Corona is not defeated and the virus continues to accompany us. That is why we have taken special measures at the Waldkliniken Eisenberg and are maintaining them as far as possible in order to protect our patients, our employees and our visitors from infection as much as possible.
These measures include special hygiene requirements and a clear visit policy.
The visit regulation serves to prevent infections with COVID-19 - and is based on the "Thuringian Containment Ordinance" with its current relaxed requirements, which we have appropriately adapted to our spatial possibilities.
For the Waldkliniken Eisenberg this means:
Please refrain from visiting as far as possible - the fewer people are in closed rooms, the lower the risk of infection.
Patients can register two visitors by name. As a patient, please name these people when you are admitted to our hospital. The names and telephone numbers of these people are entered in a comment field on your patient sheet as "visitors" and can then be viewed at the gate at any time when the visitors register at the reception.
Visiting time is still limited to 1 hour per day per patient and must be registered in advance.
Visitors are only allowed in after prior telephone registration - this is to prevent too many visitors from being in the house at the same time and the distance rules no longer being observed. Visits are possible between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. We cannot guarantee that all requested visits during core times, such as Sunday afternoons, too, are possible.
Registered visitors can only register here between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
register by telephone for an appointment:
Monday to Friday at 036691 8-1710
on weekends at 036691 8 - 1435
Monday to Friday at 036691 8-1720
on weekends under 036691 8 - 1454
Monday to Friday at 036691 8 - 1731
on weekends at 036691 8 - 1458
Monday to Friday at 036691 8 - 1751
on weekends at 036691 8 - 1215
Monday to Friday at 036691 8 - 1799
on weekends at 036691 8 - 1118
Deviations from the registration and visiting times are only possible in exceptional cases (palliative patients, pastors, supervisors - and after consultation with the treating doctor).
If you as a patient have an appointment in our outpatient clinic, it is still not possible for someone to accompany you. Due to the spatial situation with the distance regulation, there is enough space in the waiting areas for our patients, but we cannot generally let in accompanying persons.
Excluded from this are persons accompanying minors, persons who urgently need assistance in getting around, persons under care and after explicit consultation with the treating doctor.
Only in these exceptional cases does the strict rule apply that a maximum of one accompanying person may accompany you.
"Safety first" is our motto
As we all know, Corona is not defeated and the virus continues to accompany us. That is why we have taken very special measures at the forest clinics to protect our patients, our employees and our visitors from infection as much as possible.
Some of these measures have been in place with us since the beginning of the pandemic - and they are constantly being further developed. Here is an overview:
The area for corona patients is strictly isolated from all other areas
At Waldkliniken Eisenberg, face masks are compulsory for all patients and outpatient visitors - all employees of the forest clinics have been wearing face masks since March 17th
A Corona-Screening has also been taking place for all employees (including administration or cleaning) since March 17th - once a week! Many hospitals have now adopted this model. In this way we try to rule out that employees could carry the virus into our house
At the entrance to our clinics, everyone who enters our house has a fever
Hand disinfection is mandatory
All patients who want to have an operation with us or have an emergency operation are tested for Corona
For operations that can be planned, this takes place preoperatively max. 72 hours before surgery
Clear distance regulations apply in all areas of the house - both in the patient rooms and in the waiting areas of the outpatient departments as well as in the corridors
Patients for the outpatient departments are only admitted 20 minutes before the appointment in order to avoid "traffic jams"
The visit regulation will be adapted to the possibilities and requirements. Since July 2 registered visitors per patient have been allowed to pre-register for a visit for 1 hour per day
Admission to our outpatient clinics is exclusively reserved for patients without an accompanying person
The patient garden remains closed so that visiting rules are not bypassed