Helios St. Anna Hospital Duisburg

Duisburg, Germany
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94% PatientScore?
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3.7 on Google
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Helios St. Anna Hospital Duisburg
Helios St. Anna Hospital Duisburg
Helios St. Anna Hospital Duisburg

About the hospital

Helios St. Anna Hospital Duisburg is a modern medical facility focusing on neoplastic diseases and reconstructive and plastic-aesthetic surgery. The medical centre opened in 1914 with the support of Maximillian von Spee and his sister, Countess Agnes. In 2020, the hospital came under the leadership of the Helios Group. Today, the clinic is an important healthcare partner for the people of Duisburg.

Helios St. Anna is a 340-bed, 500-employee hospital with approximately 14,000 inpatients and 28,000 outpatients annually. The medical team supports patients and their relatives in the organization of appropriate care and accompanies them at all stages of treatment.

The diagnostic centre of the hospital has the most modern equipment covering the entire spectrum of diagnostic and interventional radiology. In addition, the department is entirely digitized, and diagnostics and archiving are carried out using a modern PACS system. As in all Helios clinics, the medical team follows the national recommendations of the Commission for Hospital Hygiene and Infection Prevention of the Robert Koch Institute and places great emphasis on active infection prevention. It has also set up a psycho-oncological service that offers cancer patients and their families the opportunity to talk and receive support from a qualified psychologist. The great demand and grateful acceptance of this offer show how important the psycho-oncology service is as an adjunct to treatment.

The qualified doctors of the hospital work hand in hand in the departments of gynaecology and obstetrics, internal medicine, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, haematology and oncology, orthopaedics and traumatology. The Clinic's Pediatric Socio-Center cares for children and young people who suffer at the risk of developing behavioural, physical, mental, emotional or psychological disorders. Specialists in paediatrics and adolescent medicine, with the involvement of parents, accurately diagnose the child's problems and prescribe early treatment. People who suffer from language, speech and voice disorders can solve their problems in a specialized centre for phoniatrics and audiology. Specialists at Helios St. Anna Hospital work on an interdisciplinary basis to provide patients with first-class medical care.

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Founded in 1914
42,000 patients
341 beds available
N/A departments

Is Helios St. Anna Klinik Duisburg good for bowel surgery?

The specialized bowel centre offers diagnosis and effective treatment. Only small, barely noticeable incisions are necessary for surgery thanks to minimally invasive keyhole procedures, which shorten the recovery period and reduce postoperative pain. It can be considered a good place for intestinal surgery.

What cancer treatments, in addition to surgery, are available in the hospital?

Modern radiotherapy and chemotherapy (neoadjuvant and adjuvant), and palliative and interventional methods are available. Tumour therapy with targeted drugs after testing tumour cells for the presence of genetic changes and mutations (personalized cancer medicine) is individually selected for each patient.

Is treatment available for deaf children at the clinic?

The department of phoniatrics and pediatric audiology examines and treats hearing disorders in children from an early age, as well as speech and language development disorders and voice disorders in children and adults. Objective audiometry is used for children who cannot participate in hearing tests.

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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