Charité University Hospital, located in Berlin, is renowned for being of the largest hospitals in Europe. Charité was ranked as the world’s 5th best hospital from 2019 to 2022, and Europe’s best by Newsweek.
The University Hospital has four campuses with over 100 departments, employing nearly 20,000 people. All the physicians and researchers of the University Hospital are of the highest world standards. More than half of the Nobel Prize winners in Medicine and Physiology in Germany have worked and teached at Charité University Hospital.
The hospital, with the 300 year history, has approximately 9,800 doctors and scientists, including 261 professors and 11 nobel prize winners, and 4,300 nurses. Charité speacialists are leading the medical sciences in the world. The specialists provided treatment to more than 3,000 people with eye tumor using their proton therapy, come up with an alternative anesthesia method to minimize the side effects, developed new treatment for pneumonia.
The Charité University Hospital Works with the mission of using their clinical findings in order to find new research ideas and developing new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat medical conditions.