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University Hospital Leipzig

University Hospital Leipzig

Leipzig, Germany

The University Hospital Leipzig enjoys high prestige in the European medical arena and is considered one of the best medical complexes in Germany. The hospital operates on the basis of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Leipzig, so it not only provides effective treatment in almost all areas of modern medicine but also conducts productive research activities, thanks to which many medical innovations have been introduced into clinical practice. 

The hospital has more than 1,450 beds. The health of patients is in the safe hands of a large, highly professional team of doctors and nurses, consisting of more than 6,000 employees. The hospital treats more than 56,000 inpatients and over 307,000 outpatients annually. The admission of such a large number of patients for treatment indicates the exceptional quality of medical services and the prestige of the hospital.

The University Hospital Leipzig is a maximum care hospital that represents all areas of medicine, with the exception of cardiac surgery and pediatric cardiology. The hospital structurally consists of 61 specialized departments and 10 institutes. The medical facility has 35 operating rooms equipped with the latest technology. The hospital is one of the few owners of three innovative da Vinci robots, which allow for performing the most sparing and, at the same time, highly effective surgery. In addition, the hospital's pediatric surgeons successfully operate on young patients using da Vinci robotic technology.

Medical care at the hospital is based on a humane attitude toward the patient's life situation. Doctors and nurses are always sensitive to the needs and wishes of each individual, trying to provide support and create the most comfortable environment.

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Patients rooms

Patients of the University Hospital Leipzig stay in comfortable single and double rooms designed in bright colors. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet. The furnishings of a standard patient room include an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table with a pull-out table, a wardrobe, a table and chairs, a TV, and a telephone. Patient rooms have access to Wi-Fi. Many patient rooms offer beautiful views of the picturesque natural scenery or the historic city center of Leipzig.

Meals and Menus

The hospital offers patients and their accompanying persons tasty and balanced meals. Breakfast and dinner are served in the form of buffets, and there are four set menus for lunch, one of which is vegetarian. Mineral water, tea, coffee, and juices are served daily in patient rooms. Fresh fruit and yogurt can also be delivered to the patient's room upon request.

The hospital has a cozy cafe and bistro where you can enjoy a tasty snack or a cup of coffee or tea with a dessert.

Further details

Standard rooms include:





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 for selecting the best option.


Leipzig is the largest city in the federal state of Saxony and a major economic, cultural, scientific, and transport center in Germany. Leipzig was founded more than 1000 years ago. The city honors its rich historical past while developing dynamically. Leipzig is often called the "city of fairs" because it hosts numerous gastronomic fairs and the Leipzig Book Fair, the second largest book fair in the world after Frankfurt. The city is also known for its first-class operas and classical music concerts.

Traditionally for German cities, Leipzig's main attractions are concentrated in the historical center. The most impressive architectural monument in Leipzig Market Square is the Old Town Hall, built in 1556 in the Renaissance style. The facade of the Town Hall is decorated with arcades, six pediments, and a baroque tower. The building of the Old Town Hall now houses the Leipzig Museum of City History, with interesting exhibitions dedicated to the formation and development of the city from the early Middle Ages to the present day. Behind the Old Town Hall is the beautiful baroque building of the Old Stock Exchange.

The city's main religious monument is the Gothic St. Thomas Church, built in the 12th century and famous throughout the world for its "boys’ choir", which was personally led by the world-famous composer Johann Sebastian Bach for 27 years. There is a monument to Bach on the grounds of the temple, and the legendary maestro is buried here. Another important place of worship in Leipzig is the St. Nicholas Church, whose foundation dates back to the second half of the 12th century. This is the largest and oldest cathedral in Leipzig.

An important historical monument in the city is the monument dedicated to the Battle of the Nations, when Napoleon I Bonaparte was defeated by the allied armies of Russia, Austria, Prussia, and Sweden. The height of the monument reaches more than 100 meters. There is an observation deck at its top with panoramic views of Leipzig and its surroundings.

Leipzig is a beautiful city with a special charm. Centuries of history and modern architecture are harmoniously combined here. Every tourist will find something interesting here and will be able to get to know German traditions better.