University Hospital Oldenburg
According to the Focus magazine, the University Hospital Oldenburg ranks among the best medical facilities in Germany!
The hospital offers a wide range of medical services that meet the highest medical standards. The hospital has 832 beds. The medical facility annually serves 37,000 patients on an inpatient and partially inpatient basis, as well as 95,000 outpatients.
All the doctors working in the hospital are highly qualified specialists with many years of experience and excellent achievements in the treatment of a wide range of diseases. The staff of the hospital also cares about the emotional state of patients, and therefore creates a friendly atmosphere and supports patients in every way at all stages of their diagnostics and treatment.
In addition, the hospital is located on the territory with a picturesque landscape, which has a positive effect on the recovery of patients.
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Department of Pediatric Pulmonology, Allergology, Neonatology, Intensive Care and Pediatric Cardiology
The patients of the University Hospital Oldenburg live in comfortable single, double and triple patient rooms. Each room is equipped with an ensuite bathroom with toilet and shower. In addition, the patient rooms have a TV, a telephone and the Internet access. The patient rooms of the pediatric departments are designed in an appropriate interior so that the young patients feel at home. It is offered to place the child in one room with one of the parents. It should be noted that the hospital has an excellent infrastructure: pharmacy, hairdressing saloon, ATM, library with audiobooks, DVD movies and some board games.
Meals and Menus
The hospital offers a delicious varied three meals a day. It takes into account all the preferences and wishes of the patients, and therefore the menu features many vegetarian dishes. Also, the hospital houses a cafe where one can enjoy a cup of coffee or hot tea with a dessert.
Located on the bank of the navigable Hunte River, Oldenburg is one of the largest cities of Lower Saxony. It is famous for its rich and long history. Oldenburg houses the most renowned university in the north-western part of Germany, which was founded in 1973. In addition, the city is one of the most important industrial centers of the country. Nevertheless, a feature of the industrial Oldenburg is a huge amount of greenery occupying about half of its territory. For numerous public gardens and park areas, local residents call it a park city.
For connoisseurs of historical architectural landmarks the city presents several well-preserved medieval buildings. One of the most outstanding is the Oldenburg Palace, the tallest building in Oldenburg. Do not leave indifferent and Such attractions as the Palace of the Prince, the Elisabeth-Anna-Palais, the monastery Lappan Tower, the Saint Lambert's Church and many others.