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Augustinerinnen Hospital Cologne

Augustinerinnen Hospital Cologne

Cologne, Germany

According to the reputable Focus magazine, the Augustinerinnen Hospital Cologne ranks among the top medical facilities in North Rhine-Westphalia! 

The medical facility is an academic hospital of the University of Cologne, thanks to which it provides patients with highly effective treatment using the latest medical advances. The history of the hospital dates back to more than 140 years, so it is not surprising that the medical center enjoys an excellent reputation throughout Germany and is deservedly proud of its successful clinical activities. The hospital's priority focuses are pulmonology, cardiology, gastroenterology, general surgery, abdominal surgery, thoracic surgery, trauma surgery, orthopedics, gynecology, obstetrics, and radiology. About 13,000 inpatients and more than 16,000 outpatients are treated here every year.

The high-tech equipment, active cooperation of specialists within the hospital and with external medical partners, and high competence and motivation of doctors form a solid foundation for providing medical services in accordance with international standards. The hospital regularly takes measures for quality control and medical service optimization.

Only modern and reliable treatment methods are used at the hospital, the effectiveness of which has been confirmed during clinical trials. Minimally invasive surgical techniques, including laparoscopy, endoscopy, video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS), and image-guided interventional techniques are applied for surgical interventions.

The hospital’s work is based on Christian beliefs, and therefore all patients and their loved ones are surrounded by care and a respectful and sympathetic attitude. The attending physicians devote much time to counseling patients. All this positively affects favorable treatment outcomes.

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Department of Pulmonology

Urte Sommerwerck Dr. med.


Patients rooms

The patients of the Augustinerinnen Hospital Cologne live in single and double rooms. All patient rooms have comfortable furnishings and are designed in light colors. The standard patient room furnishings include an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table with a pull-out tray, a wardrobe, a table, chairs, a TV, and a telephone. Wi-Fi is also available in the patient rooms.

Patients can also stay in enhanced-comfort rooms. These patient rooms have upholstered furniture, a mini-bar, and a safe. The bathroom in the enhanced-comfort rooms is equipped with an illuminated cosmetic mirror, toiletries, a hairdryer, changeable towels, and a bathrobe.

Meals and Menus

Patients and their accompanying persons are offered three meals a day, with several menus to choose from. If, for some reason, you do not eat all the foods, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your dietary preferences prior to treatment.

Patients staying in enhanced-comfort rooms are offered a special menu including Mediterranean cuisine, fitness salads, pasta, whole-grain pastries, etc. Fresh fruits are also served in enhanced-comfort rooms, and tea or coffee is available at any time of the day.

Further details

Standard rooms include:



There is a chapel on the territory of the hospital, in which Catholic worship services are held every Sunday at 9:00. Patients can also visit the chapel and pray at any time.

The services of representatives of other religions are available upon request.

Accompanying person

Your accompanying person may stay with you in your patient room or at the hotel of your choice during the inpatient program.


You may stay at the hotel of your choice during the outpatient program. Our managers will support you for selecting the best option.


Cologne is one of the largest cities in Germany, playing the role of an important economic and cultural center. It is located on the banks of the Rhine River in western Germany. With a history spanning over 2000 years, it will certainly surprise even the most sophisticated tourists with its atmosphere and architectural values.

The symbol of the city is Cologne Cathedral. The shrine became one of the few religious buildings that survived after the terrible bombing of World War II. The cathedral was built in the Gothic style and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The incredible architecture of the cathedral includes majestic portals and towers, which are woven in a fancy pattern like black lace, while the outlines of the cathedral represent a Latin cross. The magnificent stained-glass windows manufactured by the best medieval craftsmen are particularly impressive. The visitors to the city are also impressed by the huge height of the cathedral, which is 157 m.

Among the secular buildings in Cologne, the City Hall is of particular interest to visitors. The building has been reconstructed several times since the 14th century, but during the post-war reconstruction, it was possible to achieve the best possible resemblance to the original design. The facade of the tower of the City Hall is decorated with 124 sculptures depicting iconic figures in the history of Cologne. Every three hours, the bronze bells at the top of the tower play melodies that are known to every German.

The city has many interesting museums. The most interesting of these include the Chocolate Museum, the Fragrance Museum, the Museum Ludwig, and the Roman-Germanic Museum.

Cologne offers the greatest shopping opportunities. The city also houses a large number of cafes and restaurants offering a variety of cuisines from around the world. However, the most popular among city guests are the restaurants serving traditional German cuisine.