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DRK Altenkirchen-Hachenburg Hospital

DRK Altenkirchen-Hachenburg Hospital

Altenkirchen, Germany

With a team of 350 employees and more than 160 beds, the DRK Altenkirchen-Hachenburg Hospital provides optimal treatment of patients in the selected activity areas on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. The hospital is focused on general and abdominal surgery, traumatology and hand surgery, as well as internal medicine and pain therapy. 

The hospital treats more than 5,500 inpatients and 12,000 outpatients (1,500 outpatient surgical procedures) every year, both from Altenkirchen and from other regions and countries. The optimal patient care requires an accurate and reliable diagnostics of the underlying disease with the use of laboratory technologies. Therefore, the hospital is equipped with its own laboratory and the Section of  X-ray Diagnostics. Another priority is the Physiotherapy Center that offers a variety of preventive and rehabilitation programs in modern and specially equipped facilities.

The DRK Altenkirchen-Hachenburg Hospital has successfully introduced and now uses the quality management system (re-confirmed in April 2015). In addition to ISO 9001: 2008 certification, the hospital was also awarded with the quality mark "Hospital Management".

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Patients rooms

Comfortable patient's rooms have everything you need: bed, bedside table, TV set (at extra charge), telephone (at extra charge), radio (via headphones), shower, bathroom.

Further details

Standard rooms include:



Representatives of other religions may be requested at any time.


You may stay at the hotel during the outpatient program. Our employees will support you for selecting the best option.


The cozy, picturesque town of Altenkirchen is located in Rhineland-Palatinate. The town charms tourists with its beautiful green landscapes and a relaxed atmosphere. The main attractions of the town are the Krottorf Castle and the Old Church of Altenkirchen, which houses the so-called Svantevit Stone (Svantevitstein).