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We will explain to you below what is understood as planned treatment and why it is important to distinguish between planned and unplanned treatment.
We will explain to you below what is understood as unplanned treatment and why it is important to distinguish between planned and unplanned treatment.
An assessment of malpractice is made in accordance with the law of the state of treatment. This also applies to any court action and to amounts of liability.
The regulations on data protection may differ from one Member State to another. You should therefore find out in detail about the applicable data protection regulations before undergoing treatment.
You have the right to inspect your medical records in the state of treatment.
If your doctor or dentist in the state of treatment has issued a prescription, you can present it directly in the state of treatment or after returning to Germany. We will tell you what you need to look out for.
Pennefeldsweg 12 c 53177 Bonn
Phone +49 228 9530-802/800
Fax +49 228 9530-801Online contact form
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