Hospitals in Germany

In the 2,000 or so hospitals in Germany, the flat organisational hierarchies and intensive collaboration between specialist departments mean that patients receive comprehensive treatment at the cutting edge of research. Many hospitals have also set up additional services for international patients.
Asklepios Children's Hospital, St. Augustin
German Paediatric Heart Centre (DKHZ) at Asklepios Children's Hospital in St. Augustin

The German Paediatric Heart Centre (DKHZ) in St. Augustin near Bonn specialises in the treatment of congenital heart defects, from birth right up to adulthood. For many years now, a team of highly skilled doctors and medical staff have been working together under one roof to cure children with heart conditions. This concentration of expertise is hugely important in the treatment of the diverse and often rare congenital heart defects that are presented here.

Charité University Medical Centre, Berlin
Charité University Medical Centre, Berlin

The Charité in Berlin is one of the largest university hospitals in Europe. Over half of Germany's Noble Prize winners for medicine and physiology are associated with the Charité, among them Emil von Behring, Robert Koch and Paul Ehrlich. In addition to the 17 large 'CharitéCentres', there are also numerous specialist clinics.

Alpenklinik Santa Maria
Alpenklinik Santa Maria

Alpenklinik Santa Maria in Oberjoch in the Allgäu Alps, run by an Augsburg-based Catholic youth welfare organisation, specialises in paediatric allergology, skin problems (in particular neurodermatitis), pulmonology and obesity. The team comprises paediatricians, paediatric psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, medical technical assistants, paediatric nurses and paediatric tutors.

University Hospital Aachen
University Hospital Aachen

University Hospital Aachen occupies one of the largest hospital buildings in Europe and brings diagnostics, therapy, research and teaching together under one roof. Patients benefit from the compact arrangement of the hospital, the close interdisciplinary cooperation with other departments and the systematic integration of research and medical care. Multilingual staff are on hand to help with any queries (visas, cost estimates and transport).

Munich University Hospital
Munich University Hospital

The Hospital of the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich is a centre of advanced medicine, technical progress and innovation which also manages to instil in its patients a feeling of individual care, security and trust. It is regarded as one of Germany's leading university hospitals because of its highly qualified team of 9,000 staff who perform outstanding work in research, teaching and patient care.

St. Mauritius Therapy Clinic, Meerbusch
St. Mauritius Therapy Clinic

The St. Mauritius Therapy Clinic at the Düsseldorf Catholic Hospital Group (VKKD) is the most modern neurological rehabilitation clinic in the Düsseldorf region. Patients benefit from an experienced neurological rehabilitation team and a dedicated, state-of-the art diagnostics department with an MRI scanner and a robot-assisted treatment unit.

'rechts der Isar' Hospital
'rechts der Isar' Hospital, Technical University of Munich

'Knowledge creates cures' – that is the guiding principle for medical care at the Technical University of Munich. The hospital fosters a close link between medical research and patient care, with every new finding made by the doctors and scientists being directly used to benefit patients. And it has been internationally successful with this philosophy: the 'rechts der Isar' Hospital and the Technical University of Munich's Faculty of Medicine have together won worldwide recognition – for patient care, research and teaching.

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