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Welcome to the Gemeinschaftsklinikum Mittelrhein,

the Gemeinschaftsklinikum Mittelrhein offers full care and medical services according to the latest and most modern methods of treatment from preventive medicine, rehabilitation and subsequent out-patient treatment to palliative medicine and an in-patient hospice.
Our facilities, located in the four towns of Koblenz, Mayen, Nastätten and Boppard, provide high quality medical care within easy reach in the “Mittelrhein” area.
In order to attain this, 15 medical departments and almost 3900 employees are at your disposal day by day. No matter whether you come to us as a patient, as a visitor or as a relative, we cordially welcome you and will do everything for your well-being in our clinic.
Last year we were able to help more than 70,000 people in Gemeinschaftsklinikum Mittelrhein’s facilities.
We offer a wide sophisticated range of medical services of high quality as well as care in the tradition of Christian values.

Welcome to Koblenz,

Koblenz is one of the oldest cities of Germany and thus has a history of more than 2,000 years. The original Latin name Confluentes (the confluenting rivers) was derived from the location of the city where the estuary of the river Mosel joins into the river Rhein at the so-called “Deutschen Eck”.

Until the year 1926 the name of the city of Koblenz was written “Coblenz”. Since 1962 Koblenz has been a city with a population of more than 100,000 and parts of Koblenz belong to the UNESCO World Heritage. Since 2002, the city with its cultural monuments has been the northern gate to the cultural landscape “Oberes Mittelrheintal”, whereas the “Niederberg Castle” has been listed on the UNESCO list as part of the Upper German-Raetian Limes since the year 2005.

In 2011 Koblenz is the venue of the first National Garden Show in Rhineland-Palatinate.

Welcome to the “Blauen Ländchen”,

The town of Nastätten was first mentioned in a document, the “Prümer Urbar” register, in the year 893. Already in (and prior to) the 16th century, the people in the Nastätten area intensively raised sheep and the cloth woven from the wool was sold at domestic markets as well as abroad as the “Nastätter Tuch”, a cloth of especially high quality.

From about 1590 onwards, the cultivation of flax became a major source of income. The flax was also used to manufacture cloth, often dyed blue. That’s where the name, “Blaues Ländchen“/Blue Countryside for the area around Nastätten, has its origin.

Welcome to the UNESCO World Heritage “Oberes Mittelrheintal”

Since 2002, the ”Obere Mittelrheintal” has belonged to the world’s most important cultural and natural heritages and thus is equally acknowledged to the likes of the Pyramids of Gizeh in Egypt, the Grand Canyon in the US or the famous Taj Mahal in India! The town of Boppard, which was first settled by the Romans, is the pulsating heart of this holiday region. Boppard is characterised by wine-growing and was first mentioned in a document in the year 643. Along with numerous festivals and historical sights (Roman 4th century castle walls, Roman Severus Church, Gothic Carmelite Church, Ancient Castle from the 14th century), wine-growing constitutes the basis for tourism.

central services

Gemeinschaftsklinikum Mittelrhein GmbH
Johannes-Müller-Straße 7
56068 Koblenz

phone +49 261 137-0

fax +49 261 137-1234


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