University Hospital Saarland Homburg
University Hospital Saarland Homburg
The University Hospital Saarland Homburg is the largest hospital in the city of Homburg and the most important medical facility in the region. The hospital, which currently has 30 specialized departments and 20 institutes, was founded in 1947 and operates on the basis of Saarland University. The hospital plays a leading role in medical education, research, and medical care both in the state of Saarland and throughout Germany. With vast experience in serving foreign patients, the medical facility is also widely known in the international medical arena.
The pride of the hospital is state-of-the-art equipment that allows the doctors to perform high-precision comprehensive diagnostics and the most sparing treatment even if a patient has a severe pathology. Patients are offered innovative medicine based on the very latest scientific achievements. At the same time, the hospital offers many therapeutic methods that are used only in leading medical centers in Europe, including da Vinci robot-assisted surgery, CAR T-cell therapy, TAVI and MitraClip catheter-based procedures, innovative laser procedures, etc. Great importance is paid to ethical and social competence. The hospital is constantly improving the work of its medical personnel and infrastructure to provide medical services that meet the highest standards.
As a multidisciplinary medical complex, the hospital offers highly effective treatment of the full range of common diseases as well as rare and severe pathologies. The efforts of the medical staff, which includes over 600 doctors and 2,000 nurses, are focused on the patient and their unique needs and desires. The doctors always devote enough time to personal communication with their patients, provide them with moral support, and are sympathetic to every life situation.
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Department of General and Abdominal Surgery, Hernia Surgery, Endocrine, Hepatopancreatobiliary, Colorectal, Bariatric, Vascular and Pediatric Surgery
The patients of the University Hospital Saarland Homburg live in comfortable single, double, and triple patient rooms with a modern design. Each room is equipped with an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet, as well as everything else necessary: a comfortable bed, a bedside table, a TV, and a telephone. In addition, enhanced-comfort rooms and specially equipped rooms for people with disabilities are available for the patients.
Meals and Menus
The hospital offers healthy and delicious meals three times a day: buffet breakfast, dinner with a wide choice of dishes for every taste, and a light supper. The menu features dietary and vegetarian dishes. There is also a cafeteria on the territory where one can taste delicious dishes and have a cup of coffee, tea, or some refreshing drinks
The standard patient rooms include:
The hospital regularly hosts catholic and evangelical devine services. The services of representatives of other religions are available upon request.
During an inpatient program, an accompanying person can stay with you in the patient room or in a hotel of your choice.
During an outpatient program, you can stay in a hotel of your choice. The managers will help you choose the most suitable options.
About the city
Homburg is a city located in the state of Saarland. The city borders France, so many locals speak French. The proximity to the border caused not only cultural mixing but also economic recovery. Homburg is a developed transport and trade hub. The city is also the seat of the headquarters of many famous enterprises, plants, and factories.
The main attraction of the city is the open-air Museum of Roman History, where archaeologists have rebuilt the whole residential area of the Roman Empire, the Temple of Mercury, and the old water pipe. Homburg also houses many churches built in different architectural styles. In addition, one can just stroll around the city and enjoy its calm and measured atmosphere, taste local dishes in a cozy cafe or restaurant, and buy souvenirs.
Many German cities attract tourists with their impressive palace complexes, during a visit to which one can plunge into the past and learn about the life of past centuries. Homburg is no exception, and there is also an ancient palace here, namely Karlsberg Castle. The baroque palace was ordered by Duke Charles II August from 1776 to 1786 and, at that time, it was considered one of the most impressive buildings of its kind in all of Europe. In 1793, the castle was burned down by French revolutionary troops. Homburg visitors can now admire the castle building through a reconstructed 3D restoration project.
Homburg will also not leave hikers and nature lovers indifferent. The city's guests will enjoy five beautiful nature reserves, many parks, and special trails for hiking and biking.
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