Medical Center

Medical Services

Fraport’s Medical Services take care of all medical needs at Frankfurt Airport. They operate the Emergency Center/Airport Clinic, the Rescue and Emergency Services, and the International Vaccination Center. The airport’s Medical Services work closely with the Health Department of the City of Frankfurt. They thus play a key role in the public health system, including protection against infectious diseases.

Moreover, Medical Services also handles key core functions in the context of emergency planning, medical hazard prevention and medical quality management.

  

The Emergency Center/Airport Clinic takes care of acute medical needs at Frankfurt Airport. It guarantees medical first aid and enables comprehensive medical care for passengers, visitors and employees.

The Emergency Center is open 24 hours a day and is always staffed by specialist medical personnel. The Emergency Center is also staffed by physicians from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

The tasks of the Emergency Center team include:

  • Providing acute medical care for employees, passengers and visitors through an interdisciplinary team of experienced emergency physicians and medical assistance staff
  • First aid in the event  of occupational accidents
  • Provision of medical advice on aviation medicine issues to family physicians, hospitals, government agencies, passengers, etc.
  • Medical consulting

A general physician is available at the Emergency Center for:

  • Regular medical consultation : weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Out-of-hours medical care: daily, including weekends and holidays, between 7  a.m. and 4 p.m.

In the event of occupational accidents and accidents during the commute to work, our team provides first aid and, if necessary, refers the injured party to an external emergency physician.

Medical first aid is available every day from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Japanese encephalitis:
At this moment, a delivery stop for the japanese encephalitis vaccine is affecting us. According to the Paul-Ehrlich-Institute, the vaccine should be available again by April 2024.

Rabies Vaccination:
The vaccination is currently available.
  • Comprehensive travel medicine advice from continuously trained travel medicine specialists. 
  • WHO-certified yellow fever vaccination center (we recommend making an appointment in advance: online appointments)
  • Vaccinations: Provision of travel medical vaccination consultations and vaccinations. In principle, no appointments are required for vaccinations. For the necessary vaccination consultation, we ask for booking an appointment in advance to avoid waiting times: online appointments
  • Please bring your vaccination booklet.
  • Vaccination can generally be administered immediately after the consultation.
  • Pre-travel medical check-ups (please make an appointment online: online appointment    
  • Travel and health advice from specially trained medical staff
  • Special medical consultation for company staff and travel groups; appointment required via email to medizin@fraport.de.

Fitness examination of recreational divers (as recommended by the German Association for Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine GTÜM, currently only up to the age of 40)

The qualified medical team carries out examinations to assess the diving fitness of recreational divers.  The examination is carried out in compliance with the recommendations of Germany’s Association for Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine (GTÜM).

The assessment of diving fitness includes recording a  medical history, a physical examination  including  otoscopy (ear examination), and instrumental examinations such as  pulmonary function testing  and  resting ECG.

Further examinations will be carried out depending on age or if indicated.  Following the examination, a medical certificate of fitness for recreational diving will be issued.

Billing is based on the Scale of Fees for Physicians in Germany (GOÄ).

  

Diving fitness of children and adolescents

An experienced pediatrician is available to assess the diving fitness of children and adolescents.  The examination of children and adolescents is carried out as mentioned above and in compliance with the recommendations of the Association for Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine (GTÜM), as well as the Association for Pediatric Sports Medicine

Please note:

Diving fitness examinations are only carried out prior appointment. Appointments Online

For questions regarding the diving fitness examinations please send an email to medizin@fraport.de with the keyword "Diving fitness examination" / "TTU."

Are you are planning to take part in an assignment as part of a volunteer service program, such as Germany’s Weltwärts initiative?

Many volunteer-sending organizations are now being asked to carry out a pre-travel medical check-up and consultation as prescribed by German employee law, based on the G35 recommendations of the German employers’ liability insurance associations. The sending organizations usually pay the costs associated with this, within specified limits. Please acquaint yourself with the respective requirements and bring all your relevant documentation with you.

Our medical team has extensive experience in conducting check-ups for volunteers.

We will be happy to help you get ready for your volunteer service assignment.

Please note:

Check-Up examinations are only carried out prior appointment. Appointments Online

For questions regarding Check-up examinations please send an email to medizin@fraport.de with the keyword "Check-Up".

