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Evangelical Lung Hospital Berlin

Berlin, Germany

The Evangelical Lung Hospital Berlin ranks among 10 largest highly specialized medical facilities in Germany for the treatment of lung diseases of varying severity. The medical complex is a well-known specialized hospital for the treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the lungs and other thoracic organs. The hospital was founded in 1952 and is an academic medical facility at the Charite University Hospital Berlin. It also closely collaborates with the Tumor Center Berlin-Buch. The hospital's medical team annually treats more than 6,530 inpatients and 10,669 outpatients. Patient satisfaction with the quality of medical care is confirmed by a bronze award from eKomi, which is the largest independent portal in Europe for the collection of reliable reviews.

The hospital is the Competence Center for Thoracic Surgery, the certified Lung Cancer Center, as well as the accredited Somnology Center and the Wening Center. Another priority field is the comprehensive palliative care for patients with incurable pulmonological pathologies. The specially trained doctors, medical staff and experts in the field of psycho-oncology and physiotherapy, as well as social workers make every effort to ensure the highest possible quality of life for severely ill patients.

Thanks to the use of state-of-the-art medical equipment, the outstanding experience of doctors, competent care and an individual approach to each clinical case, the hospital regularly demonstrates the highest rates of treatment success. The excellent level of treatment quality is confirmed by the DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 certificate.

Since its foundation, the hospital has been actively researching and developing new treatment methods. The active participation and success in the training of medical workers and clinical research still testify to this tradition. The doctors of the hospital carry out research projects in national and international groups and regularly publish the results. All this contributes to the implementation of innovative developments into clinical practice, which help to save human lives.

The basis of medical care in the hospital is a human attitude to each patient. During detailed consultations, the patients and their relatives receive all the information about each stage of treatment, discuss possible alternative treatment options and the predicted result. The personal needs and wishes of the patient are always taken into account.

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Department of Pulmonology and Pulmonary Oncology

Christian Grohé Prof. Dr. med.


Patients rooms

The patients of the Evangelical Lung Hospital Berlin live in comfortable rooms made in bright colors. The room includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe for clothes, a table and chairs for receiving visitors, a safe, a telephone, a TV and a radio. Internet is available at extra cost.

Meals and Menus

The hospital offers a varied diet. During registration at the hospital you will receive a menu for a week, so you can choose breakfast, lunch and dinner to your taste or make an individual meal plan. The daily menu also includes vegetarian meals.

Further details

Standard rooms include:



The religious services can be provided upon request.

Accompanying person

During the inpatient program, an accompanying person may stay with the patient in the room or at a hotel. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.


During the outpatient program, the patient may stay at the hotel. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.


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