A Modern Specialized Hospital
The Paulinen Hospital is a modern specialized clinic for the cardiological aftercare of patients who have had an operation. As long as there are no medical contraindications, after the operation and for the phase of intense care following it, patients move to the specialized wards of Paulinen Hospital. They remain there until they are discharged home or for further rehabilitatory treatment.
Some patients are also cared for in the Paulinen Hospital preoperatively. At Paulinen Hospital you will be treated by doctors from the DHZB and doctors who have been trained at the DHZB under the guidance of the medical director, Prof. Volkmar Falk.
Since the capacity of the DHZB is very limited and beds must be reserved for the acutely ill, patients are moved to the Paulinen Krankenhaus after their operations. The DHZB has worked in close cooperation with this specialized hospital since 1995. The treatment procedures of the two hospitals are closely integrated, so that all patients receive the best possible treatment.
The Paulinen Hospital has 148 beds, of which 127 are on the five wards and 21 on the intensive care unit.
Specialties of the Paulinen Hospital
- Care of patients with terminal heart failure and terminal pulmonary failure in preparation for a planned organ transplant
- Treatment of patients with mechanical circulatory support systems
- Surgical treament of wound healing disorders
- Treatment of arterial hypertension and its consequences, including coronary artery disease, cardiac infarction and stroke, and metabolic diseases such as diabetes mellitus and thyroid disease
- Cardiac pacemaker monitoring
- Treatment of patients after organ transplantation