English-speaking doctors in Berlin

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Also trying to solicit any replies here! Thanks in advance!

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I found a very nice and kind General Doctor (ALLGEMEINMEDIZIN) which she and her reception speak English openly and very well and I would like to recommend her:

 

Praxis Martina Schreen

http://www.arztpraxis-prenzlauer-berg.de/home.html

Location: Prenzluaer Allee (4 Tram stops from Alexander Platz)

 

You can make an appointment in English, Online, however I went there directly.

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I also go to Martina Schreen.

I really like her, everyone speaks english fluently and they are really kind.

Can recommend her as well :)

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hello,

 

i need to get my prolaktin levels checked.

could you advise how this can be checked in Berlin?

do I have to see a doctor first? is there a way to do it in a laboratory?

if no, do you have any English speaking endocrinologists worth visiting?

 

thank you

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Can recommend this practice on Karl Marx Strasse, good English spoken, sympathetic doc.

 

http://www.yelp.de/biz/hausarztpraxis-michael-jan%C3%9Fen-berlin-2

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Hello everyone,

I am just needing to find a great English speaking general physician in Berlin. I am needing some blood work done. Any suggestions would be great. Thank you!

 

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I can recommend my doctor Dr Claudia Camps y Espinoza.  She's fluent in English and German. I've been going to her for a couple years for my acupuncture but she is also a medical doctor and is now in a new location as part of a regular medical practice: http://praxis-am-gesundbrunnen.de/english/  She is really great, listens and is skilled and knowledgeable. Highly recommend.

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I am looking for an English speaking doctor in the Wedding/ Reinickendorf area, any suggestions would be very welcome. My bones are getting old and I am riddled with running injuries that could do with some attention!

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If you're looking for an English-speaking doctor for treating seasonal or chronic diseases, or running injuries as mentioned, here's something you can find to be useful:

 

My name is Helen and I work for Meedoc Labs, a company which has recently developed a medical service in the form of a mobile application.

 

Through this app, You can get connected with an english-speaking doctor wherever you are for convenient, affordable and effective treatment of most acute, non-critical conditions, as well as seasonal and chronic diseases.

 

The Doctors at MeeDoc have the right to prescribe medicine anywhere in Europe, including a pharmacy nearest to you. With MeeDoc, you can be sure to get treated quickly for:

 

-Hay Fever and Allergies

-Digestive Problems

-Colds, Flu, Sore Throats

-Eye Infections

-Back Pain, Strains

-Skin Conditions

-Anxiety and Insomnia

-Migraines and headaches

-Urinary tract infections

-Erectile dysfunction

 

The application is also useful for prescription renewals concerning contraception, viruses like herpes, reappearing allergies and more.

 

Download the app here: meedoc.com

 

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On 11/25/2014, 3:36:21, masood said:

I found a very nice and kind General Doctor (ALLGEMEINMEDIZIN) which she and her reception speak English openly and very well and I would like to recommend her:

 

Praxis Martina Schreen

http://www.arztpraxis-prenzlauer-berg.de/home.html

Location: Prenzluaer Allee (4 Tram stops from Alexander Platz)

 

You can make an appointment in English, Online, however I went there directly.

 

Thank you so much for the info and the recommendation. I've made an appointment. :)

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I would like to add my recommendation for Dr Geissler here.

I went to see him today, his English is great as is that of the receptionists.  I was seen promptly without an appointment and made to feel at ease by him.  He even cracked a couple of jokes and made the whole experience much less stressfull.

Would recommend to anyone who is looking for an English speaking doctor in the Neukölln area.

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Dr Lisa Liccini, M.D http://www.doctorliccini.com  Windscheidstr. 31. Entrance: Pestalozzistr. 58 D-10627 Berlin/Charlbg. Tel +49303241887 English/Italian/Deutsch speaking and she is really nice and friendly and explains everything to you.

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Can anyone recommend an English-speaking radiologist that would have availability sooner than 8 weeks from now? Struggling to find anything..

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Hello every one, after reading all of your comments and with my experience I know how difficult it is to find an English speaking doctor in Germany. Last week I was very sick I could find a doctor. The Doctor I generally go to was giving me an appointment for the next month. I couldn't wait that long. So, i was in search of a quick option and with a doctor who could speak English. I was going through the Facebook groups when i found about the "myhelpbuddy" . I was desperate as I was not well. So i posted a request on their portal and with in a few hours with a help of a buddy I was able to book an appointment with a doctor and he also came with me for the appointment, just in case if anything needed to be translated in English from German. After That i found out they help in almost every service and they support all the internationals and expats who doesn't know the language. I hope it helps. 

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