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Prices for diagnostics

  • Orthopedic consultation
    from 500 to 600€
  • Transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy
    0
  • Сomplex oncology diagnostic
    0
  • Angiography
    € 1 800 - 1 990
  • Biochemical blood analysis
    0
  • Biopsy
    0
  • Bone marrow puncture with cytogenetic analysis
    0
  • Complete blood and urine tests
    0
  • Complete blood count
    0
  • Consultation of a neurologist
    0
  • Consultation of a neurosurgeon
  • Consultation of a specialist
    € 500 - 600
  • Consultation of a surgeon
    0
  • Consultation of an oncologist
    from 550 to 700€
  • Consultation of an ophthalmologist
    0
  • Consultation of an urologist
    from 500 to 600€
  • CT (computer tomography)
    from 400 to 600€
  • ENT diagnostics
    от € 900
  • Extended analysis of blood
    0
  • Fine-needle aspiration biopsy
    0
  • Mammography
    € 200 - 300
  • Markers of viral hepatitis B and C
    0
  • MIBG - scintillation
    0
  • MRI
    0
  • MRI of the abdominal cavity
    0
  • Ophthalmoscopy
    0
  • Pediatrician consultation
    0
  • PET-CT
    0
  • Revision of biopsy and immunohistochemistry
    0
  • Scintigraphy
    0
  • U.S. eyeball
    0
  • Ultrasound
    0
  • Virtual colonoscopy
    € 800 - 900
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Prices for treatment

  • Complex treatment of retinoblastoma
    from 35000€
  • Cryotherapy
    0
  • Removal of part of tumor and nerve of eye
  • Amputation
  • Bone resection
  • Brachytherapy
    0
  • Chemotherapy
    0
  • CyberKnife
  • Da Vinci Robotic System
    0
  • Distal Pancreatectomy
  • Enucleation of eye
  • Gastrectomy
    0
  • Immunotherapy
    0
  • Kidney transplant
    from 70000€
  • Liver transplantation
    from 70000€
  • Lobectomy
    0
  • Lung cancer surgery
    0
  • Medication treatment for Parkinson"s disease
  • Photocoagulation
    0
  • Radical Prostatectomy via da Vinci Robotic Surgery
    0
  • Radiofrequency ablation
    0
  • Radiotherapy
    0
  • Radiotherapy
    0
  • Removal of the brain tumor
    from 22000 to 35000€
  • Removal of tumor of testicle
  • Resection of tumor
    0
  • The Wertheim-Meigs operation
  • Whipple surgery
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Berlin Charite hospital is the most famous university hospital in Europe, which is of great historical and practical importance to Berlin in particular and Brandenburg on the whole. Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm I who founded it in 1710 (for treatment of plague) had no idea that in 2010 the clinic will celebrate its 300th anniversary adding two universities. This merger promotes synthesis of professional skills of specialists of the two best German universities. The results of cooperation can be seen not only as an example of high quality service and medical care, but also in the results of research and experimentation held in Clinic because more than half of German scholars of the Nobel Prize in medicine are working for Charite.

Today the clinic continues to impress with numbers:

Main divisions of the Hospital:

The research work of Charite specialists means a lot to the development of modern medicine in a global sense. First class results in preclinical studies, clinical studies and research in the field of health care products and pharmaceuticals are achieved in laboratories. This once again confirms the positive indices of the universities merger - incredible medical technologies are developed here. For example, six months ago, a robot operator started to work. It is designed for minimal interference in the internal organs, which is under high risk of damage during traditional operations. Now it can provide a unique precision and control up to three instruments at the same time, which allows to perform the operation at a level never possible before.

In addition to traditional treatment and rehabilitation, special attention is paid to palliative care. This allows patients with chronic diseases and with minimal chance of full recovery to enjoy their life. Doctors are working to minimize pain during the remaining period. The Clinic by itself with its beautiful architecture, friendly staff and qualitative treatment contribute to successful recovery.

Charitéin Berlin Reviews by google

3.6/5 - 216 patient reviews




2 months ago

1/ 5

Dreadful non-emergency but necessary holiday care. Kann es absolut nicht empfehlen. Also insanely insanely expensive, and the doctor (after a very long wait) was openly rude.




