University Hospital Greifswald
University Hospital Greifswald
The University Hospital Greifswald is one of the oldest medical facilities in Germany with a long tradition and excellent reputation. The history of the hospital begins in 1456, when the Medical Faculty of the University of Greifswald was founded. During this time, the hospital has managed to earn a recognition in the national medical arena and gain a prestige abroad.
On the basis of the hospital, there are 19 institutes and 21 specialized departments. The key to the successful clinical practice is the combination of high-tech equipment and qualified medical personnel who are actively engaged in the research and development of effective medical techniques and implement them in the everyday practice.
The specialists of the hospital provide their services to 150,000 patients annually. There are more than 920 beds for inpatient treatment. The hospital represents all the fields of modern medicine. The diagnostic and therapeutic interventions are carried out in strict accordance with the national and international standards, which ensures the first-class medical care.
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Department of General, Abdominal, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery
Department of Gynecology, Mammology and Obstetrics
Department of Adult and Pediatric Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
The patients of the University Hospital Greifswald live in cozy, comfortable rooms, designed in bright colors. The standard room includes an automatically adjustable bed, bedside table, TV, telephone. The patient room is fitted out with a table and chairs for receiving visitors. Also, there is offered free Wi-Fi.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the hospital are offered a healthy and tasty three meals a day: buffet breakfast, a hearty lunch and dinner. The hospital also houses a cafeteria where one can have a tasty snack, have a cup of aromatic coffee, tea or soft drinks.
Standard rooms include:
About the city
Greifswald is a university city in Germany, located in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. From the first acquaintance, the city amazes with its beauty and atmosphere.
The main attractions of the city include the St. Nicholas' Church, which was built in the XIV century in the Gothic style, the St Mary's and St. Jacob's Church, as well as the ancient University of Greifswald, founded on October 17, 1456. The university is the second oldest university in the Baltic Sea region and the seventh oldest higher education institution in Germany. A simple walk through the central square of the city with a well-preserved town hall and houses in the style of German architecture will bring the visitors a lot of pleasure.
Greifswald houses two graves of Soviet soldiers who died during the liberation of Germany from the Nazi regime in 1945. The first, minor, burial place is located near the historic center of the city, at the crossing of Fleischerstrasse and Bahnhofstrasse Streets. The second, larger, burial place is located outside the city, at the Neu Friedhof city cemetery.
In addition, the city is famous for its various festivals, which attract tourists from all over the world. These are, for example, the International Student Festival, the Fishermen's Festival Gaffelrigg, the Nordischer Klang Festival, the polenmARkT Polish culture festival, etc.
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