The SmartPraxis stands for better general medical care, hand in hand with the patient. As general practitioners, we are the first point of contact when looking for medical help. This means: the more uncomplicated, closer and better we make our offer, the easier it is to integrate health into personal everyday life.
With state-of-the-art diagnostics, video consultations, electronic data exchange, and apps on prescription and many other digital services, we make sure that going to the doctor gets faster and more efficient. This way we avoid long waiting times and help you to schedule preventive appointments or vaccinations at an early stage instead of putting them on the back burner.
Our goal is to always maximise the potential of digital technologies to make an easier and healthier life possible for our patients. After all, digitalisation is a means to an end and should serve us humans. That is our understanding of smart general medicine.
Modern GP medicine
SmartPraxis stands for an active concept of health. All technological possibilities are used to support an individual and healthy lifestyle.
Doctor and patient decide together and in partnership on the used procedures. Digitalisation promotes dialogue and maintains it continuously.
We see our patients as empowered individuals who want to have a good sense of how they can increase their well-being. The SmartPraxis takes these individual perspectives seriously and complements them through their professional medical expertise.
Our patients want to decide on many aspects of their lives themselves. As a “GP 2.0”, we are there to support and help them to optimise their health just as much as their financial or insurance portfolio. We wish that opening our patient app “Health Record” at some point will be just as natural as looking at the online broker.
Digitalisation combines all three core areas of our practice: patient services, treatment and practice management.
From our point of view, the potential of digitalisation in medicine is by no means exhausted. As ambassadors, we want to promote more digitalisation for the benefit and well-being of patients and thereby sustainably improve the health system.
Dr. med. Ahmad Sirfy
Married, two children
2018 Working in own practice at Ärztehaus Nymphenburg, Rosa-Bavarese-Straße 1, Munich
2017 Certification as a specialist in general medicine
Since 2016 pool physician in the organized on-call and emergency service of the Bavarian Association of Statutory Health Insurance Funds.
2015 – 2018 General Medicine, Practice of Dr. Drießle, Munich
2014 – 2016 Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Erding Hospital
2013 – 2014 Internal Medicine, Kliniken an der Paar
2012 – 2013 Cardiac Surgery, Deutsches Herzzentrum Munich
2013 Obtaining the doctorate
2004 – 2012 Studied human medicine at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen
- Emergency physician (since 2016)
- Emergency physician (since 2016)
- CRM Travel Medicine (since 2017)
- AM Gröber, Micronutrient Medicine (since 2019)
- BLÄK Tobacco Cessation (since 2019)
- Dopamimetic psychosis in patients with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease and related disorders.
Married, two children
2019 DTG Certificate Travel Medicine
2019 Practice Dr. Sirfy
2018 Qualification as a specialist in general medicine
2018 MVZ St. Cosmas Neubiberg Department of Physical Medicine and Gastroenterology
2015-2017 Schreiberklinik Munich, Department of Internal Medicine, Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department
2012-2015 MVZ St. Cosmas Neubiberg, General Practitioner Care
Participation in the organized on-call and emergency service of the Bavarian Association of Health Insurance Funds
2001-2009 Study of human medicine at the Ludwigs-Maximilians-University Munich, license to practice medicine
since 2021 general practitioner internist in the practice of Dr. Sirfy, Munich
2020 general practitioner internist in the practice of Dr. Rahimi, Munich
seit 2020 Pool doctor in the organized on-call and emergency service of the Bavarian Association of Health Insurance Funds
seit 2020 Freelance video medical activity in cooperation with the company KRY
seit 2020 Freelance video medical activity in cooperation with the company Wellster Healthtech Group
2019 Continuing education in nutritional medicine
2018 Continuing education as a hypertensiologist
2018 Further training as a lipidologist
2018 Specialist certification for internal medicine
2012-2018 Further training as a specialist for internal medicine at the University Hospital Augsburg
Dr. med. Julia Ernst
Born and school education in Landshut.
Studied human medicine at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and the Technical University Munich. Study visits to the AKH Vienna, the Royal Melbourne Hospital of the University of Melbourne and the University of Cape Town.
2002 – 2017 Extensive training in internal medicine and general medicine with emphasis in angiology, cardiology & critical care, gastroenterology & oncology.
2008 Specialist for general medicine
2011 Specialist for internal medicine
1996-2003 Study of human medicine at the LMU Munich
2004-2011 Further training as a specialist in internal medicine
2004 – 2006 Internship and Residency in the Internal Medicine Department of the Marktoberdorf District Hospital
2007 – 2012 Resident physician in the Internal Medicine Department of the St. Elisabeth Clinics in Neuburg on the Danube
2013 – 2022 employed internist in the BAG Neufahrn (MVZ Dachau)
From 2023 employed primary care internist in the smart practice with Dr. Sirfy.
Our practice uses digital technologies as a matter of course: To improve the quality of treatment, for more efficient communication internally and with the patient, or for seamless data exchange with specialists. Here you will find a constantly updated overview of our digital services and all services that are designed to make your life easier.
Our surgeries are equipped with high-quality modern technical equipment. This includes an ultrasound machine with Doppler function as well as a convex probe, a linear probe and an echocardiography probe. Furthermore, we have a spirometer, a 12-lead ECG, a 24-hour ECG and a 24-hour blood pressure monitor and an ergometry unit available.
We use the ultrasound scanner to examine the organs of the abdominal cavity as well as the neck (thyroid gland) and the carotid artery. The echocardiography is used to investigate the function and structure of the heart via special ultrasound technology. The spirometer measures the respiratory volume and the air flow velocity among other things and so provides information about the lung function with diseases such as asthma bronchial disease or COPD. The 24-hour blood pressure measurement can create a comprehensive profile of blood pressure behaviour and thus diagnose and control high blood pressure.
The electrocardiogram records the heart’s action. This allows for the detection of arrhythmias and disorders of the heart muscle function.
Our practices in Nymphenburg and Laim offer a bright and pleasant atmosphere. Data protection is important to us: That is why the registration also includes a “discretion room” that we can offer you at your request. Data protection is important to us: That is why the registration also includes a “discretion room” that we can offer you at your request.
Ärztehaus Nymphenburg | 2nd floor
Mon–Wen: 08:00-12:00 | 15:00-18:00
Thu + Fri: 08:00-12:00
& by arrangement
089 / 856 395 82
Ärztehaus am Stachus | 3rd floor
Mon: 08:00-13:30 | 15:00-18:00
Tue + Thu + Wen: 08:00-12:00
& by arrangement
089 / 201 4242
Corona Outpatient Clinic
Ärztehaus Nymphenburg | 3rd floor
Mon-Fri: 08:00-12:00 | 13:00-17:00
089 / 230 257 77