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St. Vinzenz Hospital for Orthopedics Duesseldorf

St. Vinzenz Hospital for Orthopedics Duesseldorf

Duesseldorf, Germany

The St. Vinzenz Hospital for Orthopedics Duesseldorf is a modern medical facility with a long tradition. The hospital provides high-quality medical care based on the use of the very latest and the most effective treatment methods. The priority area of ​​specialization is the treatment of orthopedic diseases. The hospital operates under Catholic patronage, therefore, long traditions and Christian values ​​are honored here – patients are treated with special care, understanding and compassion. The hospital has 322 beds. It provides treatment to more than 39,000 inpatients and outpatients every year. The medical facility is deservedly proud of its prestige in the European medical arena and unique clinical experience accumulated over many years of hard work for the benefit of patients.

The hospital provides patients with comprehensive medical services in three areas: orthopedics, pain management and gastroenterology, including minimally invasive surgical treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. Of particular interest in the field of orthopedics is the performance of joint replacement surgery within the certified EndoCert Maximum Care Endoprosthetics Center. The doctors working at the hospital always strive to keep up with the times and offer patients the best therapeutic methods available in modern medicine.

The main value for every employee of the hospital is the patient's health, but at the same time, the specialists of the medical facility are convinced that their task is to make the patient feel as comfortable as possible, as well as to surround him with care and attention.

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Department of Adult and Pediatric Orthopedics, Foot Surgery

Christoph Schnurr Prof. Dr. med.


Patients rooms

The patients of the St. Vinzenz Hospital for Orthopedics Duesseldorf live in comfortable rooms with light colors and modern design. Each patient room is equipped with an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet. The furnishings of a standard patient room include an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table for personal belongings, a telephone, and a TV set. The enhanced-comfort rooms are also available for the patients.

Meals and Menus

The patients of the hospital are offered three balanced meals a day: buffet breakfast, hearty lunch and light dinner. The patients are also provided with an individual menu, if clinically indicated.

Further details

Standard rooms include:



Religious services are available upon request.

Accompanying person

Your accompanying person may stay with you in your patient room or at the hotel of your choice during the inpatient program.


You may stay at the hotel of your choice during the outpatient program. Our managers will support you in selecting the best option.


Duesseldorf is the capital of the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the largest city in Germany with an 800-year history. The metropolis plays a particularly important role in the economic, political and cultural life of the country, and also has the status of a city of art and fashion. Here tourists can fully enjoy interesting entertainment for every taste – from visiting historical monuments and excursions to museums to romantic walks along the beautiful streets of the city with many cafes, bars, restaurants and a variety of shops.

Traditionally for German cities, the very heart of Duesseldorf is its historical part – Altstadt. It houses a market square with an Old City Hall in the late Gothic and Renaissance style, the Art Collection North Rhine-Westphalia, the Kunstpalast Museum and the Film Museum. A huge number of bars, cafes, restaurants and boutiques are concentrated in this part of the city, thanks to which the informal name of this part of Duesseldorf is "The world's longest bar counter".

While staying in Duesseldorf, one should definitely take a walk along the Rhine embankment promenade. The beautiful promenade is surrounded by monuments of cultural and architectural heritage. Walking around this place in the evening will also delight tourists with the beautiful scenery of the Rhine River and will give everyone an unforgettable experience. One can also take a ride on a pleasure boat. The play of street musicians gives a special atmosphere to the embankment.

An excursion to the Rococo-style Benrath Palace, majestically located on the picturesque bank of the Rhine, will also be interesting. The luxurious castle is adjoined by a large park area, divided by a canal into two parts. Visually, the park alleys resemble a fan, since it is according to this principle that they diverge from the main building. The palace contains many interesting exhibits.

Duesseldorf is a modern city that is actively developing, but at the same time takes good care of its cultural and architectural heritage. The city has everything for a wonderful holiday, so thousands of tourists from all over the world come here with pleasure and enjoy the numerous attractions, as well as the unique German flavor.