Central Clinic Bad Berka
The Central Clinic Bad Berka is a leading provider of advanced medical services in Thuringia. The clinic began its work in 1898 and during this time has gained the status of a multidisciplinary medical center, which regularly demonstrates the highest rates of treatment success. As the academic medical institution of the University Hospital Jena, the medical center in the picturesque spa city provides patients with high-quality and effective treatment at the highest scientific and technical level. It is noteworthy that the clinic admits not only German citizens, but also many patients from different parts of the world.
The clinic operates 21 specialized departments. The key areas of clinical practice include neurology, neurosurgery, general surgery, cardiology and cardiac surgery, orthopedics and traumatology, thoracic surgery and pulmonology, spinal surgery, palliative care and others.
The high quality of medical services is achieved through close interdisciplinary cooperation of specialists from various departments, the use of state-of-the-art medical equipment and the very latest developments in university medicine. The clinic staff consists of a team of highly qualified specialists who do everything possible to daily provide the most effective medical care focused on the individual needs and wishes of a particular patient. One of the main components of the professional concept of the clinic is a humane and friendly attitude to each patient.
In addition to the impeccable medical care, it is worth highlighting the unique architecture of the clinic building. With a 100-year history, the clinic was almost completely restored, but at the same time its atmosphere and architectural features were preserved. When crossing the threshold of the clinic, the patient finds himself in a huge hall with glass trim. On the roof of the inpatient station of the clinic one can find an impressive garden, which offers an equally magnificent view of the Ilm River Valley. Thus, the beautiful architecture and the surrounding green forests also have a good effect on the restoration of the patients’ health.
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The patients of the Central Clinic Bad Berka live in comfortable and cozy rooms. The clinic uses its own patient accommodation scheme – two double rooms combined with one spacious relaxation room. The relaxation room has a sofa and a TV, whereas each of the patient rooms is equipped with comfortable beds, a TV and a telephone. Also, each patient room is equipped with an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. In the relaxation room, patients can have lunch together, watch TV or just chat. The reception of visitors also takes place here.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the clinic are offered tasty, varied and healthy three meals a day: buffet breakfast, hearty lunch and light dinner. If necessary, the patients can be offered on an individual menu.
The clinic also has a good cafe, which presents a wide selection of snacks, full dishes, desserts and drinks.
Standard rooms include:
Bad Berka is a beautiful city in the state of Thuringia. Bad Berka enjoys the fame of a spa city, which has many springs with iron-rich healing water and a large number of hydropathic centers. The city is also surrounded by spruce, pine and beech forests. Thanks to all these natural values, the city houses many medical institutions that have gained an excellent reputation not only in Germany, but also far beyond its borders.
The history of the resort has more than 900 years, which gives it a special atmosphere of bygone times. Nevertheless, today the infrastructure and transport links are well developed here. In the picturesque surroundings of the city, new residential and commercial areas are dynamically developing.
In addition, the city is known for its proximity to the cultural capital of Weimar and its connection with numerous historical figures, for example, the famous poet Goethe, who has repeatedly visited this picturesque corner. Among the main attractions of the city and its vicinity, it is worth noting the Avenida-Therme Hohenfelden Water Park, the beautiful Kranichfeld Niederburg Castle, the Oberschloss Kranichfeld Castle and the Ilmtal Nature Reserve.