- Marburg, Germany
MEDIAN Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic Magdeburg
About us MEDIAN Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic Magdeburg
The MEDIAN Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic Magdeburg was opened in 1999. The medical facility has 210 beds. It offers all phases of neurological rehabilitation. The clinic is mainly specialized in the rehabilitation of patients with diseases, such as stroke, meningitis and encephalitis, brain damage, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, neurodegenerative diseases, epilepsy and many others.
The main objective of medical rehabilitation is to achieve the best possible level of patient’s independence and their reintegration into professional and daily life. To this end, the clinic employs experienced doctors, nurses, psychologists, speech therapists, sports medicine therapists, physiotherapists, ergotherapists, social workers, nutritionists and masseurs. The development of the treatment plan involves all the necessary specialists. The treatment strategy is thought out individually for each patient with due consideration of a specific clinical picture.
The Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic is the recognized Multiple Sclerosis Center (certified by the German Multiple Sclerosis Society), while the quality certificate (EQR-Qualitätsmanagement) awarded by the Institute for Quality Management in Healthcare confirms high quality medical services provided in the clinic.
In addition, the MEDIAN Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic Magdeburg is a cooperation partner for the Otto von Guericke University, a member of the Rehabilitation Research Association in Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia and a Training Center for further training in neurology, internal medicine and general medicine.
About the city
Located on the Elbe River, Magdeburg is the capital of the federal state of Saxony-Anhalt and one of the most important cities of the Middle Ages. This is a famous university city famous for its two largest universities, namely the Otto-von-Guericke University and the Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences. Magdeburg is often called the city of art, science and culture. There are many architectural monuments, interesting museums and temples. The most outstanding building in Magdeburg is the 104-meter-high Lutheran Cathedral of St. Catherine and Maurice – the highest church in East Germany.
Other attractions of the city include the Museum of Art in the Monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Town Hall, the monument of Otto von Guerick, the ruins of the fortress of the former Kingdom of Prussia, the Magdeburg Water Bridge. The Hasselbachplatz Square is the main gastronomic center of Magdeburg with numerous pubs, restaurants and bars.