 532-5474).
Leisure time and school
All children can, if medically possible, go to the "Spieloase" on weekdays. The "Spieloase" is a mixture of kindergarten and playground, which is looked after by educators. On the ward we also have a lounge with games and books, as well as a Teens room with 2 computers with internet access. A TV is available in each patient room. Please make sure that your child does not watch television continously. School-age children, staying with us for a longer period of time, are taught by teachers of the hospital school.
Usually the daily round by a specialist physician takes place between 9:00-11:00h. On Tuesdays there is a head physician's round, on Mondays and Fridays a senior physician's round. During these rounds, we not only examine your child, but also discuss the current findings and further planning of your stay with you. In addition, the rounds offer you the opportunity to ask your questions.
In urgent cases, appointments can also be arranged.
We will discuss important medical results that become apparent during the course of the day with you personally as soon as we have them.
Ward 63 has 20 rooms, which are normally occupied by 2 patients each. Most of the rooms have a shower, all rooms have a washing facility. All rooms have access to a balcony.