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    Freiberg District Hospital

    Sachsen, Germany




    Operations per year




    Medical staff

    All / Top Specialties

    • Spine Fusion Surgery

    • Laparoscopic Surgery

    • Liver Transplant

    All / Top Services

    • Myelography

    • Spondylodesis

    • Doppler Ultrasonography

    • Embolization

    • Specialized Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Supportive Care

    • Breathing and Heart Rate Monitor

    • Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)

    • Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB) Surgery

    • Bowel Resection (Partial Colectomy)

    • Electrocardiography

    • Intussusception Surgery

    • Ultrasound

    • DOTATATE Positron Emission Tomography (PET)

    • Adrenalectomy

    • Radiographic Evaluation

    • Physiotherapy

    • Therapeutic Angiogenesis using Stem Cell-derived Extracellular Vesicles


    The only main hospital in the district of Mittelsachsen, the district hospital in Freiberg, with 335 beds in eleven clinics, ensures the regional medical care of patients. The district of Mittelsachsen and Sana Kliniken AG act as shareholders. The employees of the Freiberg Hospital want to help you or your relatives in the difficult life situation of an illness in accordance with their mission statement. The patient and his suffering is the focus of their work, which requires a lot of commitment with heart and soul from all employees in the house. A modern hospital with friendly architecture and the latest medical equipment. With professional competence in the nursing and medical field, they place theirselves at the service of the patients. DEALINGS WITH EACH OTHER Close communication is part of a cooperative partnership in the group of their companies. Everyone treats others with respect, appreciation and motivation, regardless of hierarchy, level of education, gender and nationality. They trust their employees and give them responsibility and decision-making authority. For them, transparency, openness and goal-oriented leadership form the foundation of their corporate culture. They are committed to high-quality education, training and further education in medicine and nursing as well as in the technical and economic fields and open up individual career paths and opportunities for advancement. THEIR SPECIALIST DEPARTMENTS/CLINICS Emergency Reception In their emergency room you will be treated as an emergency without an appointment around the clock. You come to them with the rescue service, independently with acute health problems or are referred by your family doctor. They provide competent and interdisciplinary diagnostics and initial treatment so that you can then be referred to the relevant specialist department in their hospital or you can be discharged home on an outpatient basis. An interprofessional team is available for this purpose. The influx of patients and the nature of the diseases cannot be planned. Their emergency room is often heavily frequented on weekends and public holidays, so that there can always be a bottleneck in care in special situations. Patient care cannot be fixed at the time of arrival in the emergency room, but is subject to the criteria of urgency. This is assessed by their trained admissions staff. This is done using a proven method - the Manchester Triage. They always have an open ear for your problems and questions. Talk to them at any time, but please also understand that the acute care of their patients must be the focus. Clinic for General, Visceral and Pediatric Surgery As a center of primary care, they want to offer their patients optimal regional and national care in Freiberg and in the Central Saxony area. For this purpose, the clinic for general, visceral and pediatric surgery in the Freiberg district hospital and its team offer a wide range of modern surgical therapy methods for benign and malignant diseases. In order to accelerate the healing phase after an operation, minimally invasive methods (so-called "keyhole surgery") are preferably used. Taking the patient and his or her individual circumstances into account is a prerequisite for the success of the treatment and is therefore their duty and obligation, so that they can live up to the trust you place in them. Clinic for Vascular Surgery, Endovascular Surgery and Phlebology The Clinic for Vascular Surgery, Endovascular Surgery and Phlebology offers you the entire diagnostic and therapeutic spectrum of vascular medicine at the highest level. The department's team consists of experienced vascular surgeons, interventional radiologists and angiology-oriented internists. All modern diagnostic methods (ultrasound, duplex, MRI, CT) and state-of-the-art angiography (Artis siemens zeego) are available for vascular diagnostics, which also allows a three-dimensional and colored representation of the vessels. All interventional and/or surgical procedures can be performed in their hybrid operating room. Gastroenterology - Diabetology - Palliative Medicine Under the direction of Chief Physician Dr. medical Martin Walz, three senior physicians as well as specialists and doctors in training, work in the clinic for internal medicine. Around 6,000 inpatients and 3,300 outpatients are treated annually. The medical clinic treats patients with internal diseases. The range of care includes illnesses, among other things • the gastrointestinal tract (gastroenterology), • diabetes (diabetology), • Tumor diseases (oncology) in cooperation with the oncological practice • the blood vessels, especially older people (geriatrics) and as well as the palliative medicine. According to a clinic with the task of special care, modern possibilities of diagnostics and therapy are available. Examples include: • an endoscopic department (including colonoscopy, gastroscopy, endosonography, ERCP, bronchoscopy), • Ultrasound workstations (sonography, Doppler, etc.) • Examination of lung function. The aim of the medical clinic is to provide very good human and professional care. The close cooperation with medical colleagues in the outpatient area is an essential basis for guaranteeing this for their patients. Wards with beds, monitoring, admissions, diagnostics, X-rays, secretariats and outpatient clinics form a functional unit in the immediate vicinity on one level. The