Helios Hospital Bonn Rhein-Sieg
About the hospital
Helios Hospital Bonn Rhein-Sieg is an efficient emergency and specialized care clinic. As an academic teaching hospital of the Friedrich Wilhelm Rhine University in Bonn, the hospital stands for modern medicine in a humane environment. The hospital opened in 1920 and has provided patients with qualified medical care for over 100 years.
The Helios Hospital is designed for 429 beds in comfortable single and double rooms. About 750 employees of the medical centre provide the best treatment for trusted patients. Doctors work in more than 36 specialized departments and centres, while nursing staff provide a pleasant and friendly environment.
Every year the clinic receives many awards and certificates from the German Societies. The department of orthopaedics, traumatology and spine surgery is certified as the "Special Vertebral Center of the German Spine Society", making the clinic the only one in the Bonn Rhein-Sieg region to receive this special award. Particular attention is paid to elderly patients with injuries. Geriatric patients are immediately provided with optimal and comprehensive medical care to avoid complications and the development of different diseases. The hospital also has a therapy centre where an experienced team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and speech therapists offer individual training and exercise programs to restore patients' health and keep it for years.
Helios Hospital specializes in oncology and pulmonology, cardiology, urology, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, visceral, thoracic and vascular surgery. The hospital also includes a certified foot centre, diabetes centre, spinal centre and palliative care unit. The clinic's multidisciplinary team works daily to maintain and improve the quality of life and health of chronically ill and dying patients as best as possible. For that, palliative care physicians, specialized nurses, psychosocial professional groups and volunteers work together in a spirit of dedication.
What areas does Helios Hospital Bonn Rhein-Sieg cover?
The clinic offers medical services to patients with malignant tumours, lung, heart, genitourinary disorders and eye diseases. A wide range of surgeries includes open, minimally invasive and microsurgical operations. In addition, palliative care and neurosurgery are also included in the list of proposals.
Is the hospital good for spine surgery?
The department of orthopaedics, traumatology and spine surgery is repeatedly highly rated by medical associations. Strict adherence to world standards (neuromonitoring, avoidance of significant trauma, infection safety) and constant cooperation of young staff and true professionals are the keys to success.
Do doctors specialize in minimally invasive thyroid surgery?
In suitable cases, thyroid surgery can also be performed minimally invasively. The glandular tissue is cut through a small incision under endoscopic magnification using a unique device to seal the blood vessels. Surgeons use the procedure for small findings.
About the city
Bonn is one of Germany's oldest cities, it was founded in the 1st century BC by the Romans. It is the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven and an academic centre. DAX-listed corporations have their headquarters in Bonn, such as Deutsche Post DHL and Deutsche Telekom. A total of 20 United Nations institutions, the highest number in all of Germany, are located in the city.
It was the capital city twice, for around 150 years in total, and still holds a third of ministerial positions in the country. Bonn places a strong emphasis on music with the annual Beethovenfest to promote the composer. The main sightseeing spots are cluttered along the Museum Mile: the Bonn Museum of Art, the House of Contemporary German History of the Federal Republic of Germany, The Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Museum Alexander Koenig and the Deutsches Museum Bonn.
The city is home to the University of Bonn, which counts Nietzsche and Marx among its alumni. The ABC region (the triangle of the cities Aachen, Bonn, and Cologne) is considered the area with the densest concentration of research and technology organizations in all of Europe. Bonn has a long history and well-established reputation as an important international hub of science. The leading medical centres in Bonn are Helios Hospital Bonn Rhein-Sieg, Beta Clinic Bonn, and University Hospital Bonn (UKB).
Come and get to know Bonn: A lively city on the banks of the Rhine river with a history going back more than 2,000 years and the cradle of democracy of the Federal Republic of Germany. The city successfully combines busy medical and research activities along with multiple touristic facilities.