The St Elisabeth Hospital was founded in 1931 and is independently operated by the Catholic church. Situated in the South of Leipzig, it is the third largest hospital in the city. Offering all standard hospital services in 11 specialty departments, it has won an important role in the health of the people of the city and the region. In 2015 there have been almost 20.000 in-patients.
The obstetrics department is well known and has an excellent reputation.
Leipzig is, with a population of circa. 525,000, the largest city in the federal state of Saxony, in the new states of Germany.
In the 17th century, Leipzig was one of the major European city-centres of learning and culture in fields such as music, astronomy and optics. After World War II, Leipzig became a major urban centre within the Communist German Democratic Republic.
Leipzig later played a significant role in the fall of communism in Eastern Germany, through events taken place in and around St. Nikolai Church. Since the Reunification of Germany, Leipzig has undergone significant change with the restoration of historical buildings and the development of a modern transport infrastructure.
The hospital has an own nursing school from where many nurses are recruited.
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