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Hospital Frankfurt (Oder)

Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

The Hospital Frankfurt (Oder) has an excellent reputation in the national and international medical arena, providing patients with high-quality medical services in accordance with the standards of modern medicine. The healthcare facility is an academic hospital of the Charite University Hospital Berlin and is also part of the Rhön-Klinikum AG medical concern. The health of patients is in the safe hands of a team of highly professional doctors and nursing staff, which, combined with advanced infrastructure and technical equipment, allows doctors to work wonders, curing patients from the most severe diseases.

The hospital has 25 specialized departments as well as highly specialized centers and institutes. Thus, almost all areas of medicine are represented here, including general, abdominal and thoracic surgery, neurosurgery, vascular surgery, orthopedics and traumatology, ophthalmology, dermatology, gastroenterology, nephrology, neurology, pediatric and adolescent medicine, radiation oncology, urology, etc. Special competence exists in the fields of gastroenterology, nephrology, infectology, rheumatology, and endocrinology. In addition, the hospital successfully carries out cell therapy and has been brilliantly performing autologous stem cell transplants on patients with hematological diseases and cancers for many years. The medical facility is the only one in the federal state of Brandenburg that performs allogeneic stem cell transplants from related donors.

All the hospital's doctors cooperate closely with each other, providing patients with comprehensive interdisciplinary treatment. An important component in the work of physicians is a humane attitude towards their patients and support for a patient on his way to recovery.

The medical center is certified in accordance with the DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 requirements and is awarded the IQM (Initiative Qualitätsmedizin) quality certificate, so patients can be sure that they will receive excellent medical service and successful treatment results.

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Patients rooms

The patients of the Hospital Frankfurt (Oder) live in comfortable single and double rooms with a modern design. The patient room furnishings include an automatically adjustable bed with an orthopedic mattress, a wardrobe, a desk, an armchair with a coffee table, a safe, a mini-fridge, a Full HD flat-screen TV, a telephone, and a radio. Each patient room has Wi-Fi access. The patient rooms are equipped with an ensuite bathroom with a shower and toilet, a heated towel rail, a hairdryer, a cosmetic mirror, a set of toiletries, a bathrobe, and bath towels.

Meals and Menus

The patients of the hospital are offered three tasty and healthy meals a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If, for some reason, you do not eat all the foods, please inform the medical staff in advance, and you will be offered an individual menu.

The hospital also has a cozy cafe where one can taste a delicious meal, a cup of coffee, or tea with dessert. In the warm season, an open terrace is also available here.

Further details

Standard rooms include:






The hospital has a prayer room open to patients and their relatives. One can stay alone for a prayer, and holy masses are regularly held here.

Accompanying person

Your accompanying person may stay with you in your patient room or at the hotel of your choice during the inpatient program.


You may stay at the hotel of your choice during the outpatient program. Our managers will support you for selecting the best option.


Frankfurt an der Oder is a picturesque town in East Germany, in the federal state of Brandenburg. The town was badly damaged during World War II, so it cannot boast of an abundance of historical monuments and ancient architecture, but it pleases the eye with modern buildings and structures. In addition, although not in large numbers, there are still interesting sights for getting to know German traditions and having a good time.

The very heart of Frankfurt an der Oder is its central square with the Gothic Town Hall, which survived the bombings of World War II and has retained its original appearance. The Town Hall impresses with its elaborately decorated facade and its grandeur. In the building of the Town Hall there is a gallery of modern paintings, which offers many interesting masterpieces of art. The central square often hosts fairs and folk festivals. The square also houses boutiques, antique shops, cafes, and restaurants where one can have a delicious meal and just have a good time.

One of the most popular sights in the town is also St. Mary's Church, built in the 13th century and restored after the war. The church is a fine example of Gothic architecture. Despite numerous restoration efforts, surprisingly beautiful 14th-century stained-glass windows, an ancient altar, bronze candlesticks, and other ancient relics have been preserved here.

The pride of Frankfurt an der Oder is the botanical garden, the landscape park called Lennepark, the Stadtwald Forest Park, and the Wildlife Park. Both locals and tourists enjoy spending time here, arranging hiking, cycling, and picnics.