University Hospital Oldenburg

Oldenburg, Germany
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92% PatientScore?
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University Hospital Oldenburg
University Hospital Oldenburg
University Hospital Oldenburg

About the hospital

University Hospital Oldenburg is a highly specialized medical institution that offers a wide range of quality medical services. According to the prestigious Focus magazine, the University Hospital of Oldenburg is one of the best medical facilities in Germany. Furthermore, the hospital is located on a territory with a picturesque landscape, which contributes to the speedy recovery and rehabilitation of patients.

The hospital has 16 clinics, 11 centres and eight institutes. The medical team of the hospital annually treats 37,000 patients on an inpatient and part-inpatient basis, as well as more than 100,000 outpatients. The hospital is designed for 832 beds in comfortable single and double rooms. The pediatric departments' wards are decorated appropriately so that small patients feel at home. The hospital also has a pharmacy, a hairdresser's, and a library with audiobooks, DVDs and board games.

The hospital is certified by the German Society for Traumatology and is one of the largest providers of medical services for trauma treatment. The university hospital includes an emergency centre where numerous acute illnesses and injuries are examined and treated. Services range from minor health problems to the most severe injury or heart attack. Based on the hospital, doctors conduct many research projects, especially in thyroid pathology. Highly-qualified specialists are developing an application with which patients can specifically train various aspects of their voice after thyroid surgery. As a result, hospital patients can be sure they receive effective and innovative therapy.

All doctors at the University Hospital of Oldenburg have many years of experience and excellent achievements in diagnosing and treating various diseases. The hospital has departments of intensive care, dermatology and allergology, gynaecology and obstetrics, cardiac surgery and general surgery, oncology and genetics. Particular attention is paid to children's mental health, so the hospital has a department of child and adolescent psychiatry, psychosomatics, and psychotherapy. The hospital's medical staff takes care of patients' emotional states, creating a friendly atmosphere, and supporting patients in every possible way at all stages of their treatment.

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Founded in 1973
132,000 patients
832 beds available
N/A departments

What is the primary speciality of the clinic?

The main focus is on treating diseases of the musculoskeletal system, as confirmed by numerous certificates. In addition, emergency care for injuries and orthopaedic conditions and innovative treatment development are integral parts of hospital life. The clinic also offers bone cancer surgeries.

What diseases can be treated in the medical centre?

The clinic offers treatment of skin-allergic, gynaecological-obstetrical and oncological diseases, as well as operative cardio-thoracic interventions and general surgery. In addition, the genetic and psychiatric department provides high-quality services for children.

Does the University Hospital Oldenburg provide thyroid treatment?

The medical centre focuses on providing high-quality treatment for thyroid surgery and improving techniques through intraoperative neuromonitoring. In addition, the incisions can be performed under the armpit or from the back, which is suitable for the most esthetically demanding patients.

Is there a long waiting list at the clinic?

Thanks to experienced doctors and innovative equipment, the medical centre ensures a short period of treatment and rehabilitation for most patients. That allows locals and foreigners from all over the world to make an appointment and receive treatment without queues.

About the city

Oldenburg is a small old town in northwest Germany. The former seat of counts, dukes and grand dukes is now a bustling university town and a significant centre between the Weser and Ems, the administrative, economic and cultural centre of the northwestern part of Lower Saxony. Oldenburg is a growing city. The total population currently stands at 170,000 inhabitants.

Oldenburg boasts a large pedestrian area, a diverse theatre scene, Lower Saxony's most important inland port, and flower-decorated gardens and farms within the city. Near the port is a historic palace and church that impresses visitors with its gothic architecture on the outside and beautiful classical rotunda inside. Oldenburg is considered a city of art and culture in the region, where many exciting events take place. Museums, libraries and theatres, including the State Theater with seven lanes, combine tradition and modernity. The Horst Janssen Museum and the Edith Russ House of Media Art are just two important exhibition houses.

Oldenburg has been a university city for more than 50 years. With over 20,000 students, there are plenty of bustling trendy hangouts, a vibrant cultural scene, quaint boutiques and well-stocked bookstores - the perfect ingredients for city life. Oldenburg is home to two public universities: the Jade University of Applied Sciences, which offers degrees in engineering and architecture, and the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, known for its courses in medicine and sustainable energy. Evangelisches Krankenhaus Oldenburg, Klinikum Oldenburg, Pius-Hospital Oldenburg, Karl-Jaspers-Klinik are part of the Medical Campus of the University of Oldenburg. Together, the clinics provide high-quality medical services not only to residents of the city but throughout the country.

Visitors and residents love Oldenburg for its atmosphere and unique character. Those who cannot choose between the rhythm of the metropolis and the quiet of a country idyll will find a mixture of both in the city. In addition, the love of the town, the friendly attitude of people towards each other, the practicality of the locals and the incredible number of cyclists create a hospitable atmosphere.

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