- Cologne, Germany
Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic RehaNova Cologne
About us Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic RehaNova Cologne
The RehaNova clinic in Cologne stands for a neurological and neurosurgical rehabilitation in accordance with the latest medical knowledge. With 132 beds, the clinic covers all special fields of the neurological rehabilitation. Special focuses are on diagnosis and treatment of strokes, brain and head injuries after accidents or surgeries, neuroimmunological brain diseases like multiple sclerosis, diseases of the peripheral nervous system and the muscular system, movement disorders like Parkinson's disease or dystonias (spasms and malpositions) as well as neuropsychiatric diseases.
The clinic incorporates an intensive care unit with 19 beds and 9 ventilation stations, a hygiene ward for patients requiring isolation and as well as a station for home ventilation patients. The damage to the brain and nerve paths can lead to complex impairments, which require a holistic therapy and rehabilitation. In order to assure this, each of 9 stations of the clinic has at its disposal an interdisciplinary medical team consisting of nurses, physio- and occupational therapists, logopedicians and speech therapists, psychologists and a ward physician. The clinic maintains a close cooperation with the referring hospitals, health insurance funds and various self-help groups.
The high quality of services offered is approved by certificates of independent audit organizations including the certification in compliance with EN ISO 9001-2008 guidelines which has been successfully renewed in 2016.
About the city
Cologne is Germany’s fourth-largest city (after Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich), and is the largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia. The city’s famous Cologne Cathedral, started in 1248, and completed in 1880, is the seat of the Catholic Archbishop of Cologne. This cathedral was designated a World Heritage site. You can also see here the Cologne City Hall and lots of medieval houses. The University of Cologne is one of Europe’s oldest and largest universities.