Campus Bad Neustadt
Various medical disciplines work closely together almostside-by-side at RHÖN-KLINIKUM Campus Bad Neustadt. Six clinics are directly linked at one location: the Cardiovascular Clinic, the Frankenklinik for the Rehabilitation of Cardiovascular Patients, the Clinic for Hand Surgery, the Neurological Clinic, the Psychosomatic Clinic and the Saaletalklinik with two additional addiction therapy facilities. Moreover, RHÖN Kreisklinik, as a modern hospital for basic and standard care delivery in the District of Rhön-Grabfeld and surrounding regions.
The campus is characterized by open cooperation betweenall institutions, which benefit every day from the skills and capacities of their neighbours. Proximity and cooperation in working together allow for a unique, interdisciplinary service. Moreover, on 1 January 2015, three specialist clinics at the campus were recognized as an academic teaching hospital.
The clinic at Bad Neustadt a. d. Saale will undergo extensive change by 2018. A comprehensive new building is planned, with the intention of setting new pioneering standards in patient service, medical equipment and hospital architecture. The majority of clinics are to be combined under one roof to enable treatment priorities to belinked even more effectively.
Klinikum Frankfurt (Oder)
Klinikum Frankfurt (Oder) is a hospital with specialized medical services, 773 inpatient beds and 49 places in day clinics. Around 35,000 inpatients and more than 44,000 outpatients are treated each year from Frankfurt (Oder) and the surrounding area in 21 clinics, 6 institutions and psychiatric outpatient institutions and 3 day clinics.
The hospital fulfils a nationwide service mission and constitute sa major medical centre in the Federal State of Brandenburg. With committed and competent employees, modern medical equipment and several years' experience, the Clinic and its staff fight to ensure the best treatment for all patients every day.
Innovation and investment capability are additional key factors in ensuring the success of a cutting-edge service. Events at Klinikum Frankfurt (Oder) are therefore repeatedly accompanied by a large number of structural improvements. However, in addition to providing an outstanding medical service, the goal is to guarantee high-quality patient care through close cooperation of allprofessional groups at the hospital. As an academic teaching hospital for Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin and a training centre, we contribute to securing such high-level treatment in future too.
University Hospital Giessen and Marburg (UKGM)
University Hospital Giessen and Marburg (UKGM) offers medical services, modern diagnostics and comprehensive therapy at the highest international standard. As a full-service hospital, it covers the whole range of modern medicine - from ophthalmology, through trauma surgery to dentistry. With 80 clinics and institutions at the dual locations of Giessen and Marburg, it is Germany's third -argest university hospital.
The vision of UKGM is to offer cutting-edge, academic medicine of the highest quality. UKGM therefore targets the promotion of modern, innovative and independent medicine. The intention of UKGM is not only to remain at the forefront of medical development in comparison with other German university hospitals, but also to sustain its position in the international environment.
By merging the two locations and the resultant intensive cooperation, the basis for this has already been laid to a significant degree. As part of the nationwide clinic network of RHÖN-KLINIKUM AG, UKGM also promotes transfer of knowledge in local medicine. As a result, the clinic group has taken a major step towards achieving the business objective of offering affordable cutting-edge medicineto all.
Zentralklinik Bad Berka
Zentralklinik Bad Berka is one of the most modern medical institutions in the Federal Republic. It is an academic teaching hospital and hospital with a nationwide service mission. Each year the team of doctors, nurses and medical assistants treats thousands of patients from all over Germany, Europe and several non-European countries.
Doctors, nurses and other medical professionals are available to treat and care for patients in a total of 20 clinics and specialist departments. With around 1,800 employees, Zentralklinik is one of the largest hospitals in Thüringen. In recent years the range of treatment at Zentralklinik has been considerably expanded. In particular, services are now provided to patients with thoracic, pulmonary and vascular diseases, tumours, neurological conditions, and diseases of the spinal column, joints and heart.
As part of RHÖN-KLINIKUM AG, Zentralklinik Bad Berka forms part of a large network in which specialists from all medical specialisations work closely together. The guiding principle, forming the basis for day-to-day activity in the clinic, is to make sure that the exact treatment needed by patients in their particular situation is available at all times. In order to achieve this, the clinic combines experience, modern equipment and a patient-oriented service with the vision of cutting-edge human medicine.
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