Practice in Vienna
My private practice is centrally located in Vienna’s first district.
The practice is located in the group practice City Medical. As part of a team of medical professionals consists of orthopaedic specialists of orthopaedics, dermatology, gynaecology and physiotherapy I can warrant up to date medical diagnostics and treatment.
Office hours Vienna:
Thu 13:00 – 19:00 h
Fri 9:00 – 14:00 h
My private practice in Vienna is open for you on Thursday 13:00—19:00 h and Friday from 9:00—14:00 h. Office hours are by appointment only.
I can be reached (telephone, text message) Monday—Friday 2:30pm to 6:30 pm for appointment scheduling and questions.
I post news and special opening hours on FACEBOOK.
Dr. Martin Kasper
Schottengasse 3–3A, 1010 Vienna
City Medical, 1st courtyard, 3rd floor
The traffic hub Schottentor offers great accessibility by public transport via U2, tram lines (D, 1, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 71) as well as by bus (1A, 40A).
Parking possibilities include WiPark Parkgarage Freyung located 100 m from the practice. Conveniently you will find a medical store as well as pharmacies close by.
What is a private medical consultant?
A private medical consultant or private medical specialist is a medical practitioner in private practice who does not provide of a contract with any of the statuatory health insurance providers. This offers considerable advantages for the treatment of patients such as
- No waiting time in my private practice
- Prompt appointments
- Ample time for my patients
- Individual care and treatment
What are the costs?
As a private medical consultant I charge my patients directly. You can apply for reimbursement with your statuatory health insurance by providing them with an invoice for my services. Most health insurances cover between 50–80 % of the costs.
If you have private health insurance you will probably be reimbursed by your insurance company. Please make sure to clarify the details with your insurance provider.
You will receive an invoice for my services after your appointment. You can pay cash and submit the invoice to your health insurance provider afterwards.
A rheumatological diagnosis requires a detailed look at your medical history and takes time. The type of examinations (joint ultrasound or blood sampling) as well as the various measures needed (initiation of a basic therapy, infiltration or similar) lead to different rates for initial examinations or follow-up examinations.
We are happy to provide further information by phone.
If you need to cancel the consultation we ask you to announce this 24 hours in advance, otherwise we have to invoice the appointment.