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Helios University Hospital Wuppertal

Helios University Hospital Wuppertal

Wuppertal, Germany
9.8
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99% PatientScore?
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Helios University Hospital Wuppertal is a tertiary care provider and the largest healthcare facility in the region. The hospital operates based on Witten/Herdecke University. The hospital covers almost all medical services, specializing in the conservative and surgical treatment of heart diseases.The university clinic includes 26 departments and many specialized centres and institutes. The hospital's 2,500 employees serve more than 50,000 patients annually, providing state-of-the-art inpatient, outpatient and preventive care. In addition, the medical team performs over 100,000 outpatient procedures per year. The hospital is designed for 1000 beds in single, double, triple and quadruple rooms

About Wuppertal

Wuppertal is a young city located in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It was founded in 1929 from the merger of the independent towns of Barmen and Elberfeld. Despite its young age, the city is successfully developing and attracts more and more travellers yearly.

In addition to being the largest town in the Bergisches Land region, Wuppertal is also the region's economic, educational, industrial and cultural centre. Wuppertal offers many museums, a historic town hall and an institute for climate, environment and energy in North Rhine-Westphalia. One of its biggest attractions is the suspended monorail, which dates back to 1901 and crosses the city 12 meters above the ground. There are about 4500 architectural monuments in Wuppertal. The architecture of the 19th century is exceptionally well represented in the town, with a range of remarkable buildings.

From classical architecture to art and historical sites, Wuppertal is an industrial hub with a lot to offer. For example, the world-famous pain reliever aspirin was invented in the city. The Energy Agency demonstrates Wuppertal's importance as a research and development site. The Bayer Research Center and its Bergische University, founded in 1972, currently has eight faculties. The city is also home to the University Hospital of Germany's largest healthcare provider - HELIOS. The hospital provides tertiary care specializing in cardiology and oncology.

With its world-famous suspension monorail, charming zoo, extensive cultural program, beautiful parks and distinct urban areas and buildings, Wuppertal offers a variety of entertainment and attractions. Visitors to the city can discover the delights of local cuisine in fine restaurants or the city's quaint pubs or even enjoy shopping in Wuppertal's modern shopping centres, arcades and boutiques. And those who want an excellent evening will not be disappointed by the nightlife of Wuppertal. There are also many places where city guests can relax and rejuvenate. About half of the city is devoted to agricultural land, gardens, forests and parks, including one of the most beautiful zoos in Germany.

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