University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf
University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf
According to the Focus magazine, the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf ranks among the top ten hospitals in Germany!
Since its foundation in 1889, the hospital has taken a leading position in the European medical arena and still occupies it until today. A highly competent medical team of more than 11,000 employees takes care of the health of patients. About 2,900 of them are doctors and researchers, while more than 3,400 of them work as nurses and therapists. The hospital has 1,738 beds for inpatient treatment. The key principles of each employee’s work is care for the health and well-being of the patient.
It is worth noting that the medical facility became the first university hospital in Europe, which introduced an electronic system for storing medical histories. Thus, all the processes of diagnostics and treatment are stored electronically. In 2011, the hospital was certified as the first fully digital hospital in Europe.
The hospital presents all fields of modern medicine. The doctors of the medical facility have the necessary theoretical knowledge and enormous clinical experience, which allows them to easily cope with the treatment of common and extremely rare, complex clinical cases.
An important component of the university hospital work is research activities aimed at the development of innovative diagnostic and treatment methods. The main scientific focuses of the hospital include neurobiology, oncology, examination of the cardiovascular system, infectious and inflammatory diseases. Today, the key attention is also paid to researches in the field of molecular imaging and skeletal biology.
The hospital is distinguished not only by the first-class medical care, advanced technical equipment, but also by the modern infrastructure, courteousness, friendly and respectful attitude towards the patient by the entire medical staff.
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The patients of the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf live in comfortable single and double rooms designed in bright colors. Each room is equipped with an ensuite bathroom with a toilet and a shower. The standard room includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe, a table and chairs for receiving visitors, a telephone, a radio and a TV. Also, there is Wi-Fi access.
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 hotel of your choice.
During the outpatient program, you may stay in a hotel at the hospital.
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
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany located on the banks of the picturesque Elbe River. It is one of the richest cities in the country, as well as the largest port in Germany. In addition, Hamburg is the center for the development of banking, service and information technologies. The city has a huge number of consulates and representative offices of different countries.
Hamburg has managed to preserve its cultural traditions and beautiful green landscapes. The city houses more than a hundred parks, whereas some of them are devoted to specialized topics. The center of Hamburg does not have any historical buildings. It is a business quarter full of life during the working hours. Also, one can find fashionable shops and numerous museums. An important building in the city center is the Town Hall. It is not a historical monument, but one can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the lake and the city from the observation decks of the building.
One of the most beautiful and most picturesque places in Hamburg is the Alster Lake. The boat trips and cruises along the Alster canals, which take place throughout the city, will give a lot of pleasure and introduce tourists to Hamburg. Another unusual, but popular attraction of the city is the Fish Market in the Altona district. It should be noted that although it is called the Fish Market, it sell absolutely everything, including a huge number of fish varieties. This bright, noisy, crowded market emerged in 1703 and today remains a favorite place for both tourists and locals. Also, it houses a restaurant with live music where one can eat and enjoy the unique atmosphere.
Another important attraction of the city is the village of Blankenese. The village on the Elbe River impresses with beautiful villas, picturesque houses and old-style mansions. One can find here many cafes, cinemas, restaurants, shops and weekly markets offering fresh vegetables and fruits. The village is located in a very hilly area, so there are steps and stairs everywhere. This is a great place for a full day excursion.
In addition to the already mentioned attractions, Hamburg is famous for other interesting places, which will impress even the most sophisticated tourist. Here one can find the most modern Planetarium in the world, Hagenbeck Zoo, the port, St. Michael’s Church, the Japanese Garden and many other places, which are definitely worth a visit.
University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf:
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