The hospital was founded in 1871 and continued from 1914 under the aegis of the district Leer . It enjoys an excellent reputation even outside of the patient catchment area. It treats around 15.000 in-patients and more than 30.000 out-patients/year. It provides key medical services but also specialises in the treatment of diseases of the cardiovascular systems as well as joint diseases. Since 1982 it is a teaching hospital. In 2008 it changed its name into Klinikum Leer. In 2009 the Klinikum Leer merged completely with the hospital Rheiderland which had been under the threat of insolvency, and in 2001 the Inselkrankenhaus Borkum became a subsidiary. All three hospitals together form the Klinikum Leer gGmbH with overall 400 beds, 19,000 in-patients and 50,000 out-patients a year.
|Hospital type||Referral/Teaching Hospital|
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