- Cologne, Germany
Academic Hospital Augustinerinnen Cologne
About us Academic Hospital Augustinerinnen Cologne
The Academic Hospital Augustinerinnen in Cologne is a hospital of standard medical care with 318 beds. As an academic teaching hospital of the University of Cologne, the Hospital is actively engaged in research and training. The Hospital annually treats 12,730 inpatients and 16,452 outpatients.
The Academic Hospital Augustinerinnen has 8 departments, which offer the entire spectrum of their focuses. The priorities are pulmonology, including the Lung Ventilation Center, somnology and diseases of the cardiovascular system, general, visceral surgery/traumatology and orthopedics. The Hospital also offers professional care and there is a regular quality control, as well as optimization.
The excellent technical equipment, intensive cooperation within the Hospital and with the external medical institutions, high competence and motivation of physicians are necessary preconditions to ensure a successful comprehensive treatment in the Academic Hospital Augustinerinnen in Cologne.
The Hospital is recommended in the 2017 FOCUS list of top clinics for its high treatment quality.
Photo: The Academic Hospital Augustinerinnen in Cologne
About the city
Cologne is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, which is one of the largest economic and cultural centers of Germany. Due to the Cologne Cathedral, an outstanding monument of Gothic architecture, the city has gained worldwide fame. Cologne is also the largest museum and exhibition center.