Helios Hospital Jerichower Land Burg
About the hospital
Helios Hospital Jerichower Land Burg is a primary high-quality care clinic specializing in endoprosthetics and cardiology. The clinic has been part of the German medical network Helios since 2014. The building is located in the historic city of Burg and has more than a century of history. After a significant renovation, it received a modern look with a pleasant interior and high-tech facilities.
The medical centre has 240 beds and receives more than 11,000 inpatients and almost 18,000 outpatients annually in 8 departments. The modern functional building has a central emergency department, four operating rooms, a rehabilitation area and an intensive care and secondary care ward.
Helios Hospital Jerichower Land is nationally renowned for its success in hip replacement after a hip fracture. The medical centre is an academic teaching hospital of Magdeburg University and has a nursing school with almost 30 years of training experience. Specialists of the clinic pay special attention to a timely and accurate diagnosis. In addition to a modern X-ray machine, the radiology department has a computed tomography (CT) and a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner for quick and accurate evaluations under one roof. Effective available diagnostics complements the functional areas, a therapeutic department and a laboratory. The clinic's surgeons perform full-body procedures with great experience and use gentle, minimally invasive techniques whenever possible. The German Hernia Society has also awarded Hospital Jerichower Land for its achievements in visceral surgery.
The clinic offers internal medicine services focusing on geriatrics, general, visceral and vascular surgery, back, gynaecology and obstetrics, pediatric and adolescent medicine, and plastic surgery. In addition, cardiology, anesthesiology, orthopaedics, trauma surgery, and intensive care have a high level of knowledge in their fields. In each discipline, patients are cared for by qualified nurses who work closely with their medical colleagues.
Why is the hospital TOP for surgery?
The clinic's experienced surgeons perform procedures on the entire body and, whenever possible, use gentle, non-invasive techniques. Such an approach ensure the lowest risk of blood loss, minimal complications, and high-quality results through millimetre incisions.
Does the clinic perform care for newborns?
Yes, the clinic is equipped for newborn treatment. First aid for premature babies, intensive therapy with short-term lung ventilation and monitoring in the incubators, hearing tests, preventive examination, and metabolic and cystic fibrosis screening and is available thanks to highly qualified staff.
Is the waiting list for treatment at the medical centre long?
The hospital serves patients on time and quickly, with the shortest possible stay and complete recovery. The clinic usually doesn't report a long waiting list. Minimally invasive technologies and precision diagnostics with a multidisciplinary team under one roof allow free beds available.
About the city
Burg, or as it is also called the "city of towers", is a cultural city in Germany near Berlin with a population of 23,000 people. The high architecture and antiquity of the buildings amaze with their diversity and give the city a fairy-tale feel. Numerous green areas for walks and delicious cafes allow guests to enjoy the city's magnificent sights comfortably.
This city has always attracted respectable people. The German writer, journalist and critic Theodor Fontane worked in Burg as a pharmacy assistant, and the military theorist Carl von Clausewitz, whose doctrines of war are taught in almost all military schools in the world, was born here. Numerous churches, the remains of walls and gate towers testify to the great past of this city. Due to its early development and strategically advantageous location, the town of Burg was equipped with fortifications early on. Some of these systems have survived, and the towers, in particular, characterize the cityscape to this day. Also available is the Romanesque Road Recreational Route, which connects cathedrals, castles, monasteries and churches built between the 10th and mid-13th centuries and is thus a sign of Christianisation.
The city is also home to the Helios Hospital Jerichower Land Burg. The medical centre, founded in 2014, is located among architectural monuments and towers. Patients worldwide choose a clinic annually for its success in cardiology and endoprosthetics. The hospital is also famous among young specialists as an academic teaching hospital of Magdeburg University.
The beautiful architecture and historicity of the city is the main characteristic of this charming city. As before, the Burg is famous among dignitaries and warmly welcomes guests from all over the world.