Capacity — 3,011 beds.
Specialisations: neurology, ophthalmology, visceral surgery, gynecology, palliative therapy, pediatrics, plastic surgery, psychology, pulmonology, oncology, radiation therapy, otorhinolaryngology, anesthesiology, cardiology, dermatology, rheumatology, traumatology, urology, diabetology, gastroenterology.
Due to the great flow of patients, Charité specialists and the experience they receive on a daily basis, they provide the best patient care in 94.2% of cases.
The Charité University Hospital has been considered to be the best clinic in Germany for many years. It is the largest hospital in Germany and one of the largest hospitals in the world. The Hospital's departments and specialised centres provide the highest quality of treatment which is always rated with the best scores. The departments gave the world many Nobel laureates and award-winning professors of Germany. Among them there are Robert Koch, Paul Erlich, and Emil von Bering.
The clinic did not reach this level at once; its history dates back to 18th century. Today, the Hospital includes almost 100 clinics and institutes in 17 clinical centres, which are located in 4 main buildings and more than 10 small buildings scattered all over Berlin. Already more than 15 thousand employees provide assistance to about 700,000 outpatients and more than 150,000 inpatients per year.