Charité hospital is one of Europe’s largest university hospitals with approximately 3,000 beds across four campuses.
The breadth and depth of medical expertise available at the 300-year-old facility is unmatched throughout Europe, owing to its strongly interdisciplinary research, teaching and medical services.
More than half of all German Nobel Prize winners in Physiology or Medicine, including Emil von Behring, Robert Koch, and Paul Ehrlich worked or studied at the institution.
Charité is known for its focus on individual patient care, personal consultations, holistic medicine, and teamwork, and boasts state-of-the art technology, highly specialized medical staff, over 100 highly qualified specialized clinics and institutes, and 17 specialized centers.
The multidisciplinary hospital’s primary fields of research focus on immunological sciences, cardiovascular and metabolic health, neuroscience, cancer treatments, regenerative therapies, and rare diseases and genetics.