Sunday, November 20, 2005

About the Charite Medical School.

Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

The Charite Medical school and university hospital of the Berlin Humboldt University with three campuses: “Campus Mitte”, “Campus Virchow-Klinikum”, and “Campus Berlin Buch”. This facility is not to be confused with the Charite Artificial Replacement Disc, the subject of controversey and litigation and currently being investigated by Bagolie Friedman Injury Lawyers.

The largest university hospital in Europe, with 2,307 beds in 49 clinics, treating roughly 100,000 inpatients and 250,000 outpatients per year with support from 26 theoretical institutes. An employer of 9,384 people, including 2,120 scientists. Educational facility for 4,905 students in human medicine and dentistry, nursing education and nursing science and medical physics. A large business enterprise using state-of-the-art data processing and management technology in medicine and administration. It has a total budget of 1.3 billion marks, 0.88 billion of which goes directly to patient care. A medical complex with three campuses: “Campus Virchow- Klinikum”, completed in 1998 and one of the most modern university hospitals in Europe; “Campus Mitte”, Germany’s oldest medical treatment facility still located on its original site; and “Campus Buch”, which provides the link to a large national research facility. The only medical school in Europe whose name is both a virtue and a mission: charity. Charite