2 months ago

2/ 5

I was hospitalised with a bout of Labyrinthitis, and ended up in hospital for 5 days. It's difficult to give an average review, as some aspects were good, but these were frankly outweighed by some really poor care.
The good: I was seen quickly, triaged almost immediately and stabilised, before being moved to a quiet room (no wards, just a series of rooms with just 2 beds).
The OK: The medical care seemed good - more tests than I've had after similar episodes in the UK, including one which pinpointed the problem.
The not so good: terrible communication - definitely seen as a series of symptoms to be dealt with. Also inconsistent nursing care - blood pressure tests happened as and when, and there was a half-day delay in giving me some medication because each nurse through the other had done it. Generally, a very uncaring attitude.
The terrible: the food! Honestly, the worst food I've ever eaten - didn't see a fresh vegetable for the entire time.




2 months ago

1/ 5

Go to another hospital, going here is a mistake, and it will cost you time you possibly can't afford to waste.
I had a very painful infection and was told that it was not an emergency by the front desk nurse in the Emergency Room, and that I should just go see another doctor. No one looked at me or offered to help, no glance at the infected area, no vital signs taken for fever or high blood pressure. When I asked how long the wait was, the front desk nurse asked me if I was asking how long real emergencies take and repeated that I should leave and go see a doctor. I told them I was in a lot of pain, and they gave me some Ibuprofen and said to call a doctor in the morning. I shuffled out of there defeated.
I ended up leaving and calling a more specialized doctor in the morning (I am glad I did). Within 2 minutes of seeing me this doctor sent me straight to another hospital for emergency surgery for the infection so it would not spread into my bloodstream. The doctor I saw knew that I was in a lot of pain and that it was serious, they cared, Charite did not.
Hospitals are supposed to help and care for people, this is to me their most core reason for being. Charite hospital failed immensely in doing so. I left feeling worse than when I arrived, not to mention in a more dangerous situation than before.
Take care of yourself and please avoid this hospital.

Try Franziskus-Krankenhaus, their staff is incredibly helpful and caring.




a month ago

4/ 5

I had to visit the emergency during the weekend since I was scared I may have a serious health problem and did not want to wait for weeks for an appointment and was told I shouldn't have gone to the emergency but rather should have visited a doctor, which was not said in a friendly manner by the doctor... anyway the staff may not be friendly but the hospital is clean. There was a long waiting line and some people have been complaining to be waiting since 5 hours, but of course it dependa on the specialist you want/need to see...




4 months ago

1/ 5

Really disappointing. Today I have visited emergency ward for my leg swelling issue, and when everything was done (doctor checkup n all), I have asked lady nurse for wheelchair upto exit gate as i could not walk and she just refused it with arrogance. Doctor told me not to move my foot for 2 days and that nurse asked me to walk on the same foot. Never seen such an arrogance. Go here if you really dont have any other option.




5 months ago

3/ 5

I had a scratch in my eye during our trip to Berlin. It was early in the morning when we went to the hospital. The security guard we first saw said we should go to the emergency room even though it wasn't really an emergency. Then when we went there they said I need an eye doctor and would need to go somewhere else. I understand it wasn't an emergency but it wasn't efficient for them or us. But they were nice enough to print out the directions to the other doctor. I don't know uf it would be my fist choice if I was sick in Berlin again.




5 months ago

1/ 5

My gf couldn't hold anything in and was passing out regurlary...they just let her walk out of there in the same condition without any help whatsoever. Back in the waiting room where I needed to wait I had to help her when she passed out again. They took her again to a separate room. A half hour later the exact same thing happened. I understand staff is busy saving life's. but this is just ridiculous ...never were we treated this worse in a hospital




9 months ago

1/ 5

Such a waste of time. Took my 12 year old daughter in to see if she has an abdominal hernia. Waited 2.5 hours. Dr. wanted to test for UTI. Test came back clean. She said, "I don't know why you are having pain. Don't eat any sweets or heavy foods." I specifically asked her to check for a hernia, and she told me that she would not call for an ultrasound because she did not think it was a hernia. Are you kidding me? Such a waste.




a year ago

2/ 5

I am pregnant since 12 weeks. On Saturday evening, I started losing a bit of brown blood. My doctor told me when this happens, come to me right away, but well saturday evening. After checking many blogs, I decide to just call the Charite to know if I should go or not. I was told to come right away, so I did. They made me wait 2 hours to tell me that next time I should not come because it is not an emergency. When I told them that I was told to come, they explained that their personnel is not qualified to know what is an emergency and what is not. Well How should I know if not even them are able to tell me?



