Professor, Doctor of medical Sciences Hans Martin Hoffmeister
Professor Hoffmeister became head of the important Department of Internal Medicine at the Solingen Hospital 20 years ago, on September 1, 2001. Since then, the status of cardiology not only in the hospital, but also in the public consciousness has been further expanded and strengthened.
As a result of his medical vocation, Prof. Dr. Hoffmeister initially benefited his patients above all in his professional life. Cardiovascular diseases continue to be the most frequent cause of death in Germany and, according to the Robert Koch Institute, account for a total of 40 percent of all deaths.
As chief physician, Prof. Dr. Hoffmeister attached great importance to keeping the equipment of the clinic up to date. The presence of two cardiac catheter laboratories allows for rapid emergency cardiac catheter examinations in the event of a heart attack.
Dr. med. Dr. Paul Gerhard Berg - a Leading doctor
Dr. med. Dr. Erich Anton Laufer - senior physician
Dr. med. Dr. Stefan Slicer - Leading doctor
Thomas Schmidt is a Leading doctor
Malta Rossius - Leading doctor
Margaret, Edelstein - Leading doctor
Allian Alankus - Medical assistant
Dr. med. B. Eleanor, Deelman - Medical assistant
Dr. med. Vanessa B. Engel - assistant Physician
Fabian Friedel - Medical assistant
Enamel Hashemi - assistant Physician
Dr. med. Dr. Christoph Hillebrandt - Medical assistant
Julia John - Medical assistant
Hussam Kabbah - Medical assistant
Dr. med. Anton Kozlov, MD - Physician assistant
Khaled Nooruddin - Medical assistant
Kulhad Majid - Medical assistant
Aslam money Cetinkaya - Medical assistant
Dr. med. B. Marie Therese Mene - Medical assistant
Maliankara Pathmanathan - Medical assistant
Elizabeth Sophie Sykes - Medical assistant
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