Dr.med. P. Ferdinand

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Dr.med. P. Ferdinand

FA Augenheilkunde

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Meckenheimer Allee 81
53115 Bonn
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0228 636901
Dr.med. P. Ferdinand
Dr.med. P. Ferdinand
Meckenheimer Allee 81
53115 Bonn

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    • 1 Vertrauensverhältnis
    • 1 Eingebunden
    • 1 Qualität d. Behandlung
    • 1 Beratung
    • 1 Fachliche Kompetenz
    • 1 Organisation der Praxis
    • - Barrierefreiheit
    • 5 Wartezeit auf Termin
    • - Wartezeit in Wartezimmer

    I am an Italian-born who has been living in Germany for almost a year. I am privately health insured, so whenever I go to a doctor I am given a form to fill in with all my details and my signature, and I am sent an invoice at home. I then forward that invoice to my insurance and with the money they put on my account I pay the doctor. I went to see Doctor Ferdinand and, realizing that I am not German, the nurse did not even want to give me the form because she would not believe I live in Germany. I either had to pay in advance or show evidence that I was not lying. I was literally told to my face that this is not the way they would have treated a German, but since I am foreigner (meaning I do not sound and look German) they could not trust my word and my signature as they would have done with a German (who by the way could very well not live in Germany). I asked to talk directly to Doctor Ferdinand to explain the situation but he would not even bother to come out of his office (note, he had time as I had an appointment with him) unless I paid him. This happened in front of other patients and I have never felt so humiliated and insulted in my life. I have lived in the United Kingdom, United States and Thailand and I have never received such a treatment. Of course by law he can choose not to treat a private patient, but if everybody behaves like him towards foreigners, how can we ever see a doctor in Germany? Of course, one could pay all doctors in advance (although I pay enough in insurance to have to advance money to them as well...), but why this presumption of guilt if you are a foreigner when they are more than happy to trust a privately insured German patient?

    • 1 Vertrauensverhältnis
    • 1 Eingebunden
    • 1 Qualität d. Behandlung
    • 1 Beratung
    • 1 Fachliche Kompetenz
    • 1 Organisation der Praxis
    • - Barrierefreiheit
    • - Wartezeit auf Termin
    • - Wartezeit in Wartezimmer

    ...wenn man gesetzlich ist, dann kann man über 6 Monate auf ein Termin warten, außer wenn man selbst Zahler oder privat Part. ist kommt man gleich ran.... da fällt mir nur noch zwei Klassengesellschaft ein, schade.

    • - Vertrauensverhältnis
    • - Eingebunden
    • - Qualität d. Behandlung
    • - Beratung
    • - Fachliche Kompetenz
    • - Organisation der Praxis
    • - Barrierefreiheit
    • 5 Wartezeit auf Termin
    • 4 Wartezeit in Wartezimmer

    Umfassende Untersuchung und Beratung. Hervorheben möchte ich das Einfühlungsvermögen und die Menschlichkeit im Umgang mit dem Patienten.