4/ 5

I can't judge from the perspective of a patient, but as a (non-medical) student at the university, I always liked coming here for interdisciplinary seminars and similar events. The architecture is really impressive and I always felt like going back in time a bit.




a year ago

1/ 5

in 2005 I came to Charite' at the beginning of a very serious illness, in the immunology department, I was diagnosed with Epstein Barr, then I was told that my treatment of choice was psychotherapy (?! ahem, say again? isn't the treatment of choice against viruses something like an antiviral?) then the doctor proceeded to inform me that if I dared to ask for disability and take advantage of the country (I was just visiting!) he would personally persecute me, his words. I was young then, so I didn't really complain or anything, and left the country.
Last week in 2016 after a bad accident that left me in great pain, I made the mistake of going to first help at Charite'. First the doctor said "you look too nice to be really in pain" (!), then accidentally he learned about my previous experience with multiple viruses, which "do not exist" (!) and again I was referred to a psychiatrist. On passing I mentioned that I was successfully doing acupuncture for the pain and he said "here we don't believe in negative vibrations" (?!) I don't need to comment. He also asked in a threatening way if I wanted to move to Germany because of their healthcare, implying that I wanted to take advantage of the system. And by the way, he prescribed me the more pernicious drugs ever for pain, even if according to him I was just a crazy person who needed a psychiatrist. Does not compute. If I am not mistaken that guy's name, who clearly was not any kind of doctor, especially not the neurologist he said he was, is Thomas Liman.
In any case, if you suffer from EPV or Lyme or possibly a lot of other horrifying illnesses that are not as visible as a broken leg, be warned that at Charite' "they don't believe in them", and the hospital's policy seems to consist in sending bouncers to scare foreigners out of moving to Germany. This was my experience, and my advice is to do your best to pick a different hospital.




a year ago

5/ 5

I am here today and is the best hospital.
Dr.med Muller the Oberarzt in Orthopedic Clinic at Charity hospital was very nice.
The nurse was very polite too.
Everything and everyone excellent




a year ago

1/ 5

My daughter was taken suddenly ill in Berlin about a year ago, we suspect somebody spiked her drink, luckily her boyfriend was with her and able to get an ambulance called.

Then it all went downhill....

First the ambulance staff simply ignored her boyfriend, despite being the de facto next of kin, wouldn't let him accompany her, wouldn't tell him where they were taking her.

So he spent all night trying to find out where she was.

She, when she woke up next morning, found herself..in corridor, next to the toilets...

Her notes said she should have been on half hourly observation but wasnt looked at after initial arrival.

She , then, realising she was going to have to find her own way, got zero cooperation from the staff, and was only intercepted by a doctor as she was leaving , still with an IV in her harm.

So, still disorientated and still feeling not very well, in a city she had only been in for a few days, unfamiliar with the area this hospital was in, had to navigate on foot by the location of the sun until she could find somewhere she was familiar with and get back to the hotel.

She says she liked Berlin, but if she goes back to Germany she is going to carry the full 3rd world medivac insurance.




a year ago

5/ 5

Fifty years ago in this hospital was admited my father. Qualified equipe of doctors and a very good nurse service




3 years ago

3/ 5

Hi, I'd like to say that they probably try their best, but unless you are dying don't use the Emergency service if you can go to a general doctor. Apparently it's the hospital number 1 in Germany right now but I haven't had the chance to witness such a wonder today.




a month ago

1/ 5

(Translated by Google) All standards are violated. Since each hospital is better. For people who suffer want a perfect place! No competent sustainable patient care. Chronic staff overload on the shoulders of Patiennten! Hygiene is not completely perfect.

(Original) Alle Standards werden verletzt. Da ist jedes Hospital besser. Für Menschen die Leiden wollen ein perfekter Ort! Keine kompetente nachhaltige Patientenversorgung. Chronische Personalüberlastung auf den Schultern der Patiennten! Hygiene nicht lückenlos perfekt.




a month ago

1/ 5

(Translated by Google) The emergency room or emergency room is an ABSOLUTE disaster. seen to occur after 5 hours of waiting in pain and REPEATED futile question of a possibility nor a doctor. Rounding out the picture yet of inept and unfriendly staff. If I had my way, there would be no star.

(Original) Die Notaufnahme bzw. Rettungsstelle ist eine ABSOLUTE Katastrophe. Nach über 5 Stunden Wartezeit mit Schmerzen und WIEDERHOLTER vergeblicher Frage nach einer Möglichkeit zu liegen noch keinen Arzt gesehen. Abgerundet wird das Bild noch von unfähigem und unfreundlichem Personal. Wenn es nach mir ginge, gäbe es gar keinen Stern.




4 weeks ago

4/ 5

(Translated by Google) The doctors are knowledgeable and go to great lengths. The same applies to the nursing staff. However, you realize that the health care system money and additional staff is missing. Food was very good!

