The Städtisches Klinikum München Group (Munich Municipal Hospital Group) is the largest of its kind in Munich and surroundings and the second largest of its kind in Germany. Over the five hospitals in Bogenhausen, Harlaching, Neuperlach, Schwabing and Thalkirchner Straße the group employs 7,000 members of staff and has 140,000 in-patient and another 100,000 out-patient visits each year. The group has 3,300 beds and is the largest emergency care provider in the region – 40% of all emergency care cases are treated here. The hospitals have a number of international patients, interpreter services are available for a multitude of languages.
The hospital Neuperlach was built in response to Munich being announced as the host of the Olympic games in 1972. At the time, Neuperlach did not exist, but with a population increase of 125,000 in reponse to more jobs being made available to build the Olympic village, it was decided that a new hospital had to be built and be completed by 1972. Now the hospital provides core medical cover to the Neuperlach area, Germany’s largest colon cancer centre can be found here.
The hospital reached place 51 in the news magazine Focus’ ranking of German hospitals for 2017 and place nine in Bavaria.
The Klinikum is also a teaching hospital to the Ludwig-Maximillians University of Munich and will accept German students during their practical year (Praktisches Jahr). Places are available in surgery, internal medicine and dermatology.
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