- Kleinbartloff, Germany
About us Eichsfeld Klinikum
Many of those people searching for the high-quality and effective medical treatment choose German healthcare.
With 373 beds, the hospital is the center of the in-patient medical care in the district of Eichsfeld (Thuringia). In our nursing school, we train young people to be nurses and ward attendants. We are an academic teaching hospital at the University Hospital of Jena, and we give medical students an opportunity to pass an annual medical practice. We also offer a cooking course.
German healthcare for sick people and those ones that require medical assistance includes services available at our out-patient department. Together with the charitable organization of the Roman Catholic Church in Erfurt, we run the welfare centers of visiting nurse care of a charitable organization of the Roman Catholic Church in the municipalities of Arenshausen, Heiligenstadt, Mühlhausen, Dingelstädt, Bad Frankenhausen, and Worbis, as well as a residential home for the elderly in the cities of Dingelstädt and Leinefelde.
German healthcare is effective and competent thanks to the famous German pedantry and "can-do" spirit of the medical staff. Many of our patients say that we have given them a sense of security. Around 1,000 enthusiastic employees are committed to ensuring that this remains so in the future: at our hospital, quality service is a priority, so we employ only the most competent professionals.
We will do everything possible to ensure your speedy recovery. Furthermore, German healthcare pays particular attention to prevention of various diseases. In addition to primary care, our specialists will be happy to offer you additional services.
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In the cities of Heiligenstadt and Reifenstein, Eichsfeld Klinikum runs two multidisciplinary Intensive Care Units headed by anesthesiologists. Each unit has 8 beds (of which five beds are equipped with machines for artificial lung ventilation). Our medical experts use the latest technologies to minimize the time the patient stays in the intensive care unit. Moreover, while performing any procedures our experts are always mindful of humanity and philosophy of the clinic.
Surgical preparation areas, operating rooms and intensive care wards are equipped with advanced devices for anesthesia and mechanical ventilation. In the case of acute and chronic renal failure, doctors of our interdisciplinary intensive care units perform the hemofiltration.
Our operating unit includes a recovery room in order to supervise the in- and out-patients after surgery with the purpose of pain therapy.
About the city
Tourist attractions in Germany are so diverse that everyone will find something to his or her liking. Kleinbartloff is a community in the collective municipality of Eichsfelder Kessel in Eichsfeld district in Thuringia. Kleinbartloff community consists of the town of Kleinbartloff and urban area of Reifenstein, as well as two farms and five former mills.
Kleinbartloff was first mentioned in documents of Count Heinrich von Gleichen in 1253. The village is a so-called monastery village, which was founded near the Cistercian monastery built in 1162. The sovereign prince was Archbishop of Mainz. In the early 16th century, the village was completely abandoned, and in 1803, the monastery Reifenstein was dissolved, and the territory came under the possession of Prussia and was transformed into a state province. This continued until 1945.
During the Second World War, since 1940, more than 100 men and women from Poland and Ukraine worked in forced labor for the peasants of Kleinbartloff, Reifenstein and Rittergut Quetz. In Reifenstein, there was a "special camp" for forced laborers. Tourist attractions in Germany will be very interesting to history fans, because only by visiting them, you can grasp the spirit of the historical era by yourselves.
In the years 1945-1949, the town of Kleinbartloff was in the Soviet occupation zone and became a part of GDR in 1949. In 1949, the monastery was taken over by the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, where a special hospital for the treatment of bone and joint tuberculosis was established. In 1964, the hospital became the district hospital of the former district Worbis. Since 1961 until the reunification of Germany in the years 1989/1990, Kleinbartloff was affected by the nearby border that divided Germany. Since 1990 Kleinbartloff has been apart to Thuringia.
One of the most striking tourist attractions in Germany is the monastery of Reifenstein.
In the northern part of the town along Giesgraben, you can find numerous mills. They are recognized as ancient monuments and are under the protection of the state. Here you can also see the half-timbered houses, which had previously been used as mills. Thus, the German cities are harmonious symbiosis of history and culture, so they will be an excellent choice for a traveler.