Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch

Berlin, Germany
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98% PatientScore?
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Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch
Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch
Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch

About the hospital

Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch has existed for over 100 years. At the beginning of the last century, Buch was the largest and one of the most modern welfare and care locations in Europe. In the 20th century, various institutions were established there. Today's clinic has belonged to Helios Hospital Group since 2001, and a modern main building was added in 2007. The hospital is located in the middle of Berlin-Brandenburg, in the green northeast of Berlin in Pankow.

Every year, more than 52,000 inpatients and over 144,000 outpatients are treated at the hospital by specialists with high medical and nursing standards in diagnostics and therapy. It is a modern maximum-care hospital with over 1,000 beds in more than 60 specialist departments, institutes, and centres, including an emergency centre with a helipad.

The clinic has several certifications, such as from the German Cancer Society as an oncological centre and one from the German Diabetes Society. High professional qualifications in medicine and nursing, as well as the latest medical technology, ensure the best possible patient care. Due to the close cooperation between clinics, research institutions, and biotechnology companies on the Berlin-Buch campus, the patients benefit directly from the results of top-class basic medical research.

A wide network of structural parts forms the hospital. Some of them are the department of obesity and metabolic surgery (bariatric surgery), the department of general, abdominal and oncological surgery, the department of orthopaedics, traumatology and hand surgery, the department of angiology, diabetology and endocrinology, and the department of ophthalmology. Additionally, interdisciplinary centres such as the breast centre, the intestinal centre, the perinatal centre, the stroke unit, and the chest pain unit ensure comprehensive care and a holistic approach to treatment.

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Founded in 1898
200,000 patients
1,000 beds available
27 departments

Does the hospital have an oncology centre?

Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch is certified as an oncology hub. The hospital has a unique sarcoma centre treating sort and bone sarcomas in adults and children. In addition, interdisciplinary centres such as the breast and intestinal centres are available at the clinic.

What obesity treatments are available at Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch?

Doctors use a complex approach in the treatment of excess weight. Medical and surgical treatment (bariatrics) is available in combination with specialists in endocrinology. For the treatment of concomitant conditions, specialists from other units are involved, thanks to cooperation throughout the network.

Can I get advice about a vision impairment?

The centre uses the latest methods and equipment to treat eye diseases. Ophthalmologists offer drugs and minimally invasive surgery to treat cataracts, glaucoma, low vision, and strabismus. The services also include the prevention of complications and diseases in the future with effective rehabilitation.

Does the hospital conduct clinical research?

Cooperation among network clinics and research centres, professorial medical staff, and technical support provide patients with high-quality, innovative and safe research in medical and biological sciences. Such a robust base puts the newest ideas of treatment and diagnostics into practice.

Doctors in Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch

About the city

Berlin is a place with a rich and amusing history. It is well-known as the capital of Germany and the biggest city in the country. It is considered to be the centre of all cultural, business, political, medical and scientific events. Here you can visit thousands of amazing sites, which carry the history of the entire nation.

Of course, one of the most famous landmarks would be the Brandenburg Gate towering over the Pariser Platz. It is a symbol of unity and peace that was ordered to be built by King Frederick Wilhelm II in 1788. The Gate has seen both World Wars and several uprisings, and nowadays, people come to visit it as a reminder of a greater good. You can't miss Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which lies between the River Spree and the Kupfergraben. There you have a chance to see one of the most cherished museums of the city:  the Old Museum. The New Museum, the Old National Gallery, and the Bode Museum are also ready to show their expansive treasures.

In addition to the fabulous historical and cultural part, the city is famous for leading medical facilities, world-known doctors and scientists. The German healthcare system is rightfully considered one of the best in the world. There are multiple well-known hospitals located in the city: University Hospital Charite Berlin, University Hospital Immanuel Bernau Berlin of the Brandenburg Medical School Theodor Fontane, Academic Hospital Bundeswehr Berlin. They treat patients and conduct scientific/teaching activities. The famous private hospitals have branches in Berlin: Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch, Park-Clinic Weissensee Berlin, Vivantes Hospital Berlin-Neukölln. It is worth mentioning that the vast majority of German Nobel Fellows in Medicine are from Berlin. The city is full of scientific and research centres that drive world medicine to a new level.

Overall, Berlin is a perfect place to visit if you want to explore new cultures and benefit from leading healthcare services. It has a lot of cultural landmarks and medical institutions. Besides that, there you can find numerous establishments where you can rest after a long trip and spend a nice evening.

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