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St. Franziskus-Hospital Muenster

St. Franziskus-Hospital Muenster

Muenster, Germany

The St. Franziskus-Hospital Muenster positions itself as a modern medical facility, the primary task of which is to provide patients with top-class medical care at the international level. The hospital is the medical center of the St. Francis Foundation in Munich, whose medical facilities annually provide treatment to more than 500,000 patients both on an inpatient and outpatient basis. The hospital has more than 160 years of history, so it can boast of a rich tradition of medical care and unique clinical experience that allows the medical facility to hold leading positions in the medical arena of Germany for decades. The clinical practice of the medical complex is based not only on the high professionalism of doctors and modern medical technologies, but also on the care of patients in accordance with Catholic principles. Both doctors and nursing staff in the hospital try to cooperate as closely as possible with their patients in order to be able to respond to their individual needs and support their patients on the way to recovery, because in many cases the therapeutic process is associated with many difficulties and worries, so it is not always easy for the patient to cope with them, especially alone.

The hospital represents almost all fields of modern medicine, including oncology, hematology, cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonology, gynecology, general and abdominal surgery, vascular surgery, pediatric surgery, radiology, nuclear medicine and other branches of medicine. The medical team of the hospital consists of over 2,000 employees. The doctors are carefully selected, so only the best specialists with deep knowledge in their field of competence and rich clinical experience work here for the benefit of patients. The medical facility admits more than 31,000 inpatients and about 70,000 outpatients with pathologies of varying severity. The patients are provided with the highly effective treatment based on the use of the very latest achievements of modern European medicine.

The quality of the medical service provided at the hospital was awarded by many prestigious certificates – DIN EN ISO 9001 certificate, German Cancer Society certificate, SIEGEL Quality and Transparency EQS3 certificate and others. All these distinctions confirm the reputability of the hospital and guarantee that the health of patients is in the safe hands of true professionals.

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Patients rooms

The patients of the St. Franziskus-Hospital Muenster live in comfortable single and double rooms made in a modern design. The standard patient room furnishing includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe, a TV and a telephone. The patient rooms also have Wi-Fi. For maximum comfort of patients, each room has an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. The hospital also offers enhanced-comfort rooms with upholstered furniture, a small refrigerator, toiletries, towels and a bathrobe.

Meals and Menus

The patient and the accompanying person are offered tasty and balanced three meals a day. The menu also includes vegetarian dishes. If for some reason you do not eat all foods, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your food preferences prior to treatment.

The patients who live in enhanced-comfort rooms are provided with an individual menu, as well as cold soft drinks, tea, coffee, cakes and fresh fruits.

Further details

Standard rooms include:



The religious services can be provided upon request.

Accompanying person

During the inpatient program, the accompanying person can live with the patient in a patient room or a hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.


During an outpatient program, the patient can stay at the hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.


Muenster is one of the oldest cities in Germany, with a history of over 1200 years. The city harmoniously combines modern buildings and medieval architecture, allowing its visitors to plunge into the atmosphere of bygone times. The city is famous for the Westphalian Wilhelm University of Muenster, which is one of the largest and the most reputable educational facilities in the country. In addition, the city is home to important judicial and administrative institutions of North Rhine-Westphalia, including the Supreme Administrative Court and the Constitutional Court.

One can see unique architectural masterpieces from different eras in Muenster, so it is not surprising that it attracts thousands of tourists from different parts of the world. Traditionally, the very heart of the city is Altstadt, which is the historical part of the city. The main city square is adjacent to the Muenster Cathedral. The most outstanding landmark of the city is the Schloss Muenster, which today is the university building of the Westphalian Wilhelm University of Muenster. The palace was built in the Baroque style of red bricks, while the decorative elements are made of light mountain sandstone. The Old City Hall is also one of the most important historical sights of the city. The signing of the Peace of Westphalia took place in its building. The City Hall building attracts tourists with its unique architectural beauty, great arches and stained glass windows.

St. Paul's Cathedral ranks first among the religious sights of Muenster. It was built in the XIII century. It took almost 40 years to build the temple, while its reconstruction after World War II took about 10 years. The ancient tower of the cathedral is decorated with an astronomical clock, which still functions perfectly, although the mechanism was installed in the Middle Ages. The Catholic St Lambert's Church is also an important religious landmark of the city. The church was built in 1375 and is a perfect example of late Gothic architecture in North Westphalia.

Muenster has many museums with interesting exhibitions. First of all, it is worth visiting the Muehlenhof Open Air Museum. The museum recreates the atmosphere of a medieval village, so one can plunge into the life of the Middle Ages and learn about the traditions of locals here. Those who want to get to know the history of Muenster should definitely go on an excursion to the City Museum.