- Haan, Germany
St. Joseph Hospital Haan
St. Joseph Hospital Haan - Departments
Department of Internal Medicine
The Department of Internal Medicine treats a wide range of diseases of the internal organs. The main clinical focuses are cardiovascular diseases, including the placement of pacemakers, diseases of the liver, gastrointestinal tract, as well as cancers and infectious diseases. The distinctive feature of the Department is an integrated Sleep Laboratory.
Department of Endocrinology and Diabetology
The Department of Endocrinology and Diabetology treats patients with diabetes, metabolic and endocrine (hormonal) disorders. The Diabetes Center Rheinland Haan has 60 inpatient beds in the state-of-the-art single and double patient rooms. The treatment process involves an active cooperation of specialists from various fields of medicine developing customized comprehensive treatment plans for each patient.
Department of Surgery, Foot Surgery and Orthopedics
The Department of Surgery has two focuses: general and abdominal surgery, as well as orthopedics and traumatology. The medical teams specializing in these two focuses consist of experienced surgeons. The treatment is provided on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Due to sparing surgical techniques (minimally invasive surgery) and ongoing postoperative monitoring by a surgeon or an anesthesiologist, there can be performed even outpatient major surgery.
Department of Vascular Surgery
The Department of Vascular Surgery at the St. Joseph Hospital Haan offers both diagnosis and treatment of all vascular diseases. Particular attention is given to the treatment of impaired arterial blood circulation, occlusion of the peripheral arteries (“shop-window disease”), enlargements of the abdominal and thoracic arteries (aneurysms) etc. Since December 2008, the Department has been recognized the Center for Vascular Diseases, certified by the German Society for Vascular Surgery (DGG).
Department of Endoprosthetics
The St. Joseph Hospital Haan is the certified Endoprosthetics Center for the installation of artificial hip and knee joints. However, the primary goal of the specialists in the Center is to perform preventive arthroscopic interventions that help to avoid or postpone joint replacement.