It is understood the Wham! star travelled to AKH General Hospital, the same medical facility which had saved his life after he was struck down with pneumonia in 2011.
According to witnesses George visited the hospital in November last year and was seen by two doctors, who had treated the singer five years ago.
It is unclear what this alleged hospital visit was about.
But witnesses told the Daily Mirror the music legend was unrecognisable during his visit in November with lover Fadi Fawaz and he appeared to show considerable weight gain.
In 2011 staff at the hospital reportedly had to perform a tracheotomy to keep the singer’s airways open and he was unconscious for three weeks.
George, 53, was found dead by his partner on Christmas Day last year, following a suspected heart failure.
Dr Christoph Zielinski, the hospital’s head of oncology who treated George, tweeted his condolences following tthe tragic news.
He wrote: “In sorrow about the unexpected death of George Michael. His caring team from the Vienna AKH express deep sympathy with family and friends.”
An initial autopsy into the star’s death revealed “inconclusive” results and further tests have been ordered.
A police probe continues – but cops have confirmed they are not treating Michael’s death as suspicious.
Officers reportedly believe the Careless Whisper singer might have died of a drug overdose.
Fadi was quizzed by police for up to five-hours last Wednesday as they attempted to put together a full picture of George’s final movements.
The 40-year-old stylist added that police had not been accusing him as they asked him about star’s final moments but were very supportive.
Thames Valley Police issued a statement, which read: “As part of Thames Valley Police’s investigation on behalf of Oxfordshire Coroner into this unexplained but non-suspicious death, officers are establishing facts which includes taking statements.
“This is standard practice in cases such as this to allow the Coroner to determine the circumstances of the death.”
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