(Original) Die Ärzte sind kompetent und geben sich große Mühe. Gleiches gilt für das Pflegepersonal. Man merkt jedoch, dass dem Gesundheitssystem Geld und zusätzliches Personal fehlt. Essen war sehr gut!




3 months ago

2/ 5

(Translated by Google) Emergency delivery room, first question: "What are you doing here, that it is not their desired birth hospital?" Me: "I thought I drive just to the next emergency." Well, now we know about and all readers well. Come only if they give birth would also, otherwise you just keep going.

(Original) Notaufnahme Kreissaal, erste Frage "Was machen sie hier, dass ist doch gar nicht ihr gewünschtes Geburtskrankenhaus?" Ich: "Ich dachte ich fahre einfach zum nächsten Notdienst". Gut jetzt wissen wir Bescheid und alle Leser auch. Kommen Sie nur wenn sie auch hier Gebären würden, ansonsten fahren Sie einfach weiter.




in the last week

1/ 5

(Translated by Google) Over 5 hours of waiting in the emergency room!
Unacceptable. No information from the staff, Vending Machine broken and if you connect his phone to a power outlet in the waiting area after the waiting period, you will buggered by security personnel that this was not allowed.
If the doctors were so fast ... times
And that in Germany's most famous hospital.

(Original) Über 5 Stunden Wartezeit in der NOTaufnahme! Inakzeptabel. Keine Auskunft vom Personal, Snackautomat kaputt und wenn man nach der Wartezeit sein Handy an einer Steckdose im Wartebereich anschließt, wird man vom Sicherheitspersonal angeschissen, dass dies nicht erlaubt sei.
Wenn die Ärzte mal so schnell wären...
Und dass in Deutschlands bekanntestem Krankenhaus.




a month ago

5/ 5

(Translated by Google) Very modern bed house just awesome, from the patient care do I rate anything because I only as a tourist to look at there was

(Original) Sehr modernes Bettenhaus einfach beeindruckend, von der Patientenversorgung kann ich nichts bewerten, da ich nur als Tourist zum anschauen dort war




2 months ago

1/ 5

(Translated by Google) The medical consultation should take place 10 am, now it is 13:20. At Station 115 A (Neurosurgery) is again not a doctor. draw last week for yarns was the wait for a doctor 3.5 hours despite Termin.Die patient has after surgery or circulation problems and is in the waiting area on the floor on her jacket. Welcome to the Berliner edge medicine. P.S. .: The nurses here are very nice despite the excessive demand

(Original) Das Arztgespräch sollte 10 Uhr stattfinden, inzwischen ist es 13.20 Uhr. Auf Station 115 A (Neurochirurgie) ist mal wieder kein Arzt. Vergangene Woche zum Fäden ziehen betrug die Wartezeit auf einen Arzt 3,5 Stunden, trotz Termin.Die Patientin hat nach der OP noch Kreislaufprobleme und liegt im Wartebereich auf dem Fußboden auf ihrer Jacke. Willkommen in der Berliner Spitzenmedizin. P.S.: Die Schwestern hier sind trotz der Überforderung sehr nett




3 weeks ago

1/ 5

(Translated by Google) Das schlechte Krankenhaus wo ich war.
It is a disaster. After three days with chest pain I show up at the hospital. I atendienden me complaining that I have a cold and should go to my doctor (it was Saturday and we were two days of bridge). To my complaint that I am wrong oscultan over clothes less than three seconds: ".. Lungen Du kannst dich frei bei der alles ist eine Apotheke besorgen is Erkältung"
On Monday I went to the doctor, could not breathe well: A horrible bronchitis with fever, 7 Minimum days off and complete rest. The lungs are completely swollen.

(Original) Das schlechte Krankenhaus wo ich war.
Es un desastre. Después de tres días con dolor en el pecho me presento en el hospital. Me atendienden quejándose de que estoy resfriada y debería ir a mi médico de cabecera (era SÁBADO y veníamos de dos días de puente). Ante mi queja de que me encuentro mal me oscultan por encima de la ropa menos de tres segundos: "Lungen frei. Du kannst dich alles bei der Apotheke besorgen. Es ist eine Erkältung"
El lunes fui al médico de cabecera, no podía respirar bien: Una bronquitis horrible con fiebre, 7 días mínimos de baja y reposo absoluto. Los pulmones están completamente inflamados.




4 months ago

5/ 5

(Translated by Google) Very competent, polite and patient are always striving to make as comfortable as possible.
Have seen many doctors through because of my hip dysplasia but here everything has voted from consulting to after care.
great
Stay that way.

