Helios Hospital Hildesheim
Helios Hospital Hildesheim
The Helios Hospital Hildesheim positions itself as an advanced provider of high-quality medical services at the European level. The medical facility is an Academic Hospital of the Hannover Medical School, thanks to which it can successfully introduce the very latest medical achievements into clinical practice. The hospital is distinguished by the excellent quality of diagnostics, highly effective treatment of pathologies of any severity and the best patient care based on understanding and humane attitude. The history of the medical complex dates back to 1838, so it carefully honors traditions, but at the same time the hospital actively uses innovative diagnostic and treatment methods. The medical team of the hospital consists of more than 1,450 people. The hospital employs highly qualified doctors who are rightfully proud of their treatment outcomes.
The medical facility has 579 beds. The team of doctors working at the hospital treats more than 28,000 inpatients and about 80,000 outpatients every year. The patients from foreign countries often undergo diagnostics and treatment in the hospital, which confirms the excellent reputation of the medical center in the international arena.
The hospital offers highly specialized departments with different medical focuses, including oncology, cardiology, gastroenterology, gynecology, dermatology, otolaryngology, general and abdominal surgery, plastic and aesthetic surgery, traumatology, etc. Many medical fields are awarded with prestigious certificates, including German Cancer Society (DKG) certification, IQM certification, and others.
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Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology
Department of Adult and Pediatric Plastic Surgery, Reconstructive Burn Surgery and Hand Surgery
The patients of the Helios Hospital Hildesheim live in spacious and light rooms. The furnishings of a standard patient room includes an automatically adjustable bed with an orthopedic mattress, a bedside table, and a wardrobe for storing things. All patient rooms have telephone, radio and TV, as well as free Wi-Fi. For maximum convenience of patients, each room has an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet.
If desired, the patient can stay in an enhanced-comfort room. Such rooms are distinguished by a more sophisticated design, and are additionally equipped with a safe, a minifridge and upholstered furniture.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the hospital are offered tasty and varied meals. Diet and vegetarian menus are also available. If the patient follows a special diet recommended by the attending physician, he will be provided with food cooked from approved products.
Breakfast is served buffet style: eggs, various types of cheese, sausage, buns, jam, vegetables. There are three set menus to choose from for lunch. Dinner is also served buffet style.
In addition, the hospital has a cozy cafe called Leckeria where one can have a delicious snack. The range of dishes includes light salads, hearty set meals, snacks, sandwiches, cakes, as well as tea, coffee and soft drinks. The terrace is open in the summertime.
Standard rooms include:
All patient rooms have a TV set. The TV can be used with headphones – the patients can use their own headphones or ask for the headphones from the staff.
The patient can talk with a Christian priest at any time. Divine services are held every Sunday at 10 am (on the ground floor).
Other religious services are available upon request.
During the inpatient program, the accompanying person can stay with the patient in a patient room or at a hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.
During the outpatient program, the patient can stay at a hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.
About the city
Hildesheim is an amazing German city with a long history and rich architectural heritage. Hildesheim is located in the south of Lower Saxony, between the Harz forest area and the picturesque landscapes of the Lüneburg Heath. The history of the city begins with the foundation of the Bishopric of Hildesheim in 815. Today the city has the status of an important industrial, commercial and economic center of Germany. Hildesheim harmoniously combines medieval features with the image of a modern city, which makes it an attractive tourist destination.
Like many other German cities, Hildesheim was significantly damaged by bombing during World War II, so many of the city's attractions are restored replicas. The very heart of the city is the Market Square, where one can feel the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. The square houses a beautiful building of the City Hall, traditional German half-timbered houses, a fairground fountain, the Butchers' Guild Hall, the Bakers' Guild Hall and other interesting buildings. One should definitely visit two main shrines of Hildesheim – St. Michael's Church and St. Mary's Cathedral. Both temples are of great historical value and are listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Those who want to get acquainted with the glorious past of the Hildesheim can go to the City Museum located in one of the most impressive half-timbered houses in the country. The guests of the city will certainly be interested in visiting the Hildesheim Cathedral Museum with its unique collection of religious art, as well as the Roemer- and Pelizaeus-Museum that presents the rarest Chinese porcelain and artworks created by ancient Egyptian and ancient Peruvian masters.
The city offers a well-developed infrastructure, many hotels, cafes and restaurants for every taste and budget. In addition, the surrounding area of Hildesheim has many amazing places and sights to see.
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