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St. Vinzenz Academic Hospital for Orthopedics Duesseldorf
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The St. Vinzenz Academic Hospital for Orthopedics Duesseldorf is a modern medical institution of emergency medical care with an international reputation. The hospital operates under the Catholic patronage, therefore long traditions based on Christian principles are honored here. The hospital has 322 beds for the inpatient treatment of patients. More than 39,000 inpatients and outpatients are treated here annually.
The main clinical focuses of the hospital include orthopedics, including a specialized day hospital for pain therapy, internal medicine and surgery with a special focus on the treatment of patients with gastrointestinal diseases (gastroenterology). The hospital regularly introduces into the practice all the innovations of modern medicine, so the surgical treatment covers a wide range of sparing, minimally invasive techniques.
Undoubtedly, a highly qualified personnel with expertise and extensive clinical experience plays the crucial role in first-class medical care, which is guaranteed by the hospital. Despite the technical progress, the first place is given to a person with his individual needs and wishes.
Dusseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is a large political center and a place where the main offices of the big companies and banks of the country are concentrated. With 800 years of history, Dusseldorf is also a city of art and fashion.
Old Town is not only a favorite place of citizens and tourists, but also the heart of cultural Dusseldorf. It houses the Academy of Arts and the City Museum, the Art Collection of the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia, the Heinrich Heine Museum, the Ceramics Museum and the Cinema Museum. The old town is amazingly beautiful. One can also have a cheap and tasty lunch there. Altstadt (Old Town) in Dusseldorf is called "the longest bar in the world" because there are endless cafes, pizzerias, snack bars, restaurants, etc. All these attractions are located not far from the embankment of the River Rhine, which should be visited as well.
Dusseldorf is also famous for its numerous eminent theater scenes, for example, the German Rhine Opera, the Dusseldorf Theater, and the Tonhalle Concert Hall. Traditionally for most German cities, there is a Market Square with the old Town Hall in the Old Town. The oldest church in Dusseldorf is the St. Lambert’s Basilica, built in the XIII century. There are many cultural and religious exhibits in it, such as miraculous icons and relics of saints.