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Group Mutuel - Choosing a Doctor from their list

Hello guys,

I'm considering to get the Group Mutuel BasicPlus insurance as it is the cheapest I found.

They told me that I have to choose a Doctor from a list that they provide. This Doctor will be my GP, and I should always visit him before going to the specialist.

Can anyone recommend a Doctor from their list? what are the differences between hawa, ZimDoc, DocNet or medix?
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Re: Group Mutuel - Choosing a Doctor from their list

Dear OP, check my post here.

I was recommending my excellent GP, whom I know for certain is on Groupe Mutuel list. Give them a call to see if he accepts new patients (should be). Cheers!
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Old 25.01.2012, 18:30
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Re: Group Mutuel - Choosing a Doctor from their list

Thanks Federica, the list is huge and I didn't want to choose one name randomly, I'll try with him
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Re: Group Mutuel - Choosing a Doctor from their list

Hi,
Hijacking an existing thread.
I also have the same jeopardy as the OP.
Choosing from a big hard copy list with only names and addresses (No phone number and ordered by Name is a pain).
I live in Zurich Oerlikon Area and searching for a GP nearby.
Just a question out of curiosity...what if I am sick on Saturday or Sunday or on a Public Holiday??
Do I have to wait for the normal office hours else I will have to visit an emergency center at my own cost?

R
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Re: Group Mutuel - Choosing a Doctor from their list

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Hi,
Hijacking an existing thread.
I also have the same jeopardy as the OP.
Choosing from a big hard copy list with only names and addresses (No phone number and ordered by Name is a pain).
I live in Zurich Oerlikon Area and searching for a GP nearby.
Just a question out of curiosity...what if I am sick on Saturday or Sunday or on a Public Holiday??
Do I have to wait for the normal office hours else I will have to visit an emergency center at my own cost?

R
I am registered with Dr Manuella Lowe http://www.sanacare.ch/htm/praxen.ht...pid=14&navid=3

It's a group practice Dr Lowe speaks perfect English & did some of her training in the UK. Probably the best Dr I ever saw. They do blood tests on site so you have the results 15 minutes later so you get the answer straight away, no need to return.

All 8 Dr's at the centre speak English!
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Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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Re: Group Mutuel - Choosing a Doctor from their list

Hi Guys,

I have not been at the doctors while in Switzerland I am registered with groupe Mutuele and I would like to know what do I have to do to be able to go to the doctor.

Any responses will be really appreciated.

Thanks.
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