It has emerged that Michael Schumacher's medical bills have soared to 1,00,000 pounds-a-week.
Details of the care given to Schumacher were disclosed on Wednesday. He has a team of 15 medics looking after him.
The seven-times world champion still needs round-the-clock care from a team of 15 medics at the specially built hospital wing in the grounds of his 35 million pounds Swiss mansion, The Daily Star reported.
Schumacher was sent home last week from a rehab centre in Lausanne, Switzerland, nine months after a ski accident in the French Alps resort of Meribel left him with head injuries.
The hospital trained the medical team at his Lake Geneva home, which is now battling to give the 45-year-old the chance of a normal life.
A spokesman said that their specialists trained a large part of the team that cares for Schumacher, adding that they are following his treatment and are still a point of contact and entirely at his disposal.
Last week the driving legend's manager Sabine Kehm denied he was moving home because he was significantly better.
Schumacher remains in a state of minimal consciousness, unable to speak or move any body part but his eyes.
Schumacher's family and wife Corinna have rarely left his side since he suffered near-fatal head injuries in a skiing accident in France in December last year. His father Rolf now plans to move from his home in Germany to a house in the grounds of the Formula One legend's mansion to be near his son.
And Schumacher's children Mick, 15, and Gina-Marie, 17, are said to spend hours every day at his bedside, the report added.