Hospital Nordwest Frankfurt am Main
According to the reputable Focus magazine, the Hospital Nordwest Frankfurt am Main ranks among the top German medical facilities!
The hospital has a reputation of a modern multidisciplinary medical center with excellent quality of services. The medical complex is an academic hospital of the Goethe University Frankfurt, thanks to which it provides patients with treatment based on the very latest achievements of university medicine. The hospital has 12 specialized departments, as well as numerous narrowly focussed centers and institutes, whose doctors work hand in hand for the benefit of their patients. The hospital has 582 beds. The medical staff of the hospital annually provides diagnostics and treatment to more than 21,800 inpatients, while over 36,000 patients receive medical care on an outpatient basis.
The hospital presents such medical fields as oncology and hematology, radiation oncology, gynecology, urology, neurology, internal medicine, general and abdominal surgery, thoracic surgery, vascular surgery and others. Each of these medical fields is represented by a professional team of doctors and nursing staff. Oncology is one of the priority focuses of the hospital. In 2008, the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Hospital Frankfurt together with the Hospital Nordwest Frankfurt am Main founded the University Cancer Center Frankfurt recognized by the German Cancer Aid as one of the best in Germany. In this high-tech center, the patients receive effective interdisciplinary medical care, since not only oncologists, chemotherapists and radiation oncologists are involved in the therapeutic process, but also specialists from related disciplines, including gynecologists, urologists, gastroenterologists, pulmonologists, surgeons and other experts. The patients are also provided with qualified psychological care, which is an integral part of the successful cancer treatment. Thanks to its status as an academic hospital, the medical facility gives patients the opportunity to participate in clinical trials at both national and international levels.
The hospital is proud of its health facilities and state-of-the-art equipment, which plays an important role in the effective diagnostics and treatment. For example, since 2016, the Department of Radiation Oncology has been using cutting-edge Truebeam STx NOVALIS linear accelerators from VARIAN and Brainlab, which allow the doctors to provide highly effective, but very sparing, radiation therapy for cancer treatment. Despite the presence of modern medical technologies in the hospital, the focus of the doctors is on the patient with his individual needs and wishes. The specialists pay attention to creating a friendly atmosphere in the hospital and always demonstrate humanity in relation to their patients.
The outstanding clinical activities of the medical complex are awarded by many prestigious certificates, including certificates of the German Cancer Society in the treatment of bowel, liver, prostate, gynecologic cancers, etc. The Aktion Saubere Hände certificate and a modern quality management system guarantee patients the highest safety standards during both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
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The patients of the Hospital Nordwest Frankfurt am Main live in comfortable single and double rooms, corresponding to the level of a top-class hotel. Some single rooms have large panoramic windows offering beautiful views of the city of Frankfurt.
The patient room furnishing includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe with a built-in safe, a desk with a chair and a reading lamp, a TV, a telephone and a mini-fridge. The patient rooms have Wi-Fi (at an extra fee). All patient rooms have an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. In the bathroom one can find changeable towels, a bathrobe, a hairdryer and toiletries.
The hospital has a cafe on its territory, where one can not only have a tasty snack, but also buy newspapers, magazines, personal hygiene products, drinks, sweets and much more.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the hospital are offered delicious and varied three meals a day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meals are served to patients in their room. During the day, the patients are provided with fresh fruits, juices, coffee, tea and mineral water.
If you are on a specific diet for some reason, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your dietary preferences prior to the treatment.
Standard rooms include:
The religious services are available upon request.
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 the outpatient program, the patient can stay at the hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.
Frankfurt am Main is a major city in Germany and an important economic center for all of Europe. For many centuries, Frankfurt has enjoyed the status of the country's financial center, and many brokerage houses and large banks are still concentrated here. In addition, the city is home to the European Central Bank, which determines the monetary policy of the EU countries. Frankfurt is also a major cultural and scientific center of the country. It houses many educational institutions, including the famous Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, and museums. The city often hosts fairs and festivals, which attract the attention of both German residents and foreign tourists.
However, Frankfurt is famous not only for its financial companies and banks, but also for its sights, most of which have been preserved from the Middle Ages. The main place for cultural activities in Frankfurt is the Museum Embankment with the most interesting museums in the city. The Liebieghaus Museum exhibits one of the most extensive collections of world-famous sculptures, while the visitors of the Historical Museum can admire a huge exhibition of silver and gold dishes, ceramics and jewelry dating from different periods of Frankfurt culture. One should definitely visit the Goethe House, which was rebuilt after the destruction during World War II and today provides an opportunity to see the conditions in which the genius writer lived and worked.
Roemerberg Square is the historical center of the city. Previously, German Kaisers used to be crowned here, but now it is a venue for the city fairs and other entertainment events. The square houses the Old City Hall and the Fountain with a statue of Lady Justice. Frankfurt also has many significant religious monuments, including the St. Paul's Church, the construction of which dates back to 1833, and the majestic Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew decorated with unique canvases, frescoes and stained glass windows. At the very top of the temple one can find an observation deck, which opens a beautiful panorama of the city.
In addition to an extensive cultural program, Frankfurt offers tourists a variety of active entertainments. There is a large golf club in the immediate vicinity of the city, which hosts international tournaments. Frankfurt has many beautiful gardens and parks, the most famous of which is the Palmengarten. Its main decoration is charming fountains, numerous exotic flowers and plants.
After exploring the city, tourists head to pubs and restaurants to taste traditional German cuisine and famous apple wine. Young people can end the day in the innumerable nightclubs of Frankfurt.