Helios Hospital München West
The Helios Hospital, Munich West is a 24-hour center for competent, modern emergency medicine. Its facilities include emergency cardiac catheterisation facilities, a stroke and chest pain unit, a certified bowel center, a hybrid operating room and a state-of-the-art radiological department. In addition to outstanding medical and nursing care, we place great importance on creating a pleasant environment for our patients because we know that comfortable surroundings aid a rapid recovery. Altogether our 10 specialist departments have a capacity of over 400 beds. As an accredited teaching hospital for LMU Munich, the Helios Hospital, Munich West is committed to the practical training of students and residents.
- Bowel Center
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Multimodal pain management
- Palliative Care Unit
Helios Hospital München West Provides the following medical departments
- Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology
- Ear, Nose & Throat
- Emergency Room
- Internal Medicine I
- Internal Medicine II
- Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology
- Surgical Clinic
- Vascular Surgery
We want your stay with us to be a comfortable one, so we place great importance not only on first-class medical and nursing care but also on the amenities and services needed to make your time at the hospital as pleasant as possible.
Arriving by Car
The Helios Hospital, Munich West is located in the western part of Bavaria’s capital city and can be easily reached via the highways A8, A96 and A99. You can park your car in the garage right outside the hospital.
Arrival by Train and Public Transport
The hospital is likewise easily accessible by train/public transport. Munich-Pasing Station, an important interchange for local, regional and intercity trains is within walking distance. Most regional and intercity trains – including several trains towards Augsburg, light rail (S-Bahn) lines to Buchloe and Tutzing, and Alex trains (privately run) to Lindau and Oberstdorf – stop at Pasing Station.
Arrival by Plane
Munich’s Franz Josef Strauß Airport (MUC) is one of the largest air traffic hubs in Europe. It can be reached by car in just under 40 minutes. You should allow approximately 90 minutes to make the journey by public transport.
Memmingen Airport (FMM) is located approximately 100 km away.
Optional amenities include
- luxuriously appointed superior and premium rooms with one or two beds
- generous bathroom facilities
- a well-kept lounge area with a fully automated coffee machine and buffet service
- varied range of additional options at every mealtime (as long as your medical team has not prescribed a particular diet), fruit plates and specialty cakes
Comforts and Services:
- Toiletry bag, dressing gown, towels and slippers
- Fresh towels as necessary
- Bed linen changed regularly
- Daily newspapers: on request we can provide you with regional and national papers.
- Collection and delivery service
Should you have any additional requests during your stay, please contact our service personnel
Toll-free in Russia +8 800 600 63 44
Your Request will be processed by our partner DMU for Helios
Read more about our Cooperation
- Head office: +49 211 7817 444 0
Deutsche Medizinische Union on behalf of helios
Close to the mountains and home to the Frauenkirche cathedral, Oktoberfest, Bayern Munich, the BMW plant and museum, the Englischer Garten (English Garden), museums and palaces, Munich has many faces. 1.47 million people live in the city on the Isar. After Berlin it is one of the most popular city break destinations in Germany. Bavaria's capital city is divided into 25 districts. The Helios Hospital, Munich West is located in the western district of Pasing.
The Helios Hospital has a long history going back to a shelter and hospital that opened on the left bank of the Isar in 1884 and was later known as Pasing District Hospital before taking on its current name.
The Pasing area is popular with families. Very green and homey, it is also modern and urban. It is a microcosm of the many contrasts exhibited by Munich as a whole: metropolis and oasis, tradition and modernity, domesticity and worldliness.
Pasing has been an important transport interchange since the nineteenth century, and the saying “from France to Istanbul via Pasing” still applies today. Even long-distance express trains stop here; each day 85,000 travelers arrive at Bavaria’s fourth largest station.
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