Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Klinikum Bremen-Nord is a multispecialty hospital in the northern part of Bremen (Germany), which is a part of Gesundheit Nord (Nord Klinik Allianz). Key specialties at Bremen-Nord are general and vascular surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics.
In 2015-2016, the hospital was ranked among the 100 best medical facilities in Germany according to the Focus journal. The journal takes into account the percent of successful treatment provided in the hospital, patients’ reviews and doctors’ achievements.
Each year, Bremen-Nord treats 40,000 patients.
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Bremen-Nord Hospital is one among 4 medical centers forming the Gesundheit Nord-Klinikverbund Bremen (Nord Klinik Allianz) treating 250,000 German and foreign patients each year.
Klinikum Bremen-Nord was founded in 1887. Today it is a modern building consisted of 12 departments, Vascular Surgery Center and 2 operating rooms.
The hospital is located in a quiet area of Bremen, near Wätjens Park, 25 km away from the international airport.
Ranked among the best hospitals in Germany according to the Focus edition
In 2015-2016, the Gesundheit Nord Bremen network, including Bremen-Nord has ranked among Top 100 best medical facilities in Germany according to Focus. The edition takes into account data on the treatment success, the availability of modern equipment, the achievements of doctors, and patients’ reviews.
Since 2002, a day surgical clinic has been working on the Bremen-Nord premises. It is equipped with 2 operating rooms for open and minimally invasive (through small incisions) interventions.
Doctors of the Department have conducted over 22,000 operations.
Annually, Bremen-Nord surgeons perform:
Center for Vascular Medicine at Klinikum Bremen-Nord
The Vascular Center is certified by the German Society for Vascular Surgery (DGG). In 2018, it has re-passed certification and took the 5th position among the hundred vascular clinics in Germany. To get a certificate, a hospital must meet 22 criteria including a high success rate of operations, 24/7 patient care and effective cooperation between departments.
The team of the Department consists of surgeons, angiologists (vascular doctors), radiologists, and diabetes specialists who are involved in the treatment of vascular diseases.
The doctors at the Bremen-Nord have over 20 years of experience in performing vascular operations.
Doctors specialize in the treatment of:
Doctors of the Department monitor pregnancy, perform delivery, and treat gynecological diseases.
The clinic’s deliveries have comfortable wards where a woman feels like at home. Every year, 2,000 babies are born in the Department.
Laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgeries — what are these?
Doctors specialize in the treatment of malignant and benign neoplasms in the cervix, uterus, ovaries, vagina, and labia. Doctors perform most gynecological operations with minimally invasive methods — laparoscopic or hysteroscopic surgeries.
Laparoscopic interventions are operations carried out through 2-3 small incisions in the abdomen. The length of incisions usually does not exceed 1-2 cm, so a patient does not have extensive scars. Due to the low tissue trauma, recovery takes less time compared to the open surgery.
Recreational room in the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Doctors of the Department specialize in the treatment of injuries and diseases of the shoulder, knee, and hip joints.
The key direction of the Department is the treatment of elderly patients. In 2015, Bremen-Nord was certified as the Age-Related Traumatology Center.
Orthopedists perform arthroscopic operations for the shoulder, knee and hip joints treatment.
Arthroscopic interventions are performed for diagnosis or treatment. Doctors insert a mini-camera and instruments into the joints through small holes. Thus, specialists examine or eliminate the cause of the disease.
The recovery from arthroscopy takes less time than after an open intervention. Usually, a patient gets to his/her feet on the same or the next day.
Other hospitals of Gesundheit Nord-Klinikverbund Bremen: