Today, with more then 1,428 beds the Clinic of Braunschweig is one of the most respected hospitals in Germany, offering maximum medical supply to patients from all over the world. With19 clinics, 10 independent clinical departments and 6 institutes, almost the entire range of medical areas is covered. Each year, over 58,000 patients are hospitalized and about 150,000 are treated on the outpatient basis.
In 2014 the Clinic has published a 76-page informative annual report, which features the business figures and the most important facts about the activity of the Clinic. Besides, the report offers additional background information about the Clinic in general and specifically about its achievements in 2014.
the year 2014 was characterized with continuity and reliability, despite the growing proportion of the patients. The achievements of the year have been presented by (from links): Nursing Deputy Director Birgit Walther, the former managing director HELMUT SCHÜTTIG, Supervisory chairman and the mayor ULRICH MARKUTH and the medical director MD THOMAS BARTKIEWICZ.
The Braunschweig Clinic is a member of the Lower Saxony Hospital Society, the Municipal Employers' Association of Lower Saxony, Working community of large German public hospitals (AKG) and the Braunschweig Research Organisation.
Being one of the largest communal hospitals in Germany, we view ourselves as an essential pillar of inpatient and outpatient health care – far beyond the respective city limits and country boundaries. Our concept is characterized with:
The Federal Office for Information Security has re-certified the operation of electronic patient records. In 2008 our hospital was the first hospital to receive this quality certificate.
BSI is part of the Federal Ministry of the Interior and is the central IT security service provider of the Federal Republic. It is an independent and neutral body for the issues of IT security in the modern information society.
The Clinic can boast a turnover of around 261 million euros per year and is therefore one of the biggest and most powerful municipal hospitals in Germany.
As a major contractor for construction and maintenance measures, investments in equipment, IT and other services, it annually awards contracts worth of 80 million euros.
The Braunschweig Clinic has four major subsidiaries: