ATOS Clinic Heidelberg
- Heidelberg, Germany
ATOS Clinic Heidelberg
About us ATOS Clinic Heidelberg
Founded in 1991, the ATOS Clinic Heidelberg combines top-quality service and cutting-edge medicine. It keeps track of the latest scientific developments and contributes to those developments.
The clinic has 73 beds. It treats about 3,000 inpatients every year. There are 5 modern operating rooms with the state-of-the-art equipment, where experienced surgeons perform surgical procedures of any severity.
The clinic employs respected medical experts whose reputations reach beyond regional and national borders. They have the very latest treatment methods and ensure the best treatment results with the help of qualified application of modern medical equipment.
Much attention is paid to interdisciplinary cooperation, which opens the possibilities for developing complex and individual approaches to treatment, allowing to achieve the most favorable results of therapy. At the primary admission to the clinic, it usually offers a special examination with the involvement of specialists from different fields. Thus, the patient has the opportunity to undergo a thorough, comprehensive preventive check-up, which, in addition to orthopedic aspects, includes an examination of the state of the cardiovascular system and other vital organs. In addition, there can be made additional examinations in allergies, oncological diseases, diabetes mellitus, etc.
The clinic provides highly specialized medical services corresponding to the strictest international standards. Every effort of the medical staff is aimed at ensuring the best treatment result and making the patient feel comfortable during the entire period of the hospital stay.
About the city
Heidelberg is one of the most picturesque cities in Baden-Württemberg. In 1386 the famous Heidelberg University was founded here, and since then the city is famous as one of the most important scientific, cultural and educational centers of Germany.
The visiting card of the city is the Old Bridge (Alte Brücke). Not less important historical sight is the Market Square. The northern part of the square is decorated with the old Town Hall, the western part houses the largest church of the city, the Church of Holy Spirit, while the center of the square has the Hercules Fountain. However, the most famous landmark of the city is the Heidelberg Castle built in the XIII century. Heidelberg also offers a large number of museums. Among the most popular are the Palatine Museum, the German Museum of Packaging, the Museum of Antiquity, the Carl Bosch Museum, the Museum of Religious Art and Liturgy.