The Leverkusen Clinic is a hospital with a top-class regional medical care. It has the highly qualified diagnostic and health care facilities. Over 2,300 employees take care of patients’ health and well-being in 12 medical institutions, numerous centers and institutes, as well as special services, subsidiaries and administration.
All institutions of the Clinic offer the entire spectrum of medical services in their specialization at the advanced scientific and medical level. The activity of the Clinic is focused on urology, surgery, gynecology / obstetrics. The Department of Urology at the Leverkusen Clinic is the first German institution to be awarded with the Seal of Excellence by the Center of Excellence of DVPZ (the Association of Prostate Cancer Centers in Germany). It is also the certified Prostate Cancer Center. The Cancer Center, the Coloproctology Expert Center and the Chest Pain Unit are also of interregional importance.
The Leverkusen Clinic is an academic teaching hospital of the University of Cologne and maintains tight cooperation with the Rhine Research Center.
The Leverkusen Clinic is included in the Focus magazine rating of top German hospitals 2017!
The patient rooms have all necessary things to have a comfortable hospital stay. The furnishing includes a remote control bed, a bed-side table with a pull-out table, a wardrobe, a shower and a toilet.
Meals and Menus
The patient and the accompanying person are offered a daily choice of three menus. If the patient does not eat some foods, the medical staff should be informed and the patient will have an alternative menu.
Standard rooms include:
The services of the representatives of any religion can be provided on request.
If You want, You can stay at the hotel during the outpatient program. Our managers will assist You in selecting the best option.
About the city
Leverkusen is located in the Bergishes Land. It is a large city and district, as well as the center of the southern part of North Rhine-Westphalia. The city also belongs to the administrative region of Cologne. Founded in 1930, the city owes its name to a pharmacist and an entrepreneur Carl Leverkus. Leverkusen offers a variety of remarkable monuments: one of the city symbols is the Bayer Cross that can be seen from far away. Other sights of the city include the baroque castle Morsbroich, the Water Tower Leverkusen-Bürrig, the Villa Wuppermann etc.