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Information on the coronavirus

Phone line for counselling people with Corona-19 fear

Phone number: +49 7071 29-62500

Psycho-social support

Phone number: +49 7071-29 62500

Current regulations

Visits by sick relatives and accompaniment to outpatient appointments are possible to a limited extent.

In order to ensure the greatest possible safety for patients and staff, visiting opportunities are clearly limited and strictly monitored by the staff of the University Hospital. Before entering the clinic, a health check and contact details registrationwill be carried out at the entrance controls. Please note that a negative rapid antigen test for entry into the clinic is valid for 24 hours, a negative PCR test for 48 hours.

Vaccination certificates digital only!

Vaccination certificates may only be presented in digital form with a verifiable QR code (either on a smartphone or in printed form).

The 2G plus rule applies to visitors, and the 3G rule applies to patients and medically necessary accompanying persons.
  • Outpatients and inpatients as well as medically necessary accompanying persons can only enter the clinic with 3G proof. This means that they must be fully vaccinated, recovered orhave tested negative. Emergency patients are exempt from this rule; they will be tested in the targeted areas.
  • In the pediatric clinic, children 4 weeks of age and older must present a negative test. A student ID card does not count as proof at the pediatric clinic. In all other clinics, testing is not required for children under the age of 6. From 6 years of age, the student ID card is considered proof of testing. Other regulations may apply in individual clinics/departments.
  • For visiting and other external persons, the 2G plus rule applies: access is only possible for fully vaccinated or recovered persons with an additional negative Corona test.
  • For external, manual personnel, the 2G rule only applies if they work in areas close to the patient. In areas away from the patient or in areas separated from the patient area by structural measures (e.g. fixed dust and partition walls), the 3G regulation applies to them.

Health check and contact details registration

Health check

All patients, their accompanying persons as well as visitors and other external persons must register with their contact detailsand complete a questionnaire before entering the clinic. The health check and the registration of contact details take place at the entrance control.

You are welcome to complete the questionnaire at home the day before and bring it with you.

Download questionnaire (EN)

Download questionnaire (AR)


Please note further information at the entrances.


Contact data registration


We recommend the use of the Luca app to gain access to the clinic.For the purpose of providing information to the public health department or the local police, the hospital is obliged under §§16 and 25 lfSG to collect and store contact details of visitors, accompanying persons and other external persons.

At all clinic entrances, we offer the option of submitting the required contact data via the Luca app. Alternatively, the contact details can be left by analogue means (in writing).

Corona test sites at the University Hospital Tübingen

There are two official Corona citizen testing stationson the grounds of the University Hospital.

The opening hours are daily from 6:30 to 20 o'clock.

Main entrance Crona Clinics, Hoppe-Seyler-Strasse 3, 72076 Tübingen

Entrance University Women's Hospital, Calwerstraße 7, 72076 Tübingen

Current access regulation

Patients

For all patients, in-patients as well as out-patients, the 3G-regulation applies, they must either be proven to be fully vaccinated, recovered or tested negative - this also applies to children from the age of 6. Proof of testing for them is their student ID card.

In the pediatric clinic, children 4 weeks of age and older must show a negative test. A student ID card does not count as proof in the pediatric clinic. Other regulations may apply in individual clinics/departments.

Non-immunized, outpatients bring the certificate of a Corona test with them.
Corona citizen test centres are located on the premises.

A rapid antigen test is valid for 24 hours, a PCR test for 48 hours.


  • Inpatients (also in the paediatric clinic) are tested on admission to the ward.
  • If therapies that are not medically urgent have to be postponed, affected patients are informed proactively and in good time by the clinic. Calls by patients are not necessary.
  • The University Hospital contacts all patients by telephone the day before their appointment and inquires about their state of health.
  • Patients will be admitted to the clinic buildings no earlier than 45 minutes prior to their appointment. As few people as possible should be in the waiting areas at all times. Patients should leave the clinic quickly after an appointment.
  • There are currently no open consultation hours at the University Hospital Tübingen: Patients can only come to the clinic by appointment or as an emergency.

The University Hospital of Tübingen has established the following procedure for the protection of its patients and employees:

Certificates for exemption from wearing a mouth-nose protection (MNS) presented at the hospital entrances will be checked again by a specialist.

Whether the wearing of an MNS can then actually be dispensed with for health reasons is decided within the framework of this medical case-by-case examination by the doctors responsible for COVID in the respective clinics and departments on site in the entrance area. They determine whether access to the hospital can be granted without a mask.

Accompanying persons

Accompanying persons

Patients may be accompanied by a person (in thepaediatric clinic by a parent) during emergencies and outpatient appointments in medically necessary cases. Accompaniments that are not medically necessaryare not permitted. Upon entering the clinic, there will be a Health check and contact information registration..

Medical reasons for an escort are

  • physical or cognitive limitations
  • language barriers
  • complex diagnostic and therapeutic discussions.

Medically necessary escorts must present proof of 3G, i.e., be fully vaccinated, recovered, or tested negative.
At Children's Hospital, the 3G rule applies to outpatient escorts and the 2G plus rule applies to inpatient escorts; accompanying parents of hospitalized children are also tested twice a week at Children's Hospital.

