HELIOS Hospital Berlin-Buch is a part of the HELIOS Hospital Group.
The HELIOS Hospital Group ranks among the largest and most medically advanced hospital groups in Europe. Since 2005 HELIOS is part of the global healthcare provider Fresenius Fresenius SE & Co.KGaA. A strong network of hospitals, an intensive interdisciplinary knowledge exchange among our employees and the immediate implementation of innovations, are the core of the HELIOS philosophy.
The HELIOS Hospital Group consists of 112 acute and rehabilitation facilities , including 7 tertiary care hospitals in Berlin-Buch, Duisburg, Krefeld, Wuppertal, Erfurt, Schwerin and Wiesbaden. In addition HELIOS operates 14 senior residences, 72 medical provision centers, five rehab centers and 18 prevention centers all over Germany.
The HELIOS Hospital group treats annually more than 4.7 million patients, around 1.3 million inpatient treatments. The HELIOS Hospital Group has 35,000 beds and more than 71,000 employees.
We adapt our care services to your specific and personal needs: We take care of our patients in their own language and are there for them before, during and after the treatment. At HELIOS, you can expect comfortable accommodation and excellent services in a modern atmosphere.
Extensive network throughout Germany: HELIOS is a company of Fresenius and is among the largest hospital groups in Europe. Our hospitals, centres and facilities offer first-class patient care in prevention, acute care medicine and rehabilitation from a single source.
Quality leadership in medicine and expertise: The medical treatment is precisely tailored to every single patient. Owing to our large network, even rare conditions can be treated without any problems.
Skilled medical staff with an excellent reputation worldwide: Our doctors are experts in their specialities, ensuring the highest level of medical treatment by maintaining close collaboration with colleagues and attending regular continuing education courses.
Medical equipment of the latest generation: The state-of-the art devices and equipment of our hospitals guarantee advanced and accurate treatment and diagnosis.
About HELIOS Hospital Berlin-Buch
The HELIOS Hospital in Berlin-Buch, one of the largest new hospital complexes in Europe opened in July 2007. With 1.100 hospital beds and 26 medical departments the new campuses state-of-the-art, tertiary care hospital that provides the highest levels of medical care and comfort.
The hospital has a long history that is intertwined with some of the most renowned physicians in medical history. In the 18th century it was the largest hospital complex in Eurasia and during the cold war it was one of the most important hospitals in Eastern Europe.
HELIOS Klinikum Berlin-Buch is a modern tertiary care hospital with six institutes and an emergency care centre with a helicopter landing deck. Every year, more than 51,000 inpatients and over 110,000 outpatients are treated here with high medical and nursing standards in diagnosis and therapy by interdisciplinary specialists, especially in interdisciplinary centres such as the Breast Centre, the Bowel Centre, the Perinatal Centre, the Stroke Unit and the Chest Pain Unit. The hospital is certified by the German Cancer Society as an Oncology Centre and by the German Diabetes Association as a "Specialised Centre for Diabetes Care".
The hospital offers treatments in specialties like general surgery, oncology, dermatology, obstetrics and gynecology, cardiology, nephrology, pediatrics, neurosurgery, neurology, and orthopedics etc.
Best possible patient care is ensured by a high level of medical and nursing expertise as well as state-of-the-art medical devices. Owing to the close collaboration between departments, research institutes and biotechnology companies on the Berlin-Buch Campus, our patients directly benefit from the findings of first-rate basic medical research.
Situated in the midst of Berlin-Brandenburg, in the green northeast of Berlin in Pankow and in the immediate vicinity of Barnim, the hospital can be reached directly by suburban train line S 2 and bus line 893 or by car (about 20 km away from Brandenburg Gate).