- Heiligendamm, Germany
MEDIAN Rehabilitation Clinic Heiligendamm
About us MEDIAN Rehabilitation Clinic Heiligendamm
Median Heiligendamm Rehabilitation Clinic (MEDIAN Klinik Heiligendamm) is one of the 43 clinics of the Median Kliniken Group with the Head office in Berlin, specializing in neurological, cardiological, psychosomatic and orthopedic rehabilitation. This rehabilitation clinic specializes in the treatment of diseases of the respiratory tract, skin and psychosomatic diseases, and allergies.
Among other things, the clinic offers:
- Post-hospital rehabilitation
- Outpatient rehabilitation
- Part-time inpatient and outpatient treatment
- Treatment of children from 6 years with skin and medical diseases and with an accompanying person
- Patients are offered to be in the clinic together with accompanying persons.
In the course of the treatment all patients of the clinic live in comfortable single and double bright and cheerful rooms with shower and toilet, equipped with a telephone and TV-set. There is also Internet access. Some rooms are designed to meet the needs of disabled persons.
The Clinic cooperates with different leading clinics and organizations:
- German Pension Insurance Fund
- The network of hospitals specializing in treatment of dermatological diseases
- Sarcoidosis Support Group
- Technical University of Chemnitz, Department of Sports Science
- National Association for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases and Rehabilitation of Patients
- Berlin Academy of Psychotherapy
About the city
Heiligendamm is a German seaside resort, situated near the Baltic Sea. It is the oldest seaside spa in continental Europe and Germany. This town was developed as an elegant meeting place for nobility and high society. Its founder and first guest in 1793 was the Grand duke of Mecklenburg Friedrich Franz I. Also among Heiligendamm’s most prominent guests were the German Emperors. The narrow gauge railway known as Baederbahn Molli (“Molli Resort Railway”) runs through Heiligendamm from Kuehlungsborn to Bad Doberan. This line was built in 1886. The Evangelical Forest Church (Evangelische Waldkirche) was renovated after the Wende, the Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart (Herz-Jesu-Kapelle) is close by.