- Wismar, Germany
MEDIAN Rehabilitation Clinic Wismar
About us MEDIAN Rehabilitation Clinic Wismar
The MEDIAN Rehabilitation Clinic Wismar was opened on 7 October 1996. The clinic specializes in orthopedics and psychosomatics, as well as in the rehabilitation of patients with severe burn injuries. It belongs to the MEDIAN Kliniken Group, which is the leading provider of rehabilitation services in Germany and has more than 100 health facilities across the country. The clinic has 200 beds, 120 of which belong to the Department of Orthopedics, while the remaining 80 are designed for psychosomatic rehabilitation.
The clinic mostly provides rehabilitation services to patients who have experienced surgical procedures on the musculoskeletal system, chronic diseases of the musculoskeletal system, chronic pain in the back and joints, degenerative diseases of the spine and joints, psychosomatic disorders.
The treatment provided in the clinic complies with the standards of the German Pension Insurance (DRV), which guarantees high quality services. In addition, a significant achievement of the rehabilitation clinic is also the quality management system certification (EQR-Qualitätsmanagement) by the Institute for Quality Management in Healthcare.
The clinic employs highly qualified doctors, physiotherapists, ergotherapists, psychologists and social workers, nutritionists and nurses, as well as other workers who are always ready to help the patient. The main goal of all medical specialists is physical and mental recovery, social and professional reintegration and the achievement of the best quality of life for patients.
About the city
Wismar is a port town on the Baltic Sea, northern Germany. The buildings and churches of the city built in the style of Brick Gothic have been listed as the UNESCO World Heritage since 2002. The main attractions of Wismar are concentrated in the Old Town. The heart of the town is the Market Place (one of the largest in Northern Germany) surrounded by elegant buildings in Gothic and neo-Romantic style, among which stands the Town Hall. Other notable sights of the town are the 80 m high tower of the St. Mary’s Church, the St. Nicholas Church built in 1381-1460 and the Wassertor (literally Water Gate) - the only preserved one of the five medieval city gates of Wismar.