University Clinic for Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Reproductive Medicine
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
I would like to welcome you to the University Clinic for Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Reproduction Medicine of the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg. Our clinic has a rich and successful 100-year tradition.
This past is our obligation to provide outstanding care and treatment for patients, research for the benefit of patients, and education and training for students and doctors.
Our patients are cared for and treated by a first-class trained team of doctors who specialize in the detection and treatment of diseases during pregnancy, high-risk births, and benign and malignant diseases of the breast, uterus, ovaries and vagina. The main focus of our clinic was and is gynaecological operations and special prenatal medicine and obstetrics.
In research, we make sure that findings are implemented as soon as possible so that scientific innovation benefits our patients.
Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Serban-Dan Costa
Visitor regulation - University Women's Hospital Magdeburg
From 28.05.2020, a new visitor regulation at the University Women's Hospital will come into force (based on the sixth regulation on measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 in Saxony-Anhalt of 26 May 2020)
In the UFK, a visit by a caregiver is permitted in all inpatient areas from this date. A visit is possible between 15.00 and 18.00 hours and should last for a maximum of one hour.
During each visit, the visitor with an authorisation certificate passes through the PräTriage and is asked about risk factors for COVID19 infection. A visit cannot take place if the party involved is suspected of infection.
The patient and visitor must wear a mouth and nose protector during the entire visit. This is provided by the UKMD.
There should be a minimum distance of 1.5 metres between patient and visitor, hugs, handshakes, etc. should not be given.
Food and drinks should not be consumed together during this time.
If the visitor has to go to the restroom, a visitor toilet should be used, but not the restroom in the patient's room.
Organisational measures must be taken to ensure that in two-bed rooms, only one person is received at a time if possible.
The accompaniment of pregnant women by a caregiver (usually the father of the child) in the delivery room is always permitted. There are no restrictions on visiting hours in this area.
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