neurologie-1070-wien

ultraschalluntersuchungen

neurologische-ordination

spannungskopfschmerzen

General Information and Contact

Our address

neurologische-praxis-1070-wien
1070 Wien, Siebensterngasse 27/1
Tel.: 01-522 07 22, Fax: 01-522 07 22 – 22
Mail: birgit.glawar@wienerneurologe.at
Web: www.wienerneurologe.at

The practice is barrier-free, suitable for patients who use a wheelchair and located on the ground floor. In addition, it can be entered directly from the street, which makes access even easier.

How to get here

by public transport:
tramway 49, underground U3 or U2, bus 13A

by car:
Parking space is scarce in the 7th district, however, indoor parking is available at Stiftsgarage or Gerngroßgarage (approx. 250 m from the practice).

Our opening hours

Monday
13:00 bis 18:00

Tuesday
13:00 bis 18:00

Wednesday
10:00 bis 18:00

Thursday
13:00 bis 18:00

Please make appointments by phone.

Inquiries via e-mail will be dealt with on the next working day. If necessary, we will contact you as soon as possible. Please respect that I cannot answer medical questions via e-mail.

Please help us minimize waiting time and be punctual for your appointment.
If you are unable to keep your appointment, please let us know at least 2 working days in advance. If you do, we are able to reallocate the appointment to another patient who has already been waiting.

Appointments can be booked during opening hours. Please leave a message on the answerphone if you call outside opening hours. We will get back to you as soon as possible, on the next working day at the latest.

neurologe-1070For your own safety please consider the following:

If you have severe symptoms which have to be checked immediately and if you are not able to reach me, please call the ambulance (telephone number 144). This is particularly important if signs of suspected stroke occur (e.g. sudden weakness of one side of the body, speech problems, unprecedented severe headache etc.).

 

Private Medical Practitioner

As private medical practitioner I am not contracted with health insurance companies. At the end of a visit you will receive a fee note and we would like to ask you to pay the amount in cash or by bank card.

You can submit the fee note to your insurance company, which will refund a part of the amount (up to 80 per cent of the insurance tariff). A private health insurance which includes outpatient services will usually cover the complete amount.

We will help you submit your fee note if required.

Please do not send medical records or any other health-related information via e-mail for reasons of data protection.