Clinic capacity — 1,378 places
Specializations — DER, DIA, GAS, VIS, GYN, NEU, OPH, ORA, OTO, PAL, PED, PLA, ANE, CAR, CHI, PSY, RHE, TRA, URO, PUL, ONC, RAD,
Since its founding in 1815, the University Hospital Erlangen has been offering high-quality medical care. In the diagnosis and therapy uses the latest medical research results and the most modern devices.
Unikliniki scientists develop new treatment options and strive to ensure that their results benefit patients as quickly as possible. In the spring of 2012, an infrastructure course was set up for successful, patient-oriented research and patient care, which has already been implemented. Scientists continue to organize the optimal research environment for successful participation in numerous national and international studies.
The University Hospital Erlangen provides comprehensive treatment for patients with tumors at any age. Specialists from different disciplines determine the best methods of treatment for each patient.
Specialized cancer centers have been established to treat certain types of cancer. The branches of different directions united and formed a certified oncological center. Now cancer patients are provided in accordance with the recommendations of the German Cancer Society (DKG).
The Cancer Center is closely linked to the Interdisciplinary Cancer Center of Excellence (Integrated Cancer Center Erlangen-EMN). In the structure of tripartite care in Germany, the CCC ER-EMN is the best center with a combination of healthcare, research and training. He sees himself as a common interdisciplinary platform for participating clinics, institutes and departments. Around the world, advanced advances in the field of oncology are increasingly associated with centers that have a full range of oncological knowledge and technology in both health care and research.
Together, all institutions aim to provide the best cancer treatment methods currently available to selected cancer patients.
More than 11,000 people are currently waiting for a saving donor body throughout Germany, including about 650 seriously ill patients at the University Hospital Erlangen. Its employees accompany the victims in their, often long, journey: from entering the line to the transplant and subsequent care.