Frequently asked Questions (FAQ)
1. How are MEOCLINIC’s services billed?
As a private hospital, MEOCLINIC, and all its departments at the medical centre and the ward, welcomes privately insured and direct paying clients. Patients eligible for state benefits must take note of relevant individual conditions. Services are billed in accordance with the official German Medical Fee Schedule (GOÄ).
2. Will my health insurance cover the costs of treatment at MEOCLINIC?
All private health insurers will cover the costs of treatment. Statutory health insurance funds and substitute health insurance funds will not cover the costs. Alternatively, however, people insured with these funds can receive treatment at MEOCLINIC, provided they cover the costs themselves.
3. I’ve decided to pay for the costs of my treatment myself. What costs should I expect?
MEOCLINIC’s staff will be happy to provide you with an individual quote. This means the costs will be fully transparent to you in advance. The Patient Management department will be happy to deal with all enquiries between 8.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. Monday to Thursday and between 8.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. on Fridays. You can contact us by telephone on +49 30 2094 6607.
4. Does MEOCLINIC also offer a preventative health care programme?
MEOCLINIC offers you a comprehensive, age-appropriate check-up or preventative health care programme. Further information can be found on our website under MEOCHECK.
5. What surgical spectrum does MEOCLINIC offer?
The surgical spectrum at the international private clinic ranges from plastic/cosmetic surgery to dentistry, with all medical specialties benefiting from next-generation technology and the best possible equipment in our operating theatres. MEOCLINIC always strives to provide the least invasive operating techniques. For our patients, that means low-impact interventions and careful pain therapy. The latest and safest anaesthesia processes, including all current local anaesthetic techniques, guarantee the highest possible safety and the best possible treatment before, during, and after your surgery.