Rescue Services & Emergency Physician - Fraport AG
Rescue Services & Emergency Physician - Fraport AG

 

Frankfurt Airport is Germany’s largest commercial airport and one of the most important international aviation hubs.

Fraport AG, the airport’s operator, places top priority on maintaining a continuously high standard of safety at FRA. To ensure this, Fraport’s Medical Services provide operational and public rescue and emergency services.

In addition, the newly built Medical Center bundles medical expertise and medical emergency response.

A team of committed and qualified employees is on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

The core task of the Rescue Service is to provide emergency care throughout the airport’s premises, as well as in the Frankfurt city area and on the neighboring freeways and federal highways. In order to meet the constantly growing demands and to be able to continue to guarantee the high quality of our services, great importance is attached to the training and further education of
our employees. 

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Medizinische Dienste

Emergency Physician at Frankfurt Airport
Emergency Physician at Frankfurt Airport

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Together with the Frankfurt Airport Rescue Services, the Emergency Center’s physicians provide emergency medical care in the airport’s operational area and the defined “rescue area 20”, adjacent to the airport.

Rescue area 20, as defined by the City of Frankfurt, comprises the Gateway Gardens business district and parts of the highways surrounding the airport, including Germany’s busiest highway intersection (Frankfurter Kreuz).

Since the early 2000s, automated external defibrillators (AEDs) have been installed in the terminals in such a way that they can be reached from any point within a very short time.

In the fight against sudden cardiac death in particular, every minute counts. The main cause of this is ventricular fibrillation, which can be treated in many cases with the use of a defibrillator. The electrical impulses emitted by the defibrillator can make the heart beat in its correct rhythm again.

AED devices have been developed so that anyone can use them – even without medical expertise.  In recent years, this has saved many lives.  

We would like to take this opportunity to thank every first-aider using an AED!

Rescue station at Frankfurt Airport
Rescue station at Frankfurt Airport

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Frankfurt Airport is classified as a “sanitary airport” in compliance with regulations of the WHO (World Health Organization) and the IHR (International Health Regulations).

The Emergency Center is an outpost of the Frankfurt Health Department, and the physicians of the Emergency Center play a key role in providing national and international protection against infections.

We provide medical consulting (nationally and internationally), with a special focus on medical hazard prevention and emergency medicine. Our services include:

  • Advanced training in emergency medicine, e.g. for medical practice teams
  • Medical quality management
Medical Center at Frankfurt Airport
Medical Center at Frankfurt Airport

 

  

The Medical Center at Frankfurt Airport offers comprehensive consultation and testing options for passengers, airport employees, the general public and companies.

You can contact us here: medizin@fraport.de   

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Frankfurt Airport

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Medical Services regularly organizes internal and external training courses and acts as consultants to internal and external organizations on medical issues (medical consulting).

Advanced Training (External Participants)
September 2022

“Travel and Emergency Medicine at Frankfurt Airport”

- Date: October 24th and 25th,  2022

-  Duration:  Saturday (October 24th) from  9  a.m. to 8  p.m.  /  Sunday (October 25th) from  9  a.m. to 4:15  p.m.

-  Location: Training center at Frankfurt Airport

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Fire Station at Frankfurt Airport
Fire Station at Frankfurt Airport

 

 

In case of emergency, you can call the following numbers at any time:

  • 112 – emergency number of the Rescue and Emergency Medical Service and the Fire Department.
  • If calling from outside the airport or on a cellphone, please dial +49 (0)69 / 690 112

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How to Find Us

The Medical Services ("Airport Clinic" - Emergency Center and International Vaccination Center) are located in the Medical Center (Building 226) directly next to Terminal 1 (to its west) in the public area of the airport.

  

On foot / By public transportation

Proceed to Terminal 1, Hall A, Arrivals floor (ground level). Leave the building through the first / westernmost door (Exit 01 between the car rental service and bakery), turn left. After about 100m, you will see the parking lot P29 used by shuttle buses on your left and the 3-story Medical Center behind it. Cross the parking lot and head to the left entrance of the building, under the sign "Medical Center."

  

By car

There are many paid parking options nearby. The car parks P2 and P3 are located across from the Medical Center.  

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