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Asklepios Hospital Altona Hamburg

Hamburg, Germany

The Asklepios Hospital Altona Hamburg positions itself as one of the leading medical facilities in Germany. The medical complex is an academic hospital of the University of Hamburg, which makes it possible to offer patients the very latest diagnostic and treatment methods. The hospital was founded in 1971. Today, it has preserved many years of tradition and gained unique experience in receiving patients from Germany and other countries around the world. The hospital offers a wide range of medical specialties, including general and abdominal surgery, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, gastroenterology, cardiology, neurology, oncology, pulmonology, urology, orthopedics, and traumatology. The medical center employs highly qualified doctors and professors who put patients and their individual needs first.

The hospital has 633 inpatient beds. When clinically indicated, physicians provide outpatient diagnosis and treatment without mandatory hospitalization. The medical and nursing team consists of more than 1,550 employees. The hospital admits more than 95,000 patients each year, with more and more patients choosing this modern medical center every year.

It is worth noting that the hospital houses a specialized da Vinci Robotic Surgery Center, which was founded in 2017. The center's specialists work with the state-of-the-art da Vinci XI robotic system. Patients with gastrointestinal diseases, ENT pathologies, and urological conditions are operated on here. It is worth mentioning that such a treatment is available only in a few European hospitals. Surgical interventions are performed by specially trained surgeons. The robotic system executes commands given by the surgeon during the procedure using a console to control the system. The da Vinci surgical procedures are extremely precise and minimally invasive, with outcomes comparable to those of conventional open surgery.

The successful practice of the Asklepios Hospital Altona Hamburg is recognized by prestigious quality certificates, including the Leading Medicine Guide certificate in the fields of neurosurgery and spinal surgery, the DGU certificate from the German Trauma Society, the Aktion Saubere Hände certificate, and others.

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Patients rooms

Patients of the Asklepios Hospital Altona Hamburg stay in comfortable single and double rooms with a modern design. The furnishings of a standard patient room include an automatically adjustable bed with an orthopedic mattress, a bedside table with a pull-out table, a wardrobe, a table, chairs, a TV, and a telephone. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet. The bathroom has changeable towels, toiletries, a bathrobe, and a hairdryer.

Meals and Menus

Patients are offered delicious and balanced meals three times a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu also always includes dietary and vegetarian dishes. 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.

Further details

Standard rooms include:






The clinic has a small chapel where one can stay alone for prayers.

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.


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