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About Bad Kissingen
Bad Kissingen dates back to 1738 and is the fourth largest city in the administrative district of Lower Franconia, Germany. Since the 18th century, Kissingen has become a world resort that competes with Carlsbad and Baden-Baden and is included in the UNESCO list.
Seven prominent mountains surround Bad Kissingen. The ruins of Botenlauben Castle tower rise above the city. The main architectural symbol of Bad Kissingen is the "Regent's Mansion" - Regentbau, built in the early 1910s. During the reign of Ludwig I, Bad Kissingen turned into one of the leading water resorts in Europe. Seven healing water springs with high mineral content are the basis of its reputation as a world-class resort. Even 500 years ago, doctors recognized their healing and soothing effect, scientifically proven today. Bad Kissingen's guest lists were topped by crowned heads such as King Otto I of Greece, Emperor Franz Joseph I, Empress Elisabeth of Austria, and Alexander II.
The town's history with its healing springs focused the medical attention of Bad Kissingen physicians on mental health and a healthy lifestyle and contributed to the development of medical centres. Advanced high-quality technologies are combined with patients' spiritual support and medical institutions' educational work. The city is home to the famous centre Helios St. Elisabeth-Krankenhaus Bad Kissingen. The centres specialize in the surgical and therapeutic treatment of various diseases. Orthopaedic, neurosurgical, and gynaecological departments are particularly attractive for patients from all over the world. Medical services are equally available to children and adults.
The natural healing properties of Bad Kissingen and high-quality German medicine are combined in one place for all residents of neighbouring cities and countries worldwide. The convenient location and carefully selected additional services make the treatment comfortable and standardized according to the global standards of the healthcare system.