Academic Hospital Sachsenhausen Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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97% PatientScore?
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Academic Hospital Sachsenhausen Frankfurt am Main
Academic Hospital Sachsenhausen Frankfurt am Main
Academic Hospital Sachsenhausen Frankfurt am Main

About the hospital

Academic Hospital Sachsenhausen Frankfurt am Main was built at the end of the 19th century as a hospital for diabetics and dietary treatment. Today it is an innovative modern hospital with the highest qualifications of doctors and good medical care. According to Focus Journal, the centres of Sachsenhausen Hospital are among the top medical facilities.  

The hospital has 214 beds and seven specialised departments, including internal medicine, gynaecology, general surgery, traumatology and interventional radiology. More than 20,000 patients are treated in the clinic every year, and more than 1,300 babies are born. A range of services and facilities are provided to the patients, including comfortable rooms with mini-fridges, cupboards, automatic beds, and an attached bath. In addition, patients are provided with highly nutritious and delicious meals thrice a day. On the territory of the clinic, there is also a diabetic garden, which includes five thematic flower beds and more than 50 medicinal plants.

Academic Clinic Sachsenhausen Frankfurt am Main specialises in bariatric surgery and is a minimally invasive gynaecological surgery leader. More than 90% of all surgical interventions in the clinic are performed using sparing minimally invasive techniques. In addition, doctors in the clinic have extensive experience treating diabetic foot syndrome. The German Diabetes Association has recognised the innovative methods that hospital specialists use. The hospital also includes a chest pain unit and is an integral part of emergency care for patients with heart attacks.

The hospital is an internationally recognised centre that provides its patients with high-quality treatment to improve their quality of life. With experienced doctors, caring nursing staff, location in the heart of Germany and exceptional infrastructure, the hospital makes sure that all patients receive treatment in a comfortable environment.

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Founded in 1895
20,000 patients
214 beds available
7 departments

Is the centre good for bariatric operations?

The Center for Obesity Surgery in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen is distinguished by the fact that doctors use many different surgical methods. Whether it is sleeve gastrectomy, gastric bypass, gastric banding, or the very complex BPD (biliopancreatic diversion) operation, it is essential to consider individual needs.

Can I lose weight without surgery?

Various medications can help the patient lose weight. Some of these drugs change the feeling of hunger or fullness. Also, in the clinic, with the participation of qualified and experienced nutritionists, it is possible to install a gastric balloon. This method can improve overall health and reduce surgical risks.

What kind of vascular interventions does the medical centre perform?

Sachsenhausen Hospital Frankfurt offers patients highly specialized treatment for vascular diseases using modern procedures. The department of angiology specializes in diagnosing PAOD and treating acute and chronic arterial occlusions with PTA (Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty).

Doctors in Academic Hospital Sachsenhausen Frankfurt am Main

About the city

Frankfurt am Main or simply Frankfurt is the fifth-largest city in Germany, founded in the 1st century. It is also the heart of the Rhine-Main metropolitan region, the second-largest in Germany, with 5,5 million inhabitants. Frankfurt is located in the central part of both Germany and Europe, making it a major air, rail, and road transport centre. According to the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC), Frankfurt is awarded the title of an "alpha world city" thanks to its position as a global hub in culture, education, commerce, transportation, and tourism.

Since 1240, Frankfurt am Main held international trade fairs, which led it now to become one of the world’s leading commercial, financial, and high-technology centres. Such reclaimed universities as Goethe University, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, and the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts are the cultural centres of the city. There are a plethora of tourist attractions for sightseeing, including the old town and some of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe, Museumsufer - a landscape of museums on both shores of the Main, continental Europe's largest English theatre, a concert hall Alte Oper, various parks and sports facilities.

Science is equally important in Frankfurt, with three Max Planck Society institutes based in the city: Institute for European History of Law (MPIeR), Institute for Biophysics, and Institute for Brain Research. Another important scientific building block of the city is the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, involved in research in the fields of physics, chemistry, neuroscience, and computer science. The two biggest medical institutions in Frankfurt are ​​University Hospital Frankfurt am Main of Goethe-University and ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Frankfurt am Main. 

Being a capital for more than 500 years, Frankfurt still functions as a focal point for connection both inside Germany and in Europe as a whole. With its nearly-thousand years of history, the city is equally modern and at the avant-garde of innovations in business, culture, and science. 

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