University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden
According to the reputable Focus magazine, the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden ranks among the top five German hospitals!
The hospital is the benchmark for modern high-quality medicine. Positioning itself as a maximum care medical facility, the hospital represents all medical fields. There are 26 specialized departments, 6 institutes and 17 interdisciplinary centers, which cooperate closely with the clinical and scientific facilities of the Faculty of Medicine. The basis of successful practice is excellent equipment, which is regularly updated, as well as highly qualified, experienced medical personnel: world famous doctors and professors work here for the benefit of patients.
In addition to its main goal of caring for patients, the hospital is also active in training and professional development of medical personnel, as well as in the field of public health care. The priority focus of the work is research activity, which allows the doctors to introduce the innovative diagnostic and therapeutic techniques into clinical practice.
A special feature of the hospital is also the diagnostics and treatment of rare diseases. State-of-the-art equipment and well-coordinated work of doctors of various medical specialties make it possible to timely recognize pathologies rarely encountered in medical practice and select the most effective therapy. Specialization in rare diseases include neurology, endocrinology, hematology/oncology, and rare autoimmune diseases.
The hospital has 1,410 beds for patient hospitalization. About 55,900 inpatients and more than 233,975 outpatients undergo treatment here annually. A large medical team, consisting of about 1,000 highly qualified doctors, as well as over 2,000 nursing staff take care of the patients' health. Each patient is guaranteed an individual approach and the most effective treatment in accordance with current clinical protocols.
It should be noted that the university hospital enjoys an impeccable reputation not only in Germany, but also far beyond its borders, including Arab countries, post-Soviet states, Great Britain and the United States. Patients from different parts of the world come here for high-quality treatment for diseases of any severity. The highest credit of patient confidence is the main indicator of the fruitful work of doctors.
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The patients of the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden live in comfortable rooms made in bright colors and equipped with everything necessary. The standard patient room includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table with a sliding table, a wardrobe, a telephone and a TV. There is also Wi-Fi (free) in the patient rooms.
If desired, patients may live in enhanced comfort patient rooms. These patient rooms have a more sophisticated design, upholstered furniture and a safe for storing valuables.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the hospital are offered a tasty, healthy and varied three meals a day. The menu is based on local cuisine and seasonal food. If you for some reason do not eat certain products, please inform the medical staff of the hospital in advance, and you will be offered an individual menu. The nutrition provided in the hospital is certified in accordance with the quality standards of the German Nutrition Society (DGE) for catering in German hospitals.
Standard rooms include:
The religious services are available upon request.
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 for selecting the best option.
The hospital offers a full range of laboratory diagnostic procedures (general, hormonal, tests for tumor markers, infections, antibodies, etc.), genetic tests, various modifications of ultrasound scans, CT scans, MRI and PET / CT, angiography, myelography, biopsy and other examinations. Treatment with medications, endoscopic and robotic operations, stereotaxic interventions is carried out here, modern types of radiation therapy are also used. The hospital offers patients all the necessary therapeutic techniques.
- Cochlear implantation
- Deep brain stimulation
- Treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia with green laser
- Da Vinci prostatectomy
- Bone marrow transplantation
These are head and neck tumors, hearloss, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, epilepsy, Parkinson disease, infertility, malignant tumors of the reproductive system, congenital anomalies of the genital organs and the urinary system, urinary incontinence, blood clotting disorders, leukemia and other pathologies.
- Otolaryngology (Center for Cochlear Implantation)
- Neurology and Epileptology
- Gastroenterology and Hepatology
About 1,000 highly qualified doctors work at the hospital.
Located on the banks of the Elbe River, Dresden is the capital of the federal state of Saxony. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany and Europe. The historical city center offers its visitors and residents outstanding architectural sights in the Baroque style, famous museums and art galleries, where unique works of art and world masterpieces are preserved. Dresden is often called the "Florence on the Elbe".
Looking back on more than 800 years of history, Dresden fascinates its visitors from the first acquaintance. Luxurious castles, baroque palaces, famous museums, parks and the Elbe embankment will impress even the most sophisticated traveler. This city has a unique charm, so having visited it at least once, everyone will certainly want to return back.
Among the main attractions of Dresden, it is worth noting the Frauenkirche – a beautiful Protestant Baroque church built in the 18th century, which is one of Dresden's symbols, the Opera House, which is one of the most iconic city buildings. Special attention should be given to the lavish palaces of Dresden, for example, the Zwinger Palace, which represents the masterpiece of the German late Baroque built at the beginning of the 18th century. Initially, this building was meant to be a greenhouse and a venue for commemorative events. As of today, it is one of the most famous exhibition halls in Germany. It hosts an art gallery, collection of porcelain, the Mathematics and Physics Museum. The impressive Dresden Castle built in the 15th century also enjoys a great popularity among tourists.
The Old Market (Altmarkt) has been the heart of the historic center of Dresden virtually from its foundation. It is a large rectangle square, where all the main city events have been held for a long time, including fairs, tournaments and other festive occasions. Moreover, Dresden is a remarkably green city and fascinates its guests with picturesque natural landscapes.