Childrens Hospital Amsterdamer Cologne
Childrens Hospital Amsterdamer Cologne
The Children's Hospital Amsterdamer Cologne has the status of one of the largest and most respected pediatric medical centers in Germany. The medical facility is the Academic Hospital of the University of Cologne, with a long history of more than 55 years. The hospital employs competent specialists in various fields of pediatric medicine who apply their experience and knowledge for the treatment of young patients with various pathologies, ranging from bronchial asthma, diabetes mellitus, epilepsy, and malformations to cancer and mental disorders. The most important areas of specialization are pediatric surgery and urology.
The medical team of the hospital treats over 10,000 inpatients every year. It performs more than 5,000 surgical interventions on children annually. In addition, the emergency medical service provides its services to about 35,000 patients annually. The medical facility has 292 beds for inpatient treatment.
The hospital cooperates closely with maternity hospitals in the city of Cologne, as well as with the University Hospital of Cologne and other children's hospitals. The hospital offers all modern facilities and medical and technical equipment for the accurate diagnosis and high-quality treatment of children of various age groups, from extremely premature infants to adolescents and teenagers. The involvement of parents in the therapeutic process plays a significant role in the treatment of young children.
The work of the hospital is recognized by prestigious quality certificates, particularly the Ausgezeichnet. FÜR KINDER certificate. This certification was given to the Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine as well as to the Department of Pediatric Surgery and Urology. This certificate is one of the top awards given to medical centers for excellent inpatient medical care in Germany, so parents can be sure that the health of their children is in the safe hands of true professionals.
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The young patients of the Children's Hospital Amsterdamer Cologne live in comfortable and cozy rooms. The standard room furnishings include an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table with a pull-out tray, a TV, a wardrobe, a table, and chairs. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet.
One of the parents may stay in the patient room with their child. The hospital also offers accommodations for parents. Parents from other cities or countries have the opportunity to stay at the Ronald McDonalds Haus Hotel.
Meals and Menus
The young patients are offered a daily choice of three menus. If, for some reason, a child does not eat all the foods, they will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about the preferences of your child prior to treatment.
The parents can eat in the cafeteria after receiving meal vouchers from the hospital administration. During inpatient treatment, they are also offered drinks, such as tea and coffee.
Standard rooms include:
About the city
Cologne is a city in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located on the banks of the picturesque Rhine River. The city is known as one of the largest economic and cultural centers in Germany. It is also one of the oldest German cities (founded 2000 years ago), and therefore it offers its guests many fascinating and impressive historical monuments.
For many centuries, the famous Cologne Cathedral, built in the Gothic style, has been the symbol of the city. The first stone in the foundation of Cologne Cathedral, which was built on the site of more ancient Christian churches, was laid in 1228 by Konrad von Hochstaden, Archbishop of Cologne. This was the beginning of the grandiose construction of the cathedral masterpiece, which was designed to outshine other temples. Cologne Cathedral can be seen from almost any place in the city. The temple amazes with its wide facades, towers extending to the clouds, and magnificent stained glass windows. In addition to the cathedral, the city has twelve Romanesque churches, the most interesting of which are the Great St. Martin Church, St. Andrew's Church, the Basilica of St. Severin, and others.
Cologne also offers many interesting museums. The first step is to go to the Chocolate Museum. It is located just a 10-minute leisurely walk from the center and looks like a ship. During the excursion, the guests have the opportunity to follow the process of making chocolate, see the work process of the workshop, which produces about 400 kg of products daily, see the main components of sweet bars, admire the ancient packaging of famous brands (Mars, Milka, and Nutella), and even visit a greenhouse with tropical plants, which provide ingredients for desserts. If you are indifferent to sweets, you can go to the Fragrance Museum. The expositions in the museum provide a clear idea of how the aromas were obtained in different eras and sold in bottles. One can also visit the Romano-Germanic Museum and the Wallraf-Richartz Museum.
Cologne has many restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisines. Of course, the most popular among city guests are the restaurants serving traditional German cuisine. The main concentration of restaurants, old pubs, and bakeries is in Old Town, or Altstadt. In addition, Cologne offers the greatest shopping opportunities. The city center houses huge shopping arcades with hundreds of boutiques and shops, a significant part of which are premium brands. The largest shopping centers are Neumarkt Passage, Opern-Passagen, and WDR Arcade.
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