University Hospital Cologne
University Hospital Cologne
According to the reputable Focus magazine, the University Hospital Cologne ranks among the top German hospitals!
The hospital positions itself as state-of-the-art maximum care medical facility. The hospital has 1,500 beds for inpatient medical care. It annually treats about 307,000 outpatients and 63,000 inpatients, including the international ones. Such high rates, which are steadily growing, confirm the prestige of the hospital at the national and world medical arena, and also indicate the high level of trust among patients.
The hospital consists of 58 departments, research institutes and specialized centers, which represent almost all medical fields. Particular importance should be given to the Center for Integrated Oncology and the Center for Rare Disease, which offer highly specialized treatment for oncological diseases and very rare pathologies at the highest level of university medicine using doctor’s own unique developments in these fields.
The patient's health and well-being is the main value of each employee of the hospital, therefore, the hospital offers the very latest medical options, which allow the doctors to effectively deal with various diseases. An important component of the work of the medical team at the hospital is research aimed at the development of new diagnostic and treatment methods. Despite the high-tech orientation of the hospital and the availability of advanced infrastructure, due attention is paid to the patient as a person with his needs, wishes and worries. Having crossed the threshold of the hospital, the patient will feel a friendly and respectful attitude. During the therapeutic process, he will be pleasantly surprised by courtesy and sensitive attitude from doctors, nursing staff and other employees of the hospital.
The patients of the University Hospital Cologne live in comfortable rooms made in a modern design. Each room is equipped with an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. The standard room includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe for storing clothes, a table and chairs for receiving visitors and a multimedia system with a TV, radio and telephone. In addition, the hospital provides access to Wi-Fi.
Meals and Menus
The patient and his accompanying person have a daily choice of three menus. If for any reason you do not eat all the food, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your dietary preferences prior to the treatment.
Standard rooms include:
Religious services are available upon request.
During the inpatient program, an accompanying person may stay with you in a patient room or in a hotel of your choice.
During the outpatient program, you may stay in a hotel of your choice. Managers will help you choose the most suitable options.
About the city
Cologne is one of the oldest cities in Germany, as well as the largest center of industry, science, culture and trade in the State of North Rhine-Westphalia and the whole country.
Cologne offers its guests a lot of historical sights, but a large number of them are only reconstructed copies of originals, which were destroyed during the war. The main attraction of the city is the Cologne Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin and St. Peter, which miraculously survived during the war. Its foundation dates back to 1248.
The city concentrates about 30 various museums, ranging from the Fragrance Museum, where one can smell cologne first invented in this city, to the Chocolate Museum, which organizes tastings of this delicacy. Also, Cologne has art galleries, such as the Wallraf-Richartz Museum with the exhibitions of paintings by van Gogh, Rubens, Rembrandt and many other famous artists.
Lovers of walking tours and architecture will enjoy the walk through the center of the city, which has preserved medieval streets, ancient temples, the most famous of which are the Great St. Martin Church and St. Gereon's Basilica. Also, one can find several interesting castles in the vicinity of Cologne, for example, the White House, the ruins of an ancient Roman pretorium – the palace of the governor located in the downtown.
Tourists can also enjoy the abundance of traditional small restaurants, cafes and breweries in the downtown, where they can taste delicious dishes of both national and international cuisine, as well as drink a glass of tasty beer brewed by skilled brewers.
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