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Information about Oldenburg
Medical Specialists in Oldenburg
Medical specialists and specialty clinics in Oldenburg recommended by senior consultants in Germany can be found in the Leading Medicine Guide. You can find experts in Oldenburg to treat your illness and you may contact them directly.
The University town of Oldenburg
The University town of Oldenburg is located in the Oldenburg district in the western part of Lower Saxony and has a population of about 162,000 making it the fourth largest city in Lower Saxony after Hannover, Braunschweig and Osnabruck. With a total area of 103 square kilometres the average population density of Oldenburg is 1575 residents per square kilometre.
The former residence or the capital of the county, the Duchy, the Grand Duchy and the Free State Oldenburg is today a major regional centre in the state of Lower Saxony and is also the administrative, economic and cultural centre of the north-western region of Lower Saxony. Moreover, since 2005, Oldenburg, Bremen and parts of Lower Saxony have formed the European Metropolitan Region of Bremen-Oldenburg. Currently almost 11,000 students are registered at the Carl von Ossietzky University in Oldenburg, which was founded in 1973.
Oldenburg as a healthcare location
The healthcare location of Oldenburg has three hospitals including the Pius Hospital, the Evangelic Hospital and the Oldenburg Hospital which together have a total of 1560 hospital beds. 584 doctors and 1394 nursing provide inpatient medical treatment to almost 66,600 patients every year. Besides, there are about 400 doctors and 136 dentists operating independent practices in Oldenburg. The Leading Medicine Guide shows you a selection of doctors and clinics that are ranked among the medical practitioners or specialty clinics in Oldenburg.