The Munich University Hospital (Klinikum der Universität München) consists of two hospitals on two locations, one is the Großhadern campus, the second the Innenstadt Hospital. It is the largest hospital in Munich and is the teaching hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilian University and is also one of the largest hospitals in Germany and Europe. It consists of 45 clinics, institutes and departments of different medical specialties.
The basis of the inner city campus was founded in 1813 and experienced many rebuilding and extensions. In the 1950s, the campus reached its limits and a new place had to be found. The second hospital complex outside the city, the hospital Großhadern, was founded with all specialties under one roof, with being fully functional in 1981. In 2014, a new center for operations and intensive medicine opened and a complex children hospital on the campus Großhadern is just in the planning period.
The hospital is a leading institution in transplant medicine in Germany.
Munich itself is a large city with excellent train connections to most parts of Germany and set within the picturesque Bundesland of Bavaria in the south of Germany.
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