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Nikolassee Hospital, the second Adventist Hospital in Berlin, Germany

Nikolassee Hospital, the second Adventist Hospital in Berlin, Germany

Berlin, May 10, 2012. [APD] . The 'Nikolassee Hospital' is the second Adventist Hospital in Berlin. The private clinic for internal medicine, psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine is only three miles from the Adventist 'Waldfriede hospital' in Berlin-Zehl

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Berlin, May 10, 2012. [APD]. The 'Nikolassee Hospital' is the second Adventist Hospital in Berlin. The private clinic for internal medicine, psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine is only three miles from the Adventist 'Waldfriede hospital' in Berlin-Zehlendorf.

The new, state-approved hospital for private health insurance, aid beneficiaries and self-pay patients in Berlin-Nikolassee has 17 beds. Its health care focuses on the medical departments of Internal Medicine and Psychosomatic Medicine / Psychiatry, including alcohol and drugs addiction, depression and burn-out. "We do not only extend the treatment to 'Waldfriede', but we also deal with the increase of diseases in psychosomatic medicine / psychiatry. These kind of diseases can be treated in a holistic, Adventist-Health-philosophy integrated way," highlighted Bernd Quoss, Managing Director of 'Waldfriede', who is also responsible for the management of the 'Nikolassee-Hospital'.
Chief medical professor Dr. Dietmar Forst takes over the medical management of the private 'Nikolassee-Hospital'. He was the most recent chief physician for internal medicine in the 'Waldfriede-Hospital'. The former owner and co-chief medical officer of the 'Berlin-Nikolassee-Hospital', Dr. Thomas Bodenmann, went into retirement after having built the health center and managed it for years.

The 'Waldfriede-hospital', established in 1920, has a license for private and insured patients. It has 170 beds and is equipped with the various departments of General Surgery, Anesthesia, Breast Cen

ter, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hand and Foot Surgery, Internal Medicine, Interdisciplinary Pelvic Floor center, Intensive Care, Radiology, Centers for Bowel and Pelvic Floor Surgery (Coloproctology) and finally Diabetes and Diabetic Foot syndrome. Each year It takes care of year 9000 inpatients and 18,000 outpatients. About 960 babies were born there last year.
In addition, the Seventh-day Adventist Church runs the 'Haus Niedersachsen hospital' in-Dedelstorf Oerrel, at Wolfsburg, with 66 treatment centers for alcohol and/or drug-addicted men and women.

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