International Neuroscience Institute Hanover

Hanover, Germany
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International Neuroscience Institute Hanover
International Neuroscience Institute Hanover
International Neuroscience Institute Hanover

About the hospital

International Neuroscience Institute Hanover (INI) is a private neurosurgical hospital founded in 1998 by Professor of Neurosurgery Majid Samii. Because of its unusual architecture, the clinic is also widely known as the "brain of Hanover". The primary areas of competence of the medical institution are neurology, neurosurgery and neuroradiology. As a result, the clinic has gained an impeccable reputation in Germany and far beyond its borders during its clinical activity.

The hospital has a capacity of 100 beds. The design of the rooms gives the impression that patients are in a first-class hotel, not in a hospital. All rooms are furnished with modern furniture. About 5,000 patients from 80 countries are treated here every year. The centre includes five departments, among which there is also a department of traumatology and orthopaedics, plastic and reconstructive surgery.

The clinic is proud of its medical staff, consisting of leading German specialists in neurosurgery, neurology, diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology. Doctors of the clinic always try to establish a trusting contact with the patient, devoting enough time to personal communication and support on the path to recovery. Among the patients in the clinic were treated such celebrities as the Minister of Internal Affairs of Uzbekistan Zokir Almatov or the Spanish actor Javier Bardem. Furthermore, the presence in the hospital of such high-tech devices as a 3T MRI scanner, a 128-slice CT scanner, an intraoperative MRI scanner, a two-plane angiographic system and intraoperative neuromonitoring systems allow doctors to accurately determine the nature of pathological changes in the nervous system, as well as reliably control each surgical procedure.

An experienced team of doctors, caring nursing staff, and unique medical equipment provide the treatment of the brain and spinal cord, spine and peripheral nerves using innovative therapeutic methods, many of which are not available in developing countries. The patient's health is the principal value for the hospital's medical team.

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Founded in 1998
5,000 patients
100 beds available
5 departments

Can I get treatment for a brain tumour?

Modern methods of treating brain conditions are available in the clinic. Thanks to high-tech devices such as a diagnostic and operational scanner, and intraoperative neuromonitoring systems, the planning and surgery process is carried out with more accuracy and better prognosis.

What medical services does the International Neuroscience Institute Hanover provide?

The main areas are neurology, neurosurgery and neuroradiology. Thanks to this, the hospital has gained an impeccable reputation in Germany and far beyond its borders. In addition, doctors work in five specialities, including traumatology and orthopaedics, plastic and reconstructive surgery.

What famous people were treated at the hospital?

Among the clinic's patients, such celebrities as the Minister of Internal Affairs of Uzbekistan Zokir Almatov or the Spanish actor Javier Bardem were treated. The choice of respected people is based on an impeccable reputation and real clinic professionals, which inspires confidence in foreign patients.

Doctors in International Neuroscience Institute Hanover

About the city

The port city of Hanover is one of the largest settlements in Germany. It is located in the federal state of Lower Saxony on the banks of the river Leine and the Middle German Canal. In the past, the residence of the Hanoverian kings of Great Britain, and today the centre of modern digital technologies in Germany, Hannover is attractive for tourists.

Hanover is the hometown of the famous Baron Munchausen. The house of the eccentric baron is located near the city. An exciting attraction is the Leibniz House. One of the most outstanding mathematicians lived in this house for 18 years. Hanover hosts several world-class events every year, which attract thousands of guests and participants. The Violinale violin competition and the Hanover Messe industrial fair are among them. The city has many parks, gardens and reservoirs where you can relax, breathe fresh air and ride a pleasure boat.

The famous Hanover Medical Academy was founded in 1965. PhD students and scholars from all over the world are involved in various research projects at MHH and partner institutions. These activities are consolidated at the Hanover School for Biomedical Research (HBRS). Also, here is the International Neuroscience Institute, well-known for its unique architecture and high level of medicine. In addition, the Radiotherapy and Gamma Knife Center is a leading German clinic specializing in radiosurgery and radiation therapy.

The picturesque German city combines modern architecture, historical architectural monuments, and many parks and green spaces, so its visitors will not be bored here. On the contrary, a visit to Hanover will undoubtedly become a highlight for every tourist and give many pleasant experiences.

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