(Original) Sehr kompetent, höflich und sind immer bemüht dem Patienten so angenehm wie möglich zu machen.
Habe schon viele Ärzte durch wegen meiner hüftdysplasie doch hier hat alles gestimmt von der Beratung bis zur nach Betreuung.
Super
Bleibt so.




a month ago

1/ 5

(Translated by Google) Unable properly draw blood at the first time for further investigations will be informed by telephone that you want to come again and then gets on the application said it would take another new referral. Really annoying when man is, movement restricted.

(Original) Unfähig beim erstenmal richtig Blut abzunehmen für die weiteren Untersuchungen, wird dann telefonisch informiert das man nochmal vorbeikommen möchte und bekommt dann an der Anmeldung gesagt man bräuchte wieder ein neuen Überweisung Schein. Echt nervig wenn mann bewegungs eingeschränkt ist.




a month ago

2/ 5

(Translated by Google) OK, do not have in the emergency beaten 12 (!) have to wait hours, the sick were already admitted person with a RTW is.

In the waiting rooms absolute chaos, from the permanently homeless people zuschwadronieren without even a security should tell the men that you can possibly go after the treatment by the ...
Closely followed by the lack of knowledge how many patients now face a turn coming or what the next steps are.
All in all, really not really suitable for "fast" help ....

A star plus there but nevertheless, because if you get caught by a specialist (this is so all 4 to 6 hours before) this fit and friendly.

(Original) Geht so überhaupt nicht, haben in der Notfallaufnahme geschlagene 12 (!) Stunden warten müssen, wobei die Kranke Person schon mit einem RTW eingeliefert wurden ist.

In den Warteräumen herrscht das absolute Chaos, angefangen bei Obdachlosen die permanent die Leute zuschwadronieren ohne das mal eine Security den Herren sagen soll das man nach der Behandlung eventuell gehen kann ...
Dich gefolgt von dem Unwissen wie viele Patienten nun vor einen dran kommen oder was die nächsten Schritte sind.
Alles in allem wirklich nicht wirklich für "schnelle" Hilfe geeignet....

Einen Stern plus gibt es allerdings dennoch, denn wenn man mal einen Facharzt erwischt (das kommt so aller 4 bis 6 Stunden vor) ist dieser Fit und Freundlich.




2 months ago

4/ 5

(Translated by Google) Something massive medicine, it seems. Some say so, the other way. But the terrain is very nice and has a lively historical development behind it. Important doctors, as Virchow, Koch, Behring, Sauerbruch et al have worked here and achieved significant progress in medicine. The new bed tower block was overdue, the old one was quite dilapidated.

(Original) Etwas massenhafte Medizin, scheint mir. Die einen sagen so, die anderen so. Aber das Gelände ist schon sehr schön und hat eine lebhafte historische Entwicklung hinter sich. Wichtige Ärzte, wie Virchow, Koch, Behring, Sauerbruch u.a. haben hier gewirkt und wesentliche Fortschritte in der Medizin erreicht. Das neue Bettenhochhaus war überfällig, das alte war schon recht marode.

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Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Charité is the most famous university hospital in the whole Europe which was founded yet in 1710. The majority of patients choosing treatment in Germany prefer this clinic because of its high popularity and good reviews. International patients are not a priority for Charité, so patients from other countries should be prepared for long terms of application processing and absence of foreign patients reception service.
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Neurology
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Rating of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin on the basis of 2 reviews patients

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4 /5  - «Good»

The patient was treated of glaucoma

2 December 2014

Very attentive doctors, and sympathetic atmosphere))) My Ophthalmologist is just great, he worries about me as I am his daughter))) I can call any time and he will always explain everything))) I'm very, very happy!!! Good luck to you in choosing the clinic and the doctor who will help you to achieve the desired result!!! I was diagnosed and my glaucoma cured very quickly and professionally))) Thanks to the Charite Clinic very much!

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4 /5  - «Good»

The patient was treated of multiple sclerosis

2 December 2014

I really liked it. The doctor was polite, caring, she spoon-fed information to me and my husband and simplified everything for us. My husband has multiple sclerosis. Unfortunately we couldn’t find the right treatment at home and had to go abroad. The trip was difficult for us even though we are over 60 years old. The clinic looks presentable. Everything is clean and tidy. The staff is friendly and polite; the doctors are attentive ad responsive. Doctors always have much work because there are a lot of patients at the hospital.But they treated us with much understanding. Thank you. There was no discomfort during the treatment. Everything went great!

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