EDU’s Partner Teaching Hospitals
As Europe’s first fully digital provider of tertiary education in Medicine, we are proud to offer our innovative degree in Human Medicine in Germany in partnership with selected hospitals, including Helios Kliniken, University Hospital Bonn, Marienhaus Hospital Neuwied and others. These partnerships deliver on EDU’s core commitment to partnering with teaching hospitals around the world, which fulfil high standards of quality and provide expert teaching staff for practical training during clinical rotations. We look forward to announcing more partners as we continue our expansion across Europe, Africa and Asia.
Hospital Partner Network
HELIOS KLINIKUM ERFURT GMBH
Helios Klinikum Erfurt features 1,300 beds and is the largest hospital in the region. With more than 30 specialist areas, ranging from general surgery to the care centre for burnt children in Thuringia, the hospital offers all-round care for people from Erfurt and the surrounding areas. Furthermore, the Helios Klinikum Erfurt is a maximum care hospital, also functioning as the academic teaching hospital of the University Hospital Jena.
HELIOS KLINIKUM HILDESHEIM GMBH
Helios Klinikum Hildesheim has a capacity of 579 beds, and is the largest Helios hospital in the region of Lower Saxony. Each year, around 26,000 inpatients and 80,000 outpatients are cared for here. Experts in various certified centreers such as breast, colon, skin tumour and hand trauma centers work together in the hospital on an interdisciplinary basis. In addition, Helios Klinikum Hildesheim is the academic teaching hospital of Hannover University of Applied Sciences.
MARIENHAUS KLINIKUM ST. ELISABETH NEUWIED
The Marienhaus Klinikum is one of the largest hospitals in northern Rhineland-Palatinate with about 700 in-patient and day-care places in the three locations Bendorf, Neuwied and Waldbreitbach. Patients are treated in nine main departments, two inpatient departments, four-day clinics and a centre for outpatient rehabilitation and prevention according to the latest medical insights. The hospital is also an academic teaching hospital of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and a teaching hospital of the University of Maastricht.
With 1,232 beds and 32 specialist clinics, the University Hospital Bonn is an important location for patient care, teaching and research. The maximum care hospital works with the latest methods in the diagnosis and treatment of almost all disease patterns. For EDU students, the University Hospital Bonn is only available for the first clinical rotation within the Bachelor of Medicine.