Dr. Christoph Kaiser M.D.
Facharzt für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin

76530 Baden-Baden; Balzenbergstr. 73  /  Tel 07221 - 181101

Office Hours

My practice is open on:

Mo – Fr                       8.30          -        12.00

Mo, Mi und Fr             16.00         -        18.00

Our team is available on phone during our working hours (07221-181101).



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Dear parents,

welcome to the website of our ambulatory practice for Child and Adolescent Health Care at Baden-Baden.

Our practice is ready to be your counterpart in addressing all aspects of health and development – from birth up to the age of 18 years. You are welcome to turn on us with any question of relevance for the wellbeing of your child.

In our concept of medicine we aim at comprehensively addressing the needs of each individual child. In order to find out the most appropriate, effective and child friendly health care, we rely on the principles of contemporary pediatrics as they are formulated in the guidelines of the German Pediatric Association (www.dgkj.de) and the Council of Europe. To a great extent, these guidelines correspond to those published by the Royal College of Paediatrics (www.rcpch.ac.uk) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (www.aap.org).  As even the most extensive guidelines cannot provide answers to all questions of daily practice, we also rely on our – and your - general experience, and common sense. We consider it an important task for us, to support participation of our patients and parents when coping with disease and developmental problems and  avoiding ineffective or harmful modes of treatments.

We are looking forward for a trustful and open cooperation with children and their families.



  1. For planned visits (e.g. child well visits according to the medical booklet/ “Vorsorgeuntersuchungen”, screening and prophylaxis such as vaccinations, as well as follow up visits) we propose to make appointments by phone during our office hours. For this, we have assigned the time from 830 to 1100 a.m. and 1400 to 1630 p.m.
  2. Acutely ill children are given an appointment on the same day, preferably during 1100 and 1200 a.m. or in the afternoon after 1630. In case of more urgent problems, we arrange the child to be seen in the office at any time. We encourage you to call as early in the day as possible if your child needs an appointment. If your child is expected to have a more contagious disease, you may be asked to use a separate entry to the practice (the door with the “red spot”). With this schedule, we intend to limit contacts between healthy and acutely sick children as much as possible.
  3. If you are coming for a visit with a baby, we ask you to bring along a towel or fabric napkin for use as a sheet at the examination. With this, we can economize the use of disposables and avoid unnecessary waste. If you want to breastfeed your baby, please tell us and we will find a quiet place to be on your own.
  4. For any inquiry on phone please call us during the day and we will ring back later. Out of office hours, you can reach me in urgent cases on mobile. The number is to be found on our printed brochure for parents.
  5. Emergency care: On weekends and public holidays a pediatric on call service is available at the city hospital Baden-Baden (Stadtklinik Baden-Baden) from 800 a.m. to 2200 p.m. . In case you want to present your child there, immediate appointments can be made by phone: 01805-19292-125. After 2200 p.m., acutely sick children are attended at the Children´s Hospital (Kinderklinik der Stadtklinik Baden-Baden; phone: 07221-910). In life threatening situations please call the medical emergency service: Phone 112 (Rettungsdienststelle).


Clinical examination, laboratory tests and imaging diagnostics

Clinical examination tools in paediatric practice first of all include history taking and physical examination. Please do not forget to bring the Medical Booklet of your child and any other relevant medical document. The physical examination may have to be completed by: Laboratory tests (blood, urine, stool), vision and hearing tests, ultrasound examination. These standard procedures allow primary care pediatricians (www.kinderaerzte-im-netz.de)  to successfully cope with the great majority (> 90%)  of acute and chronic conditions of our young patients. For those 10% of children with specific and complicated diseases, we cooperate with paediatric and other subspecialists. In fact we aim at facilitating coordination of care, acting as a hub between specialists, coordinating referrals and results of diagnostic tests, and ensuring a comprehensive approach to treatment plans.

Our approach favours patient-centred care. For example, decisions regarding need for referrals, diagnostics, hospital admissions, are made in collaboration with patients and parents, rather than either by patients independently or by specialist clinicians who may have less expertise in caring for the “whole” patient


List of Services

Primary care for acute diseases

Continuous care for children with long term conditions (chronic diseases and developmental problems).

Screening and Vaccinations

Laboratory Services (in cooperation with a certified central laboratory)

Ultrasound (abdomen, kidney, infant hip joint)

Pulmonary function test (spirometry)

Allergy diagnostics and desensitization

Vision and hearing tests (screening)

    Well Child Visits/ Checkups (Medical Booklet) Age / Time period
    (Vorsorgeuntersuchungen „U2 - J2“                Alter / Zeitraum)

        U2:                                               Day 3 - 10
        U3:                                               Week 4 - 5
        U4:                                               Month 3 - 4
        U5:                                               Month 6 - 7
        U6:                                               Month 10 – 12 (1st birthday)
        U7:                                               Month 21 – 24 (2nd birthday)
        U7a:                                             Month 34 – 36 (3rd birthday)
        U8:                                               Month 46 - 48 (4th  birthday)
        U9:                                               Month 60 - 64 (5th birthday)
        U10:                                             Year 7 - 8
        U11:                                             Year 9 - 10
        J1:                                               Year 12 - 14
        J2:                                               Year 16 - 17


Useful Links:


Social network for children, youths and young adults with chronic diseases and handicaps


List of addresses, ambulatory pediatricians in Germany


Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin


Information for adolescents on sexuality and contraception


Social network and list of adresses for support to girls and boys exposed to sexual violence or other maltreatment


Parent-Child groups for exchange and learning in the first year of life („Prager – Eltern – Kind – Programm”)


Initiative for facilitating reading and learning of


Curriculum vitae and professional career: Dr. med Christoph Kaiser

Medical studies and medical thesis: Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover
     Education in Pediatrics
         Children´s Hospital St. Hedwig, Freiburg
                  General Pediatrics and Neonatology
         University Children´s Hospital, Heidelberg
                  Division of General Pediatrics
                  Division of Pediatric Cardiology
                  Division of Neonatology and Intensive Care
                  Division of Pediatric Neurology
                  Division of Pediatric Radiology / Ultrasound


Provider Information and Legal Notice
(“Impressum”, in accordance with §5 German Telemedia Act, TMG)

Website owner and responsible for website content

Dr. med. Christoph Kaiser

Facharzt für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin / Deutschland

Balzenbergstr. 73

76530 Baden-Baden

Tel.: 07221-181101

Fax: 07221-181035

Email: praxis.dr.christoph.kaiser@email.de

Responsible Medical Association:

Ärztekammer Baden-Württemberg

Jahnstr. 40, 70597 Stuttgart



Professional regulations:

Professional code of conduct, Ärztekammer Baden-Württemberg



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