University Hospital Johannes Gutenberg Mainz

Mainz, Germany
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90% PatientScore?
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2.6 on Google
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University Hospital Johannes Gutenberg Mainz
University Hospital Johannes Gutenberg Mainz
University Hospital Johannes Gutenberg Mainz

About the hospital

University Hospital Johannes Gutenberg Mainz is the only medical institution in Rhineland-Palatinate that provides super-maximal care and functions as an internationally recognized medical science centre.

Working together in an exemplary interdisciplinary manner, the Mainz University Medical Center includes more than 60 medical departments, institutes and departments. The hospital has over 1662 hospital beds. Every year, almost 70,000 patients receive inpatient treatment, and about 280,000 patients are treated on an outpatient basis. More than 1,200 doctors and 2,900 nurses monitor hospital patients' health, recovery and general well-being. In addition to clinics and research institutes, the multidisciplinary medical facility includes a blood transfusion station and a large certified pharmacy.

The Johannes Gutenberg University Hospital is one of Germany's top 20 best clinics. The hospital specialists provide a full range of medical services at the highest level. Doctors use innovative methods of diagnostics and treatment and develop effective treatment programs for even the most severe diseases. Specialists use modern technological equipment of the departments for carrying out various procedures. The equipment allows doctors to perform all manipulations accurately, thus minimizing negative consequences for healthy tissues and organs. The clinic became famous thanks to the work of the otorhinolaryngology centre, where surgical interventions are practised on the head and neck, upper respiratory tract and oesophagus. The surgeons of the hospital also perform plastic surgery on the face. All operating rooms are equipped with modern equipment, such as microscopic surgical and laser equipment, computer navigation, robotics, etc.

The hospital departments are headed by qualified specialists, many of whom are well known in the scientific community. Specialized departments include pulmonology, rheumatology, traumatology, diabetology, radiation therapy, paediatrics, cardiology, dermatology and many others. An individual approach to each patient is the main principle of the hospital, thanks to which all treatment methods are applied only depending on the individual indicators of the body.

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Founded in 1952
350,000 patients
1,662 beds available
N/A departments

Is University Hospital Mainz suitable for treating deviated nasal septum and sinusitis?

The clinic is appropriate for treating deviated nasal septum and sinusitis thanks to functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) through a natural opening, the connection of the maxillary sinus, without external incisions. In addition, the procedure allows for improving sinus cleaning with faster recovery.

Does the medical centre treat blood diseases?

The clinic founded the department of haematology, internal oncology, stem cell transplantation and hemostaseology, which treats not only blood diseases. Advanced stem cell technology focuses on congenital and acquired blood disorders such as haemophilia, anaemia, leukaemia, platelet deficiency, and cancer.

What services does the hospital offer?

The university hospital offers treatment of oncological and cardiovascular diseases, skin and gynaecological disorders, and gastroenterology and ENT. In addition, the robust departments of anesthesiology, neurosurgery, and neurology cover all the most common and rare diseases.

What is unique about the clinic?

The clinic offers state-of-the-art transplant surgery using the latest methods, including pancreas and liver transplantation from a closely related donor. Robotic da Vinci technology helps to reduce traumatization and blood loss and shorten the rehabilitation period after the surgery. 

About the city

Mainz is the beautiful capital of the Rhineland-Palatinate region - a place worth a visit. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Main and Rhine. Mainz has a rich cultural heritage whose roots go back thousands of years.

One of the best places to immerse yourself in the past with all your senses is the lovingly restored Old Town, filled with an authentic atmosphere. The real highlight of the Old Town is the majestic Mainz Cathedral, towering above the skyline. In its shadow lie the medieval and early modern districts of Mainz. Unlike the bustling Old Town, the view of Mainz from the banks of the Rhine is somewhat austere. The New Arsenal, the Command of the Teutonic Knights and the Electoral Palace reflect the Baroque and Renaissance eras. The Gutenberg Printing Press Museum, the Romano-Germanic Central Museum and the Kunsthalle Art Gallery stand out as the best museums in Mainz.

The city is known for its university, Roman heritage, its status as a media centre and state capital. Mainz is the official wine capital of Germany, and the surrounding Rheinhessen region is Germany's largest wine-producing region, covering about 26,000 hectares. The wines grown near the city and processed in the many regional wineries enjoy an outstanding reputation. Part of Mainz's illustrious history is linked to the world of books - the town was home to the inventor of movable-type printing, Johannes Gutenberg, who revolutionized the way books were produced in the fifteenth century. The University of Mainz, which has about 32,000 students, was named in his honour. University Hospital Johannes Gutenberg Mainz is famous for its principle of complex patient care and high-quality medical services.

Mainz is a city that will not make visitors bored. The Mainz Rhine promenade, almost five and a half kilometres long, has a Mediterranean flavour. There is plenty of room to stroll at sunset, enjoy good wine on the sunbathing lawns, and watch large ships and small boats pass by. History, culture, culinary delights, nature and a special attitude to life - there is much to discover and experience in Mainz and its surroundings.

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