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Infectiological Consultation Service


For our senders, we offer a comprehensive consulting and consultation service, which enables us to put our microbiological findings into the right clinical context. In addition to telephone information on all questions of laboratory diagnostics and therapy, we offer individual consultations on site (bed consults) as well as clinical microbiological/infectiological visits to various organizational units or individual facilities within and outside of the University Medical Center Mainz.

For all our senders: consultation in case of emergencies:
We offer a medical consultation service for emergencies to all our senders around the clock. This service is available outside regular working hours via cell phone:

Connection via the switchboard of the University Medical Center: +496131 / 17-0

Infectiological consultation service of the Interdisciplinary Infection Medicine Mainz (IIM):
In addition to this offer, we participate in the infectiological consultation service of the Interdisciplinary Infection Medicine Mainz (IIM) / DGIZ, which can be used by all physicians of the University Medical Center Mainz (on weekdays Mon-Fri 08:00-17:00).

(Click here for further information on the infectiological consultation service IIM/DGIZ)

Senior physicians and Specialists in the infectiological consultation service of our Institute:

Dr. med. Siegel
Ekkehard Siegel, Dr. med.
Position: Chief physician in charge of the patient care division (diagnostics and infectious diseases)
Qualifications: Specialist in microbiology, virology and infection epidemiology;
Specialist for internal medicine;
ABS Expert

+496131 17-9229 Pager 194-6053
+496131 17-9159
ekkehard.siegel@unimedizin-mainz.de

Dr. med. Schwanz
Thomas Schwanz, Dr. med.
Position: Senior physician
Deputy Chief physician in charge of the patient care division (diagnostics and infectious diseases)
Qualifications: Specialist for pediatric and adolescent medicine;
Specialist in microbiology, virology and epidemiology of infections;
Specialist in infection control, hygiene and environmental medicine;
Infectiologist (DGI);
Speaker DGIZ / Center for Infectiology (DGI)

+496131 17-9358 Pager 194-6051
+496131 17-9159
thomas.schwanz@unimedizin-mainz.de

Dr. med. Dennebaum
Martin S. Dennebaum, Dr. med.
Position: Parasitology / tropical and travel medicine;
Data protection coordinator
Qualifications: Specialist for pediatric and adolescent medicine;
Specialist in microbiology, virology and infection epidemiology;
Infectiologist (DGI, Ärztekammer);
ABS Expert

+496131 17-9323 Pager 194-6052
+496131 17-9159
martin.dennebaum@unimedizin-mainz.de

Infectiological visits by our department take place on the following wards:

Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology

Mondays

Anaesthesiological Intensive Care Unit

Tuesdays and Fridays

Anaesthesiological Intensive Care Unit of the HTG

Tuesdays

Intensive Care Unit of the Department of Internal Medicine I

 

Intensive Care Unit of the Diakonie Bad Kreuznach

Thursdays

Intensive Care Unit of Hunsrückklinik Simmern

Thursdays

Intensive Care Unit of EVK Saarbrücken

 

Intensive Care Unit of DKN Neunkirchen

 

Furthermore, infectiological visits take place regularly at the Department of Pediatrics at University Medical Center (Intensive Care Unit AE2, Hemato-Oncology and Perinatological Intensive Care Unit).

Infectiological Consultation Service (IIM/DGIZ)

(for physicians of the University Medical Center Mainz)

The Interdisciplinary Infection Medicine Mainz (IIM) and the DGIZ established an infectiological consultation service for patients within the University Medical Center Mainz in cooperation with the Department of Internal Medicine I, the Department of Internalt Medicine III and the Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene:

You can reach the responsible colleague via the telephone switchboard (see below); consults can be registered centrally via fax or  email:

Switchboard of the University Medical Center Mainz
+496131 / 17-0 (internal: 11) (Mon-Fri. 8-17 hrs)

Fax: +496131/47-5529
Email:  infektiologisches.konsil@unimedizin-mainz.de

(report in UMSicht Sept. 2016  - No. 29)