The Leverkusen Clinic is a progressive provider of high-quality diagnostic and therapeutic services in Germany. The medical facility is an Academic Hospital of the University of Cologne, and also maintains close cooperation with the Rhine Research Center. The medical facility houses 12 specialized departments, as well as numerous centers and institutes. The health of the patients is in the safe hands of a competent medical team, which consists of more than 2,300 employees.
The clinic provides both inpatient and outpatient medical care. In addition to the diagnostics and treatment, the service range also includes preventive and rehabilitation measures, so that the patient can receive a comprehensive medical service.
The clinic presents almost all fields of modern medicine. Particular focus is on urology, surgery, gynecology and obstetrics. The Department of Urology, which is part of the clinic, is the first specialized department in Germany, which was awarded by the seal of quality "Center of Excellence. German Association of Prostate Cancer Centers". The Cancer Center, the Expert Center of Coloproctology and the Thoracic Pain Center also have interregional significance.
The team of medical and administrative personnel of the clinic puts first the highest quality of medical care. However, the patient also feels friendly and respectful attitude of all staff. In complex clinical cases, the doctors pay particular attention to personal conversations with the patient, which help to establish confidential contact.
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Department of Adult and Pediatric Urology
Department of Gynecology, Urogynecology, Mammology and Obstetrics
The patients of the Leverkusen Clinic live in comfortable and bright rooms. The cozy patient rooms are equipped with all necessary amenities, which include an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe, a table and chairs for receiving visitors, a TV and a telephone. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet. Wi-Fi is available at the clinic.
Meals and Menus
The patient and the accompanying person are offered three meals a day. If necessary, the patient can have a vegetarian or individual menu in accordance with the prescribed diet.
In addition, the clinic houses a restaurant and a bistro where one can taste delicious German and European dishes, enjoy hot and cold drinks.
Standard rooms include:
Religious services can be provided upon request.
You may stay at the hotel of your choice during the outpatient program. Our manager will help you choose the best option.
About the city
Leverkusen is an industrial city in Germany, located in North Rhine-Westphalia, on the Rhine River. The pride of the city is one of 40 Japanese gardens, which are located in Germany. Leverkusen is famous for the fact that the headquarters of Bayer Pharmaceuticals and a football club with the same name are located here.
The Opladen district houses many interesting historical sights. One of the most famous architectural monument is the beautiful Villa Roemer, which was built in the Middle Ages. Nowadays, the historical district is mostly inhabited by locals who continue to live in beautiful houses, which were built 300-400 years ago.
The most important religious symbol of the city is the Protestant Church of Christ Konig. Its construction began in 1904 and lasted two years. The height of the church is more than 14 meters, while its high tower can be seen from many city streets. The temple impresses with its sophisticated exterior and beautiful interior furnishing.
Once in Leverkusen, one should definitely visit the Morsbroich Museum, which is an art museum opened in 1951. It became the first museum of modern art, which was opened in Germany after the end of World War II. The museum is located in the eponymous Baroque palace, which is an architectural monument. The collection includes about 400 paintings and sculptures, some of which are located in the palace park, as well as almost 5,000 paintings and etchings.
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