Academic Hospital Brothers of Charity Munich
Academic Hospital Brothers of Charity Munich
According to the Focus magazine, the Academic Hospital Brothers of Charity Munich ranks among the top German hospitals in the Federal State of Bavaria!
The hospital is a modern medical facility with the highest level of medical care and long traditions. The hospital operates on the basis of the Technical University of Munich and the German Academy of Nutrition, which contributes to the introduction of progressive diagnostic techniques and therapeutic innovations into the clinical practice. The history of the medical facility has more than 100 years, and throughout this time, the specialists of the hospital manage not only to keep abreast of the very latest advances in medicine, but also remain true to the principles of charity and human compassion.
With more that 1,000 employees, the department's competent medical team diagnoses and treats about 16,500 inpatients and more than 29,000 outpatients every year. The hospital employs about 200 specialized physicians who work for the benefit of their patients and provide them with the best treatment quality, but at the same time pay due attention to the patient's emotional state, try to support him in every possible way and to cheer up for a positive therapy outcome.
The main focuses of the hospital include general and abdominal surgery, gastroenterology, hepatology, oncology, urology, cardiology and pulmonology, orthopedics and traumatology, palliative care, diagnostic and interventional radiology, and others. The hospital regularly demonstrates high success rates in all fields of its specialization, thanks to which the hospital has earned an excellent reputation not only in Germany, but also in the European medical arena.
Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Oncology and General Internal Medicine
The patients of the Academic Hospital Brothers of Charity Munich live in comfortable, spacious single and double rooms designed in bright colors. The standard room furnishing includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe, a telephone, a TV and a radio. There is also a table and chairs for receiving visitors.The hospital offers access to Wi-Fi. It is forbidden to use a mobile phone in the hospital, as this may interfere with the functionality of medical equipment.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the hospital are offered healthy and tasty three meals a day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu also features vegetarian dishes. If for any reason you do not eat all the food, you will be provided with an individual menu.
Standard rooms include:
About the city
Munich is an amazingly beautiful city with rich history and colorful sights. The city is also a major financial, industrial and cultural center. It should be noted that the city is considered the second in the world in the field of communications and advertising after New York. This is one of the most comfortable and hospitable cities in Germany.
One of the main attractions of the city is the New Town Hall. It is a majestic building, which simply can not leave anyone indifferent. The building is known for its size and beauty. Opposite the complex one can see the central square of the city with the shopping street located nearby. The construction of the incredibly big building to replace the Old Town Hall began in 1868, and was completed almost 50 years later. There are 400 rooms of different sizes inside. Everyone can get there using travel tickets. The oldest church is the St. Peter’s Church, which was built in the XII century. Its 91 meter high observation deck opens a magnificent view of Munich.
Special attention should be paid to the museums of Munich. The most famous among them are the Munich Glyptothek, where one of the best collections of sculptures from the Greek and Romanesque eras is presented; the Old Pinakothek, which contains 800 masterpieces of European artists from the Middle Ages till the end of the Rococo period; the New Pinakothek, which stores 550 canvases and 50 sculptures from the period between the Rococo and the Modern; the German Museum and many others. After exploring the attractions, one can either relax in the English Garden, the first public park, which is now one of the largest and most beautiful in the world, or walk along the shopping streets.
In addition, when staying in Munich, one should definitely visit the famous Bavarian castles, located near the city. Neuschwanstein Castle is a work of art that has no equal. Lost among the crowns of huge trees, high in the mountains, this castle looks like a fairytale.
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