Visitor information


As a precautionary measure due to the ongoing coronavirus situation we are currently not permitting any visits to inpatients in our hospital.


  • Children up to the age of 14 may be visited by their parents.
  • Patients in a critical condition may be visited by close relatives, by arrangement with the hospital (T: +43 316 596‑0).

Fathers may be present for childbirth and may remain in the hospital afterwards. If the father leaves the hospital, he is then classified as a visitor and will not be permitted to re-enter. Visiting is not permitted by fathers who do not attend the birth; sibling children are not allowed to visit. We are taking this measure to protect mothers and newborn babies.

Thank you for your understanding!

Last updated: March 20, 2020

Would you like to visit a relative, a friend or a colleague who is currently staying at Graz Ragnitz Private Hospital? Our visiting hours are very flexible, yet it is recommended you speak to a qualified staff member at the nurse's station if you plan to drop by outside of our regular visiting hours, to ensure your visit won’t get interrupted by either doctor’s visits or treatments.

For a smooth arrival, please find a detailed map of Graz Ragnitz Private Hospital by visiting the page How to get to Graz Ragnitz page. If you come by car please find a route planner as well as information on the fees of our parking garage and parking in the surrounding area.

For friends or relatives who want to stay in close proximity, we have compiled a selection of nearby hotels:

Every visitor is welcome and ultimately contributes to the rapid recovery of our patients - working together for the health of the patient!

If you need further information, please contact us at:
P: +43 316 596-0

Information for VISITORS:

No visiting is permitted at present (with very few exceptions).

Information for PATIENTS:

If a coronavirus infection is suspected, with

AND if, in the 14 days before these symptoms appeared, there was

please do NOT go to a hospital or doctor’s office; stay at home.
Call the health advice hotline 1450 to discuss what to do next.