Luisen Hospital

Aachen, Germany

About Luisen Hospital

Aachen was found by the romans in the I century as a large spa resort. It was favoured residence of Charlemagne, who made the city the capital of his empire. The church built by Charlemagne is still the main attraction of the city. In addition to holding the remains of its founder, it became the burial place of his successor Otto III. Aachen Cathedral has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Luisenhospital is a modern general hospital of Aachen with 348 beds and 8 departments, with corresponding diagnostic spectrum (including magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography and clinical laboratory). Each year about 15,500 inpatients and about 27,700 outpatients are treated.

We are happy to offer you our wide range of comprehensive medical, nursing and therapeutic methods.

Our friendly and highly qualified personnel make sure that you are being well cared. In the Protestant Hospital Association, the individual is the center of interest, therefore motivated staff and pleasant atmosphere are important to us.

The clinic offers comfortable single and double rooms with bathroom, safe, TV (international and Russian satellite channels) and internet access. The accommodation of patient’s companion is also possible. Patients have a choice between 3 daily menus, an individual combination of food (eg vegetarian, according to a certain diet plan) is also available.


Location of hospital

Aachen was found by the romans in the I century as a large spa resort. It was favoured residence of Charlemagne, who made the city the capital of his empire. The church built by Charlemagne is still the main attraction of the city. In addition to holding the remains of its founder, it became the burial place of his successor Otto III. Aachen Cathedral has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Accommodation in hospital

Departments