The catholic Johanna-Etienne-Krankenhaus is one of the most modern hospitals in the region. It has eight specialised departments, a palliative ward and six competence centres: the breast centre and the stroke, colon cancer, musculosceletal and vascular centres along with the specialist medical centre (Facharztzentrum) Neuss. In 2016 the 800 members of staff provided care for nearly 20,000 in- and about 46,000 out-patients. The hospital has an affiliation with the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf and acts as a teaching hospital (Akademisches Lehrkrankenhaus) that will accept German students during their practical year (Praktisches Jahr). Places are available in anaesthetics and intensive care, gynaecology and obstetrics, neurology, orthopaedics and radiology.
Neuss is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located on the west bank of the Rhine opposing Düsseldorf. It is primarily known for its historic Roman sites. Neuss was founded by the Romans in 16 BC as a military fortification (castrum) at the confluence of the rivers Rhine and Erft, with the name of Novaesium. In 1984 Neuss celebrated 2000 years since its foundation and therefore holds the title of “Germany’s oldest city” alongside the city of Trier.
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