Helios Hospital Duisburg

Duisburg, Germany
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94% PatientScore?
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2.7 on Google
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Helios Hospital Duisburg
Helios Hospital Duisburg
Helios Hospital Duisburg

About the hospital

Helios Hospital Duisburg is a group of tertiary hospitals and an academic teaching hospital at the Heinrich Heine University in Dusseldorf. The hospital consists of three locations: Helios St. Johannes in Hamborn, Helios St. Vincenz in Dellviertel and the Helios Marien Hospital in Hochfeld. The merger of the three centres allowed the clinic to offer a wide range of medical services and meet the needs of patients in the region.

With 24 specialized departments, 948 beds and about 1,600 employees, the medical centre offers people living in and around Duisburg comprehensive medical, therapeutic and nursing care. In state-of-the-art hybrid operating rooms, surgeons perform more than 13,000 operations per year.

As a provider of maximum care, a professional team offers patients modern medicine at the highest level. Most procedures are performed in seven operating theatres using gentle, minimally invasive procedures. In two cardiac catheter laboratories, cardiac surgeons operate directly on the heart using the smallest access points. In addition, doctors regularly discuss malignant diseases at so-called tumour boards. In this way, the medical team ensures that all possible and new therapy options can be considered and included in the treatment. The perinatal centre of the clinic has received the highest level of assistance in Germany in the care of premature newborns. This award not only emphasizes the very close cooperation between paediatrics and obstetrics but also confirms the high professionalism of doctors.

The main directions of the hospital are internal medicine, oncology, rheumatology, neurology, thoracic surgery and spinal surgery. The Duisburg Hospital also has specialized centres for the lungs, breast, pelvic floor, addiction medicine and a sleep laboratory. Doctors focus on patient-centred, high-quality care and support. A team of nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists and social workers with many years of experience takes care of patients with tact, trust and professionalism throughout their stay in the hospital.

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Founded in 2011
137,000 patients
948 beds available
N/A departments

What is the treatment range of the clinic?

Doctors offer highly effective therapy for common oncological (breast, lung), rheumatological, and neurological disorders. Surgical treatment is available for the chest, spine, pelvic floor, and internal organs. In addition, help for addicts and sleep disorders has been developed.

Can I have cardiac surgery at Helios Hospital in Duisburg?

The clinic has a powerful cardiac catheterization laboratory and a heart attack centre. Diagnostic with the help of a catheter is an essential procedure before stenting or coronary bypass surgery. Doctors also offer heart surgery without damage to the ribs and the chest bones. 

Is it worth choosing a clinic to treat liver diseases?

Doctors here use conservative and surgical methods of liver treatment. One popular procedure with a high success rate is the transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS), which reduces the excess pressure in the portal vein and allows additional time for liver transplantation.

Does the clinic offer robotic surgery for colorectal cancer?

With the introduction of the Da Vinci-X surgical system, the hospital continues to focus on innovative advanced medicine in patients with colorectal cancer. The technique has significant advantages over traditional open surgery in terms of long-term survival and recovery.

About the city

Duisburg is a charming city in the western part of the Ruhr region in North Rhine-Westphalia. Duisburg has become an important centre for trade and steel production with the world's largest inner harbour and proximity to Düsseldorf Airport. It is the fifteenth largest city in Germany and the fifth largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Duisburg is more of an industrial city, and even though it was founded in the 5th century, there are not many sights here. However, the Sechs-Seen-Platte Duisburg park is one of the most popular recreational places for citizens and tourists. The park has six picturesque lakes surrounded by a pine forest. The Tiger and Turtle on Magic Mountain are the main city's symbols. The art installation resembles a roller coaster but is a walkway with stairs. Duisburg is also famous for its Botanischer Garten Kaiserberg and Botanischer Garten Duisburg-Hamborn.

The Inner Harbor is one of the most expensive areas of Duisburg, built on the site of the old port. Several industrial buildings have been preserved, so many tourists are ambivalent about this place. However, there are now many cafes, restaurants, shops, and places to relax in the Inner Harbor. One of the largest Muslim communities is located in Duisburg. Therefore, together with the European Union, one of the largest mosques in non-Muslim countries was constructed in the city. With the founding of the Duisburg University of Applied Sciences in 1972, the town rose to prominence as a centre of science and high technology. Duisburg also has 3 private Helios Group clinics - Helios St. Anna Hospital, Helios Hospital Duisburg Homberg and Helios Hospital Duisburg. Together, the clinics serve over 200,000 patients a year.

Duisburg is a modern city with a rich history. The town's guests can visit many historical museums, picturesque parks, carnivals and festivals. In addition to visiting various attractions, tourists have the opportunity to improve their health with the help of innovative medicine, which is offered at Helios clinics.

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