Klinikum Stuttgart is one of Germany´s largest modern hospitals. More than 50 clinics and institutes organized in eleven medical centers provide all specialties and a broad range of services.
Renowned specialists supported by a competent staff of 6.400 working hand in hand for the benefit of our patients guarantee state-of-the-art medicine and optimum care.Every year, about 90.000 inpatients and 500.000 outpatients are treated in Klinikum Stuttgart. Furthermore, we are extremely experienced in receiving patients from all nationalities and cultures.
The Marienhospital belongs to the Vinzenz von Paul Kliniken gGmbH; The compassionate sisters of St. Vincent de Paul in Untermarchtal are members of the association. Since its opening in 1890, a hospital with a total of 90 beds has developed in a central care hospital with nearly 800 beds. A fundamental changes took place over the decades in all medical areas. A differentiated modern diagnosis and therapy has taken place of a medical care of the old times.
As a Catholic hospital, medicine and care are oriented towards the Christian image of man; They are in the service of the sick and are not self-purposes. Ethics takes precedence over technology, man takes precedence over things and constraints. Our employees are challenged to help the sick in the spirit of the gospel in all their need and not just to meet individual needs. In concrete terms this means, for example, being sensitive to hidden need, doing his work with kindness, kindness and respect for the dignity of a patient.