The new heart of the health region

A provider of maximum care, Klinikum Stuttgart offers cutting-edge ­medical care of university standard – with qualified specialists and ­advanced medical facilities.

52 clinics and institutes cover practically every medical discipline. In the numerous high-performance centres, medical and therapeutic expertise is combined and by nature interdisciplinary. This ensures that patients get the best possible treatment.

The new Klinikum Stuttgart buildings have transformed the state capital into the new heart of the health region – modern, efficient, unbureaucratic and friendly.

From prenatal diagnostics and intensive care for premature babies, all specialised disciplines in paediatrics and adult medical care to age-related diseases, the specialists at Klinikum Stuttgart cover the entire spectrum of modern high-performance health care. The interdisciplinary approach ensures that all aspects of an illness are taken into consideration.

In future, Klinikum Stuttgart activities will be focused at two sites. The new central site is being built on the premises of the Katharinen Hospital, with new buildings for the Olga Hospital and women’s clinic. At the Bad Cannstatt site, the Mental Healthcare Centre will gain a new, modern clinic building.

By combining the Olga Hospital and women’s clinic under the one roof, newly borns requiring care no longer need to be moved. The new building creates optimum conditions for the medical care of the young patients. Expectant mothers will also benefit when they come to the new women’s clinic to give birth. Maximum safety is ensured for delivery thanks to the direct link-up.

The new Mental Healthcare Centre building will also considerably improve the care available to patients with mental health problems.

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New building of the Mental Healthcare Centre in Bad Cannstatt

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New Olga Hospital building / women’s clinic – view from Killesberg

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