Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus

Referral/Teaching Hospital | Dresden, Germany

Hospital description

The hospital covers the entire spectrum of modern medicine, with 21 specialised clinics covering various fields of activity. Patients are treated according to the most modern medical standards, and the hospital offers good support for patients with serious and rare illnesses. In 2014 there have been treated: 57.363 in-patients, 7.382 patients in day clinics, and 172,220 out-patients.

From their website: The Carl Gustav Carus Hospital in Dresden has a long medical tradition. It was founded as a surgical medical academy in 1815 by Friedrich August I., King of Saxony. Carl Gustav Carus (1789 – 1869) worked here as the Royal Gynaecologist. In 1993 the Carl Gustav Carus Medical Academy was established as a Medical Faculty and became part of the Technical University Dresden. Now we have excellent facilities for modern interdisciplinary teamwork in medical research and medical service. Recently the Medical Faculty became a Harvard Medical International Associated Institution. It is a national and international centre of excellence in teaching. More than 3500 specialists guarantee an excellent medical service.

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Hospital type Referral/Teaching Hospital
Local language German
Funding Status Public

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