The Sternmatt Practice is a solo general practitioner practice. My name is Benjamin C. Wronn. I will always be personally attending to the medical needs of my patients. That means that you’ll always have one point of contact. One person who takes responsibility: Your primary care physician. This is my promise to you!


During our practice opening hours, we can perform first aid for acute medical emergencies. In addition to our medical expertise, we are equipped with modern technical instruments (such as a high-end defibrillator monitoring unit, external oxygen supply, etc.). Please keep in mind that in the case of a life-threatening medical event, such as a heart attack or stroke, every minute counts, and that emergency services should be contacted at 144 (in Switzerland) if you have any doubts about what to do.

House visits

The Sternmatt Practice also offers house visits, of course. Please consider that we limit them to cases of patient immobility and that in a house visit we will not have access to the full diagnostic repertoire available at our practice (e.g. x-ray, ECG, lab). We regularly visit our geriatric patients who are in nursing homes.


The Sternmatt Practice is on the ground floor, has disability accessibility, and is easy to get to either by public transportation (By taking the bus line no. 7 in the direction Birreghof, getting off at the Sternmatt stop. The bus stop is right in front of our door.) or by car (free parking is available).

Opening hours

The Stermatt Practice is open from Monday to Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please call to arrange an appointment.

Consultation room 1

Consultation room 2

General practice medicine

The doctor as adviser, coach and contact for overcoming the patient’s health problems. The focus is on you as a person.


Modern integrative medicine because both the classic form of academic medicine and complementary medicine reach their limits in certain situations

Aviation medicine

Periodic flight fitness examinations (Medicals) in accordance with the guidelines issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)