This page is entirely for international patients. Whether you are a local or a tourist visiting the region you are at the right place. We offer all of our services in English and are specialized for international patients.
Your first visit is important to us! Therefore we hope to prevent as many surprises as possible that may arise during your visit.
It all starts with an appointment. You can either schedule one online or by giving us a call. To ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible, don't forget to mention that your treatment must be done in English. When you come to the practice, please don't forget your Gesundheitskarte (health insurance card) if you live in Germany. If you are not a local, that won't be necessary – our billing department will advise you on the costs and cost coverage by your insurance on your first visit. We will then start working on your health. Being substainably healthy is our biggest concern. For more serious illnesses, we will work out a treatment plan. Only, of course, after a thorough and careful first look and diagnose. If you have any further questions, please do not resist to give us a call. Ready? Just book an appointment!
Sophia M. Brouckaert MBChD
Sophia Brouckaert began her studies in 1985 in Johannesburg, where she graduated with a bachelor's in medicine. Later she got her diploma in anesthesia. After working in several hospitals as a doctor and surgeon in London, Isle of Man, and Cape Town, she opened up her practice in Hout Bay, South Africa. Following her time as an honorary doctor, the selling of her practice and a short break, occupied in motherhood, she was the doctor in charge of a research ship in Antarctica and later got a special certification in HIV, tuberculosis, and STDs. In 2012 she began her approbation in Germany, where she then became a certified medical specialist in general medicine and is now a certified and practicing doctor running her joint practice with Fiona Pohlmann.
Dr. med. Fiona Pohlmann
Fiona Pohlmann began her studies in Freiburg in 1989. She then moved to Toulouse, France, where she continued her studies and eventually graduated in Germany in 2000 as a doctor in medicine. After her time in St. Elisabeth Hospital in Germany as a doctor for internal medicine, Fiona has been working at several practices in the closer surroundings of Schliersee. In 2019 she began work at Praxis Pohlmann & Brouckaert, her joint practice with Sophia Brouckaert.
Medical emergencies cannot be planned. That is why you should absolutely call 911 for serious cases. Enclosed you will find other important phone numbers to German emergency health care providers for different situations. If your case is not that urgent, but requires immediate treatment and we don't have any free appointments, please call us and we'll try to make time.