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An Enterprise of Spitäler fmi AG


About the Walk-in-Clinic

The Spitäler fmi AG has been operating the Walk-in-Clinic in the Interlaken West station building since the beginning of May 2019. The Bernese Oberland Hospitalgroup is thus reacting proactively to the increasing shortage of GPs and is thus responding to the great needs of the local population. People with health problems who do not have or cannot find a family doctor are to be given rapid and uncomplicated access to medical care. The Walk-in Clinic will also serve as the first point of contact for the steadily growing number of tourists seeking medical help.

The choice of location fell on the Interlaken West station building, which was completely renovated by BLS. Here, Spitäler fmi AG took over suitable rooms on the first floor for rent and furnished them in a practical manner. The advantage of this location is not only its very central location and the barrier-free access; if necessary, it can also be quickly relocated to the nearby Interlaken hospital.


We are your contact for basic medical conditions, minor injuries and GP concerns. A consultation at the Walk-in-Clinic is possible without prior notice and serves to quickly clarify and treat conditions or injuries that do not have to be treated in a hospital emergency. Children with minor GP problems are gladly treated and referred to specialists in the region if necessary.

We are your right partner for ...

  • Fever 

  • Infections 

  • Ear and throat pain, coughing 

  • Abdominal pain, with or without diarrhea 

  • Possible allergies 

  • Skin ailments 

  • Cystitis 

  • Headaches 

  • Joint or back pain 

​Our examinations & treatments

  • Control by a specialist in general internal medicine

  • Preoperative clarifications

  • Wound care and small surgical procedures

  • Blood samples 

  • Urine tests

  • Electrocardiogram

  • Digital X-ray

Upon advance notification

  • Medical check-up examination 

  • Travel advice incl. vaccination
    (except yellow fever) 

  • Check-ups (Fire service, diving, insurance  investigations)

  • MFK-Investigations for level 1, 2 and 3

These services are not part of our offer ...

  • Home visite by the doctor

  • Preventive check-ups by children

  • Gynecological controls

  • Release of Methadon or other narcotics

  • Release of medicine and prescription without treatment


Payment and insurance information

For patients resident in Switzerland

  • Please bring your health insurance card with you. 

  • Usually, the bill is settled electronically directly with the respective health insurance company.(Except: Aerosana, Assura, Sanagate, Sympany, KK Steffisburg). 

  • The checkups for the Road Traffic Office must be paid in cash or by card immediately after the appointment.

For patients from abroad 

  • Please show your identity card, driving licence, passport or alien's identity card. We will make a copy. 

  • Please show your insurance card. The European Insurance Card (E111/EHIC) is accepted.

  • Foreign patients without a valid European Health Insurance Card (E111/EHIC) must pay the invoice in cash (CHF) or by card after providing the service.

We accept the following cards:

American Express, China Unionpay, Diners Club, JCB, Maestro, Master Card, PostFinance Card, Twint, Union Pay, Visa.



Dr. med. Daniel Schenk

Medical Director Walk-in-Clinic
Specialist FMH for General Internal Medicine
Dr. med. Till Kriwet

Facharzt FMH für Allgemeine Innere Medizin

Esther Schuricht

Medical Practice Assistant

Catherine Steffen

Medizinische Praxisassistentin

Sabine Davanzo

Medizinische Praxisassistentin

Dr. med. Beatrice Nicolaus

Specialist FMH for General Internal Medicine

Dipl. Ärztin Pascale Schürch

Senior Medical Practice Assistant

Céline Jossi

Medical Practice Assistant

Fabienne Simmen 

Medizinische Praxisassistentin


Location & Contact

Walk-in-Clinic Interlaken

Bahnhofstrasse 28

3800 Interlaken

Tel: 033 826 21 00
(for international calls:
0041 33 826 21 00)



Opening hours


Monday - Friday

8.30 a.m. - 11 a.m.

2.30 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Monday - Friday

8.00 a.m. - 12 a.m.
13.00 p.m. - 17 p.m.


Saturdays and Sundays



Further emergency addresses

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