Corona citizen testing sites are located on the premises. A negative rapid antigen test is valid for admission to the hospital for 24 hours, a negative PCR test for 48 hours.


External persons are required to wear an FFP2 mask. These are handed out at the clinic entrances.


Visitors

Visitors

Visits are possible daily between 1 pm and 6 pmand are limited to a duration of one hour .
Each patient can receive one visitor per day.

Upon entering the hospital, there will be a Health check and contact details registration.
corona citizen test stations are located on the premises.


The following visiting arrangements apply:

  • The 2G plus rule applies: visiting persons must generally be proven tobefully vaccinated or recovered and must provide proof of a negative Corona test. Test certificates from doctors' surgeries, pharmacies or test centres approved by the public health department (citizen test centre) are permitted. Alternatively, proof of testing by the visiting person's employer is valid. A rapid antigen test is valid for 24 hours, a PCR test for 48 hours.
  • Each patient isonlyallowedone visitor per day.
  • In the pediatric clinic, one adult visitor is allowed per day, provided no parent stays overnight with the child. Visiting minor siblings are not permitted.
  • Visitors must always observe the distance rules during their stay at the clinic and wear an FFP2 mask. This will be handed out at the entrances.

Please note that in some sensitive ward areas (e.g. intensive care, oncology, haematology, geriatrics) further restrictions on visiting hours may apply.

  • who have symptoms of a respiratory infection or a raised temperature
  • who have had contact with a person with Covid-19 or an unrebutted suspected case in the last 14 days, or
  • who have themselves been ill with Covid-19 in the last four weeks or who have had a suspected case of the disease that has not been proven to be refuted.

Other external persons

External persons

External persons must present a 2G plus certificate.

For external, manual personnel, a 2G certificate is only required if they work in areas close to the patient. In areas away from patients or in areas separated from the patient area by structural measures (e.g. fixed dust and movable walls), the 3G regulation applies to them.

External persons are required to wear an FFP2 mask in the clinics. These will be handed out at the clinic entrances.

Upon entering the clinic, there will be a Health check and contact data registration.

  • skilled craftsmen and technical personnel, field staff and fitters
  • taxi services, male and female drivers, male and female suppliers
  • external guests such as job applicants, pharmaceutical sales representatives
  • representatives of public authorities
  • members of self-help groups, support associations and volunteers
  • external therapeutic personnel
  • external meeting participants and lecturers
  • etc.

General information

Patient events will still not be held.
The University Women's Hospital offers some of its courses and events online via webinars or videos. You can find all the information on the University Women's Hospital website: www.uni-frauenklinik-tuebingen.de.

Live Ticker on current coronavirus cases at the University Hospital of Tübingen

Live ticker

on the current coronavirus cases at Tübingen University Hospital

Corona Live Ticker

Covid-19 studies currently being conducted at the University Hospital of Tübingen:

The studies mentioned here are a selection of the Corona studies conducted at the hospital.

The Department of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine is participating in a new observational study investigating the effectiveness of preventive, self-administered corona testing.

Pupils and teaching staff of the Geschwister-Scholl-Schule and the Dorfacker- and Köstlinschule in Tübingen have the opportunity to perform a corona test independently from home by means of a throat swab.

The results of the pilot project will show whether such preventive testing can contribute to safe school operation during the corona virus pandemic in order to avoid possible school closures.

From the summer holidays to the autumn holidays, all participants in the study can take the test several times and free of charge.
Participation in the study is voluntary, the test kits are provided by the company Centogene.

Click here for a SWR report on the "Corona test campaign at Tübingen schools".

More about the Corona children study



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The University Medicine Network

In order to strengthen and bundle know-how and resources in researching and combating Covid-19, the BMBF is funding the establishment of the Network University Medicine (NUM), which is coordinated by the Charité and encompasses the entire German university medicine.

Within the framework of the NUM, the participating university hospitals are researching very different aspects of Covid-19 in twelve projects. Due to the cooperative, structure-building character of the projects and activities of the network, an important contribution is thus being made to the optimised handling of future pandemics (keyword Pandemic Preparedness).

Press releases and media contributions

Offers at the clinic

Crisis telephone for Corona-Angst

The services offered by the Centre for Mental Health (ZPG) are aimed at all those affected in acute situations who are looking for advice. Crisis intervention is designed to counteract the worries, fears, depression, frustration during quarantine, feelings of isolation, or despondency caused by the corona virus.

The hotline of the crisis telephone is available at

07071 29-62500

Learn more

Psycho-social support for COVID-19 patients at the hospital and their relatives

The Centre for Mental Health (ZPG) offers specific counselling and support for patients of the University Hospital with COVID-19 and their relatives, e.g. in case of mental stress during treatment at the University Hospital.

Please call us at the hotline number:

07071-29 62500

Learn more

Further Information

We recommend the following procedure to all persons who fear a possible disease with the new SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus):

Contact the hotline of the district of Tübingen if you have symptoms such as fever or respiratory problems or have had contact with a person suffering from SARS-CoV-2 and have developed symptoms within 14 days.

Telephone hotline

For questions, the District Office Tübingen has set up a hotline

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Opening hours

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