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Albertinen Hospital Hamburg

Hamburg, Germany

The Albertinen Hospital Hamburgwas founded in 1907 and nowadays it is one of the largest and the most advanced medical centers in Germany. The medical facility has the status of the Academic Hospital of the University of Hamburg, thanks to which it offers the most advanced diagnostic and treatment methods, which allow the doctors to effectively cure even the most complex pathologies from various medical disciplines. The hospital is famous for the highest level of medical and technical equipment, as well as for the exceptional competence of doctors. The hospital has 1,060 beds for inpatient treatment. 

The medical complex includes specialized Departments of Oncology, General Surgery, Urology, Gynecology, Cardiac Surgery, Orthopedics and others. The doctors of the hospital demonstrate high treatment success rates. The hospital has modern operating rooms for sparing minimally invasive interventions using the da Vinci Surgical System and state-of-the-art hybrid operating rooms. 

The goal of each hospital employee is to combine highly effective and innovative medicine with compassionate care and an individual approach to each patient. Every year, more than 110,000 patients prefer medical care in the Albertinen Hospital Hamburg, which is an undeniable confirmation of the impeccable quality of the services provided.

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Patients rooms

The patients of the Albertinen Hospital Hamburg live in cozy and comfortable rooms made in light colors and modern design. Each patient room is equipped with an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. A standard patient room includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe, a table and chairs for receiving visitors. The patient rooms also have a TV and a telephone.

Meals and Menus

The patient and the accompanying person are offered tasty and balanced three meals a day. If for some reason you do not eat all foods, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your food preferences prior to treatment.

Further details

Standard rooms include:


Accompanying person

During the inpatient program, the accompanying person can live with the patient in a patient room or a hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.


During an outpatient program, the patient can stay at the hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.


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