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Vivantes Am Urban Hospital Berlin

Berlin, Germany

The Vivantes Am Urban Hospital, in Berlin-Kreuzberg, is an academic clinic at Charité University Hospital.  About 220 physicians and 360 medical personnel in 12 specialized departments conduct their high-quality work here. The hospital is equipped with 620 beds. Annually it treats about 65,000 patients. Each year 1500 children are born here.

The hospital also includes the Breast Center, the Tumor Center with the specialization "Gastrointestinal oncology" and the Berlin Center for Cardiac Rhythm Disorders.

The Vivantes Am Urban Hospital was opened in 1890. It immediately established itself as a scientific and educational medical institution with great potential.

Many departments of the hospital are honored for their outstanding medical and patient care services.

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Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics

Gerhard Nohe Dr.

Department of Hematology and Oncology

Christian Scholz Priv.-Doz. Dr.

Department of Traumatology, Orthopedics and Hand Surgery

Mohssen Hakimi Prof. Dr. med.

Department of Radiology and Interventional Therapy

Joachim Wagner Prof. Dr.

Department of Urology

Ahmed Magheli Prof. Dr. med.


Patients rooms

Patients of the hospital are offered a comfortable stay in the hospital for the entire period of treatment.

1 or 2-bed modern cozy rooms are equipped with everything patients need. The rooms have a bed with electric drive for convenient changing of the bed position, bedside table, wardrobe, safe, shower and bathroom.

In addition, the patient can use wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) for free.

Meals and Menus

All types of food are offered at the restaurant of the hospital. If desired, the patients can order food to their room.

Further details

Standard rooms include:


Accompanying person

Upon request, the accompanying person can be placed in the patient's room.


Berlin is the capital of Germany and a modern European metropolis. The city offers its guests the history that combines the past, the present and the future. The unification of Germany contributed to the new development of the city.

The city center is full of a wide variety of attractions. It houses the famous Brandenburg Gate - the symbol of the reunification of Berlin, world-famous museums, the Reichstag, three Opera Houses, the Old and New National Gallery, eight symphony orchestras, over 150 theaters and scenic venues.

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