Here you can find out more about our current visiting regulations as well as interesting facts about the Coronavirus and the current vaccinations. You can find an up-to-date overview of the test centres in the region on the website of the City of Bonn. There are test centres directly in front of both hospitals. These are available for testing during the usual opening and visiting hours of the hospitals without prior appointment.
Fill in and print out the obligatory visitors-questionnaire in advance to your trip to reduce admission time at the hospital.
Self-disclosure document for free tests
If you would like to visit a patient at Johanniter-Krankenhaus or Waldkrankenhaus, simply fill out the NRW self-disclosure form, print it out and submit it to a test centre for a free rapid antigen test. You can find more information on the website of the Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs.
Self disclosure document (in German)
Corona: New visiting regulations in the Johanniter clinics as of Saturday, 8.4.2023
On April 8, 2023, all Corona protection regulations will expire. This means that visitors are now also no longer required to wear masks.
- However, for the protection of our patients, we still ask you to refrain from visiting if you have a fever or symptoms of an infection or respiratory illness.
- We also ask you to observe the usual hygiene rules.
Thank you for your understanding.
Additional regulations still apply to particularly sensitive wards:
- the Johanniter Hospital palliative care ward, where an individual assessment is made by the medical staff, which can be requested for the Johanniter Hospital under Tel: 0228 543-2235,
- the Johanniter-Hospiz , the visiting regulations can be found on the page of the Johanniter-Hospiz, Tel: 0228-383-80139
- the short-term care, current regulations can be found here and can be inquired under Tel. 0228-383-408,
“Together against the Coronavirus"
The Coronavirus has been dominating the daily lives of people around the world for months. According to the Robert Koch Institute's Standing Commission on Vaccination, effective and safe vaccinations can make a decisive contribution to containing the COVID-19 pandemic. The vaccines now approved for the EU are therefore an important step in the fight against the virus, but many people have concerns and are unsure whether they should get vaccinated.
Prof. Yon-Dschun Ko, Medical Director of the Johanniter-Clinic Bonn answers common questions about the current Corona vaccination in an interview (German language).