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Influenza vaccination:

The influ­en­za vac­ci­na­ti­on is avail­ab­le at the sur­ge­ry, the co-pay­ment is €7 (except for per­sons exempt from pre­scrip­ti­on fees).

You don’t need an appoint­ment, just drop by!

Corona vaccination:

We regu­lar­ly vac­ci­na­te against Covid 19 free of charge.

Due to the dis­tri­bu­ti­on of Vilas in several doses, an appoint­ment is necessary.

Cur­rent vac­ci­na­ti­on recom­men­da­ti­on accord­ing to the Aus­tri­an vac­ci­na­ti­on plan 2023/2024

Basic immu­niz­a­ti­on:

It can be assu­med that child­ren and adults over the age of 5 are more than 95% likely to have alrea­dy had con­ta­ct with the virus through vac­ci­na­ti­on and/or infec­tion and the­re­fo­re no lon­ger need basic immu­niz­a­ti­on and are the­re­fo­re basic immu­ni­zed in the immu­no­lo­gi­cal sense.

The­re­fo­re, only a sin­gle vac­ci­na­ti­on is recom­men­ded, pre­fer­a­b­ly in the fall!

Boos­ter vaccinations

For healt­hy peop­le, a mini­mum inter­val of at least 6, ide­al­ly 12 mon­ths is recom­men­ded after a pre­vious ill­ness or vaccination.
Cer­tain peop­le at risk (peop­le aged 60 and over, immu­no­com­pro­mi­sed peop­le) can also be vac­ci­na­ted ear­lier (after 4 mon­ths). Howe­ver, the­se peop­le should also be vac­ci­na­ted at least 4 mon­ths after pre­vious exposure.

WHO 1948 defi­ni­ti­on of health: “Health is a sta­te of com­ple­te men­tal, phy­si­cal and social well-being and not merely free­dom from dise­a­se and infir­mi­ty. To enjoy the best pos­si­ble sta­te of health is a fun­da­men­tal right of every human being, without dis­tinc­tion of race, reli­gi­on, poli­ti­cal belief, eco­no­mic or social position.”

Taking care of it is our job!

GKK §2‑Gebietskrankenkasse SVA-Sozi­al­ver­si­che­rungs­an­stalt d. gewerbl. Wirt­schaft SVB-Sozi­al­ver­si­che­rungs­an­stalt der Bau­ern BVA Ver­si­che­rungs­an­stalt öffentl. Bediens­te­ter VA Ver­si­che­rungs­an­stalt für Eisen­bah­nen u. Berg­bau KFA (Magis­trats­be­diens­te­te Salzburg)

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Tasks of the general practitioner — why a family doctor?

The foun­da­ti­on of our health care sys­tem is the gene­ral prac­ti­tio­ner or fami­ly doc­tor. He is the first con­ta­ct and trus­ted doc­tor with whom you can dis­cuss all health pro­blems on the one hand and per­so­nal mat­ters on the other.

Your Dr. Tho­mas Kas­t­ner, Gene­ral Prac­ti­tio­ner, Salz­burg / Rie­den­burg / Maxglan

  • First and cen­tral con­ta­ct for all health pro­blems and medi­cal questions

  • pri­ma­ry health care for all age groups child­ren, adults, seni­ors, with a focus on a long-term pati­ent-doc­tor rela­ti­ons­hip based on trust

  • Over­all view of the patient’s health (do the threads come together).

  • Coor­di­na­tor and gui­de in the health care sys­tem (see dia­gram Cooperation)

  • Dia­gno­sis and tre­at­ment of any dise­a­se (inclu­ding life-threa­tening dise­a­se sta­tes, e.g. emer­gen­cy measures

  • Medi­ca­ti­on manage­ment “do I real­ly need to take all this, what is it for?”

  • Health pro­mo­ti­on and prevention

  • Col­la­bo­ra­ti­on with medi­cal spe­cia­lists, other health care pro­fes­sio­nals and health care faci­li­ties (espe­cial­ly hospital)