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Welcome

Dear relatives & visitors,

Unfortunately, visits to our hospital are currently not allowed. In order to protect our patients from possible infection with the corona virus there is a general stop of visits.

Should you have any exceptions, please contact our staff at the hospital entrance. Please understand that in this case a temperature measurement is necessary.


Many thanks!

In our research hospital, we are primarily dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment and research of psychiatric diseases such as depression and anxiety disorders. It is important to us to ensure that the results of our scientific work are made available to our patients as quickly as possible. We are proud to be among the world's leading institutions. The basic research of our institute is closely linked to clinical research and the treatment of our patients. In addition to optimizing existing treatments, the findings are used to further develop new therapies.

Our research hospital is located in Schwabing between Luitpoldpark and English Garden. It consists of five wards with a total of 120 beds and 54 day-care places for 2,000 patients per year. With our research hospital, day clinics and special outpatient clinics, we are able to offer you a rapid and smooth transition from outpatient, day-care and full inpatient care.

There is still a lot of unexplored territory in psychiatry. In order to be able to treat people individually, we need to know more. This is why we combine research and treatment under the same roof, thus directly benefiting our patients.

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Doctors, psychologists, care workers and other therapists working for you as a team. more
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Our treatment portfolio
We treat our patients with a combination of gentle drug therapy and psychotherapy with as little side effects as possible. In completion, we put together an individual daily schedule consisting of various treatments such as work-related therapy, psychosocial counselling, movement therapy, dietary consultation and other approaches. more
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