More than 500 Berlin medical practices offer free medical treatment to refugees from Ukraine

More than 500 medical practices in Berlin have responded to an inquiry by the Berlin Association of Health Fund Doctors (Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Berlin) and offered free medical and psychological assistance to people who have fled war-torn Ukraine.

List of offices can be found on the KV Berlin website

The board of Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Berlin is pleased with such a response: “This is a strong signal from Berlin doctors, which we are very happy about. We thank all doctors and psychotherapists for this great willingness to help.”

A list of offices offering free medical care has already been made available on the KV Berlin website. The list also includes information on language skills.

Most doctors and psychotherapists provide assistance in their own offices. However, there are some doctors and psychotherapists who have agreed to provide care and treatment in refugee centers.

Inquiries can be directed to the dedicated email address [email protected]

Outside office hours and in case of emergency, refugees or possibly those caring for them can contact the KV doctors on duty or call the KV Berlin headquarters on 116117, who will send the doctors on duty to them if necessary.

If you have questions about outpatient medical and psychotherapeutic care for Ukrainian refugees residing in the German capital, you can contact the Berlin Association of Health Insurance Physicians by writing to: [email protected].

Source: www.bz-berlin.de, insidegermany.co

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