intensive care unit and operating room are directly above. Internal medicine patients in the emergency room are cared for and treated by specialists from both internal clinics. With the tele tower board, they ensure that oncological patients in the region receive therapy of the highest medical standard. Therapy planning for their oncological patients takes place in the interdisciplinary tumor board, in which all patients are discussed in cooperation with the National Center for Tumor Diseases in Dresden (NTC/NCC). Cardiology In their clinic, they treat patients with diseases of the coronary arteries, the heart muscle, the heart rhythm and the heart valves. Their experienced specialists use the latest diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Their services include the complete range of non-invasive cardiological diagnostics (echocardiography, checking pacemakers and defibrillators, cardio-pulmonary stress tests), as well as the implantation of pacemakers, defibrillators and event recorders. They also offer minimally invasive surgery to close the left atrial appendage and atrial septal defects to protect against strokes. With the reopening of the separate heart catheter laboratory in April 2020, the range of invasive diagnostics and therapy for patients with coronary heart disease or acute heart attacks at the Freiberg district hospital was expanded. The aim of their clinic is the guideline-based, evidence-based and yet individual and local care of patients with cardiovascular diseases. Clinic for Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine The Clinic for Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine is a modernly equipped clinic located in a new hospital building. It has 22 beds, including 6 neonatal beds. More than 1,500 inpatients, from premature babies to young adults, are treated there every year. The specialized care of children and adolescents between the ages of 0 and 18 is provided in all areas of pediatric and adolescent medicine (with the exception of cancer). There is a close spatial connection to the delivery room and neonatology. Together with the obstetrics department, the clinic for child and adolescent medicine forms a perinatal focus (Level III). The atmosphere and design of the patient rooms are child-friendly. Up to the age of 6 or until school enrollment, one parent can stay overnight with the child or in its immediate vicinity. The wards of the clinic for paediatrics and youth medicine are located in buildings 1 and 2 of the hospital. Ward 5 (2nd floor, building 2, neonatology) cares for premature and sick newborns as well as young babies. This station is located in the immediate vicinity of the delivery room. On ward 4 (3rd floor, building 1) infants, children and adolescents are treated with pediatric, pediatric surgical and urological as well as ENT diseases. Pediatric emergencies outside of the office hours of the registered paediatricians and outside of the pediatric on-call service are treated in the emergency outpatient clinic of the Clinic for Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (3rd floor, building 2) by the clinic doctor on duty. Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery The Clinic for Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery at the Freiberg District Hospital is licensed for the injury type procedure § 6 of the statutory professional associations. The clinic is part of the East Saxony trauma network of the German Society for Trauma Surgery as a regional trauma center. Clinic for Urology and Pediatric Urology The urological field includes the medicinal and surgical treatment of diseases of the urinary organs in women and the urinary and genital organs in men. 16% of all malformations in newborns and adolescents are attributable to these organ systems, so that a high level of competence has also been developed in the field of pediatric urology. In addition to basic urological care, their clinic also focuses on special uro-oncology, urogynaecology and special plastic urology. A particularly developed area is minimally invasive surgery (MIS) for both benign diseases and tumors. In the clinic, under the direction of Chief Physician Dr. medical Andreas Krause treats around 1,600 inpatients and 1,000 day inpatients every year. About 60 percent of them suffer from a tumor disease and require particularly close cooperation between urologists, specialists from other disciplines in their house, cooperating specialist clinics and established colleagues. The individual therapy planning for all patients and the best possible coordination of the treatment processes and care is guaranteed by the dedicated team of doctors, nurses and functional nurses. There are 27 beds in the urological ward (14). After major operations, beds in the intensive care unit are used if necessary. Newborns, children and adolescents requiring urological treatment are accommodated in close cooperation with the pediatrician colleagues on the children's wards (4/5), with overnight accommodation for the parents if necessary. All 1-, 2- and 3-bed rooms are equipped with shower, toilet, telephone and TV, the ward and the function rooms are wheelchair accessible. In addition to the central operating wing, the Urological Clinic uses a separate operating area in the immediate vicinity of the ward. This contains three operating rooms with video transmission technology, a digital X-ray unit with image intensifier chain, an ESWL device for stone treatment, laser technology and a urodynamic measuring station. The Urological Clinic is a training center for specialist urology recognized by the Saxon State Medical Association. The chief physician has the authority for full further training for the specialty (5 years). The training concept is aimed at sound and practice-oriented further training up to specialist level and includes all modern diagnostic and therapeutic content. Otorhinolaryngology In the ENT affiliated department, mainly patients with affiliated doctor-specific, surgical ENT interventions are cared for. From October 1, 2021, the ENT specialist Daniel May will take over the supervision of the inpatient department. The ward has beds available for patients who have had operations on the tonsils, nose, operations on the larynx and minor ear operations. In addition, severe dizziness is treated conservatively.