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Childrens Hospital Nuremberg

Nuremberg, Germany

The Children's Hospital Nuremberg is a maximum care health facility that focuses on providing effective care for young patients in a pleasant and comfortable environment. The hospital admits children and adolescents up to 18 years old. Medical care can be provided on an inpatient or outpatient basis. Highly qualified doctors and experienced nursing staff work with children. The specialists get along well with young patients. The goal of the hospital's medical team is to provide patients with modern and most sparing treatment. It is also important for doctors to eliminate pain and discomfort during the therapeutic process. The key to successful clinical practice in the medical facility is the close cooperation of doctors, their high competence and vast experience, as well as the hospital's state-of-the-art medical equipment and modern infrastructure.

The hospital has more than ten specialized departments. Priority areas include pediatric otolaryngology, surgery, urology, orthopedics, endocrinology, oncology, hematology, pulmonology, and neuropediatrics. Patients are offered innovative treatments that have proven themselves at the international level. Surgical treatment involves the wide use of sparing, minimally invasive techniques, after which children recover quickly and experience virtually no pain.

The hospital admits more than 15,000 young patients every year, most of whom are treated on an outpatient basis without mandatory hospitalization. Each child receives personalized care. The treatment is accurately planned, and the doctor tells the parents about its specifics. An important aspect is a friendly and attentive attitude towards children, as well as understanding their fears and needs.

The Children's Hospital Nuremberg has repeatedly received the "Ausgezeichnet. FÜR KINDER" quality certificate. This certification is granted to the best children's hospitals in Germany, which regularly demonstrate high treatment success rates.

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Department of Pediatric Otolaryngology

Mathias Heissenberg Dr. med.

Department of Pediatric Surgery and Urology

Maximilian Stehr Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c.

Department of Pediatric Orthopedics

Kerstin Remmel Dr. med.

Department of Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care

Michael Schroth Prof. Dr. med.

Department of Pediatric Diabetology

Dorothea Linsenmeyer Dr. med.

Department of Pediatric Endocrinology

Egbert Voss Dr. med.

Department of Pediatric Neurology

Almut Hirsch Dr. med.

Department of Pediatric Pulmonology and Allergology

Irena Neustädter Dr. med.


Patients rooms

The patients of the Children's Hospital Nuremberg live in comfortable rooms designed in a child-friendly style. The furnishing of a patient room includes a comfortable automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a table, chairs, and a wardrobe. The hospital has a Rooming-in system, thanks to which parents can stay in the same room with their child. To ensure interesting and pleasant leisure time for children, the hospital has excellent playrooms, where every child can find something to do and toys to their liking.

Meals and Menus

The patients at the hospital are offered three tasty and balanced meals a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With appropriate clinical indications, an individual menu may be developed for the child.

Further details

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