The Charité Berlin extends over four campuses. The nearby location Campus Charité Mitte is only a stone’s throw away from Berlin Central Station.
The 300-year history of the Charité begins in 1710 as a quarantine facility for plague victims outside Berlin’s city limits. In 1727, it was first extended to a military hospital, then converted into an educational training centre and got named “Charité”.
Today, the Charité is one of the largest university hospitals in Europe. The doctors and scientists do research, heal and teach at four locations here in Berlin. The Campus Benjamin Franklin, which in 2003 fused with the Charité, is located in the southwest of Berlin.
In the north of the capital, the Campus Berlin Buch is located, where the Charité operates a translational clinical research among others. The Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum (Virchow-Clinical Centre) is in the northwest of the city, and trains the students of the Humboldt-University of Berlin to become physicians, as the other three campuses do.
The fourth campus is the Campus Charité Mitte and has its location in close proximity to the hotel CALMA Berlin Mitte. Either, you walk about 15 minutes to Charité or you ride one stop by underground or take the bus for 5 minutes.
You arrive at the area of the Campus Charité Mitte and you will find various clinic centres and institutes, research facilities, the Ambulante Gesundheitszentrum (Outpatient Health Centre), the Deutsche Rheuma-Forschungszentrum (German Rheumatism Research Centre), as well as, inter alia, the faculty board.
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