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Niebuhrstrasse 76, Berlin, 10629, Germany
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neonatal icu?

by fogwolf

My wife and I are traveling to Berlin from the U.S. soon and she is far enough into her pregnancy that the doctor has told us to find a hospital there with a neonatal intensive-care unit just in case. I've tried searching online and have turned up nothing. Figured I'd try here in case someone works in a hospital or health care or possibly someone else who was in a similar situation was able to find one and could let us know. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

Re: neonatal icu?

by Turtleshell

Charité has a couple of neonatal intensiv-care units:

Charite Campus Virchow klinikum
Augustenburger Platz 1
13353 Berlin

Charité Campus Benjamin Franklin
Klingsortstraße (next to Botanical Garden in the borough of Steglitz)

And the "original", venerable Charité Campus Mitte
not far from Friedrichstraße.

Re: neonatal icu?

by Turtleshell

Some links

Hospital (general information, English):
http://www.charite.de

Neonatal care (German):
http://geburtsmedizin.charite.de/

Re: neonatal icu?

by Turtleshell

Another one:

Vivantes Klinikum Neukölln
Rudower Str. 48
12351 Berlin
http://www.geburtshilfe-berlin.de

Re: neonatal icu?

by fogwolf

Thanks so much!!!!!

Re: neonatal icu?

by Turtleshell

Always. And good luck. :-)

Re: neonatal icu?

by ricky52

Germany has one of the best health care programs in Europe.
I don’t think it will matter too much, where ever you end up you can be assured of top quality health care.

Good luck, relax and enjoy your stay.

Re: neonatal icu?

by fogwolf

Well, this is something actually very specific and not a concern about Berlin hospitals in general. If my wife gave birth while we're there she would be 3 months early and we would definitely need a neonatal intensive-care unit, not something every hospital necessarily has, regardless of how good the rest of their care or units are.

Re: neonatal icu?

by gazstrong

Sorry to butt into this forum but im curious why your wife would need to worry about this so early into pregnancy. The reason im curious is that my wife is also pregnant and we will be travelling from the UK to the USA on holiday this summer when she is six months pregnant. We have sought advice from the airline and from her doctor and midwife and have been told theres absolutely no problem travelling at this time.

Re: neonatal icu?

by Turtleshell

I'm not sure if you speak some German or if a clerk at your hotel can arrange an appointment for you, but you can visit the delivery room beforehand if you want. The ICU would be next door.

The number of the respective unit at Charité Campus Mitte (were your wive will likely end up, as its very centrally located) is 450564236 (fixed line from within Berlin).
They ask to call them during weekends or in the evening hours.

Hey, imagine that: your son or daughter could claim "I'm a Berliner" :D

Again: Good luck.

Re: neonatal icu?

by fogwolf

It's really unlikely, but our OB told us that at the point at which we'll be traveling it's *possible*, even if unlikely, for my wife to go into labor, and to be safe we should find a hospital with a neonatal ICU, since the baby would definitely need that if she were born that early.

Re: neonatal icu?

by fogwolf

You have been so helpful - this helps put our minds at ease. Thanks again!

Travel Tips for Berlin

Berlin Tiergarten

by TinyTuck

This part of the city belonged to West Berlin and ends with the Brandenburg Gate. It is dominated by and named after a huge park called "Tiergaten" ("animal park" - there are no animals though - ok, squirrels maybe), which is the largest one of the city. Sights in this area:
- Governmental are (Regierungsviertel) with the Reichstag
- Siegessäule (Column of Victory)
- Bellevue Castle
- Haus der Kulturen der Welt (House of the world's cultures)
- Tiergarten park

Don't be Surprised by Breakfast

by JourneyOf1

This is more for the average American or British traveler to Berlin gleaned from a number of friends who have visited. At breakfast, after a night of intense activity, they were looking forward to a large breakfast and were surprised by the buffet that was offered at the hostel they were staying at. It consisted of sliced meats and cheeses, bread, hard rolls, mueslix, juices and jams, milk and tea. They were appalled though I thought it was quite generous.

"Where are the scrambled eggs and sausages, the fried potatoes and biscuits?!" they exclaimed outraged, causing heads to turn in mild curiousity.

"In downtown Anytown, USA? I don't know." I replied with a smile.

Most breakfast here consists of rolls or bread, maybe some cheese and sliced tomatoes. Something on the lighter side along with tea. Sure you can go places like a nice Irish Pub, Oscar Wilde's Bar, for example, and have a hearty breakfast of the heavy, greasy variety, but in general for Berliners (lol) its light.

Oberbaumbrücke

by barryg23

Of all the bridges I saw crossing the Spree, the Oberbaumbrücke was the most impressive. The bridge connects the districts of Friedrichshain in the east of the city to Kreuzberg to the west.

From 1963 to 1989, while the city was divided, Oberbaumbrücke was closed to traffic. It was officially part of East Berlin and used as a pedestrian border crossing for west Berliners.

There are great views of the bridge from the East-Side Gallery to the north or from the banks of the Spree to the south.

Centrally Located and Busy Most Times

by JourneyOf1 about Europa Center

(Rewriting this tip...9 Juni 2006!)

Centrally located nearby the Kaiser Wilheim Memorial, between Wittenberg and Zoologischer Garten Bahnhofs, with well-known streets Ku'damm, Tauentzienstraße, Budapester, and Breitscheidplatz / Rankestrasse. It's an excellent meeting place for friends, and draws tourist and visitors from all over the world and Germany as well, like bees to honey. It's more expensive than other places in Berlin, but if you are just visiting, why not?

From Tegel airport to the city centre

by SandiMandi

The easiest way to get to your hotel from Tegel airport is taking a bus. Buses TXL, X9 and 109 run frequently from the airport to the central parts of the town.
TXL goes to Alexanderplatz in the east, X9 and 109 to the Zoologischer Garten in the west.
A single ticket cost 2,10 € (March 2008), but it's better to buy a 1-day ticket or a Berlin Welcome Card for 48 or 72 hours depending on your stay as you most likely will use public transportation during your visit in Berlin. In the airport there are several ticket machines which are easy to use or you can buy your ticket at the BVG counter.

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