Academic Hospital Marien Duesseldorf
Academic Hospital Marien Duesseldorf
The Academic Hospital Marien Duesseldorf is a state-of-the-art medical facility in the center of Duesseldorf and a recognized research center. The first stone in the foundation of the hospital was laid back in 1864 with the support of the Catholic Church. For all these years, the Christian principles of patient care and support have not changed at all, but the level of medical care has changed fundamentally: a small hospital has been transformed into a multidisciplinary medical center with 11 internal departments, institutes and 7 interdisciplinary centers. Thus, patients can receive comprehensive diagnostic examination and treatment within a single building.
The hospital has 437 beds for inpatient treatment. It provides first-class medical services to 63,000 patients every year. The medical staff of the hospital consists of competent doctors, the best professionals in their field, who work in interdisciplinary cooperation. In clinical practice, doctors use modern equipment, cutting-edge technology, as well as innovative treatments, which as a whole allows achieving optimal results of therapy.
Department of Internal Medicine and Conservative Intensive Care Medicine
The patients of the Academic Hospital Marien Duesseldorf live in comfortable patient rooms, equipped with everything necessary. The furnishing of the room includes a comfortable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe, TV. Also, the rooms are made in light colors so that patients feel comfortable here.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the hospital are offered a healthy, balanced three meals a day: buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu regularly features dietary and vegetarian dishes.
Standard rooms include:
About the city
Duesseldorf is the capital of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The city is located on the banks of the River Rhine in a place where the river Düssel flows into the Rhine. It is considered one of the largest economic and cultural centers of the country. The city that is almost 900 years old offers so much to see – it was not for nothing that it was once called Little Paris, and Goethe praised Duesseldorf in his books.
Certainly, the most interesting place in Duesseldorf is the Old Town or Altstadt, located on the right bank of the Rhine. Altstadt is called "the longest bar in the world": more than 260 pubs, restaurants, pizzerias, bars, discos, Irish pubs every day hospitably open their doors to both locals and tourists. There is a traditional Market Square and the Gothic Town Hall. Near the Town Hall, on Burgplatz, one can see two symbols of the city – the Church of St. Lambertus and the Castle Tower, both built in the XIII century. A little to the east is the St. Andrew’s Church (Andreaskirche). The Hofgarten, adjacent to the Altstadt, offers beautiful fountains and statues, green spaces.
South of the Old City rises the Rheinturm TV tower with a height of 234 meters, which is topped with a revolving restaurant at an altitude of 172 m. Near the tower there is the Landtag of North Rhine-Westphalia. This building is considered one of the most modern government institutions in Europe. In addition, Duesseldorf is considered the center of fashion, the focus of which is the Royal Alley (Koenigsallee) – the most chic street in Europe, entirely studded with the shops of famous couturiers.
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