Healthcare and good hospitals and clinics

Austria provides one of the best health care facilities in the world. And access to medical services is considered to be perfect in international terms. The high rates of cost increases in recent years. And how competence for various parts of the health care system. 

Hospitals and Clinics in Austria

Austrians enjoy an excellent standard of care. Foreigners from around the world have been traveling to Austria for many years. To access advanced medical treatments and services.
Austrian hospitals are known all over the world for efficiency and affordable prices. Hospital standards are considered one of the largest in Europe. Also waiting times are comparatively low and emergency procedures are very quick to resolve.

Take look here!! List of good hospitals.

1 Allgemeines Krankenhaus der Stadt Wien – Medizinischer Universitätscampus 91.27% Wien
2 Landeskrankenhaus Universitätskliniken Innsbruck 87.49% Innsbruck
3 Landeskrankenhaus – Universitätsklinikum Graz 81.11% Graz
4 Landeskrankenhaus Salzburg – Universitätsklinikum der PMU 79.62% Salzburg
5 Ordensklinikum Linz Elisabethinen 78.98% Linz
6 Linz Kepler Universitätsklinikum 78.74% Linz
7 Österreichische Gesundheitskasse – Mein Hanusch-Krankenhaus 77.83% Wien
8 Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Schwestern Wien 76.68% Wien
9 Landesklinikum Wiener Neustadt 76.48% Wiener Neustadt
10 Krankenhaus St. Vinzenz Zams 76.46% Zams
11 Kardinal Schwarzenberg Klinikum 76.33% Schwarzach im Pongau
12 St. Josef-Krankenhaus 76.10% Wien
13 Klinikum Wels-Grieskirchen 76.00% Wels
14 KRAGES – Landeskrankenhaus Oberpullendorf 75.95% Oberpullendorf
15 Klinikum – Klagenfurt am Wörthersee 75.60% Klagenfurt am Wörthersee
16 Ordensklinikum Linz Barmherzige Schwestern 75.37% Linz
17 KRAGES – Landeskrankenhaus Güssing 75.12% Güssing
18 Landesklinikum Klosterneuburg 74.87% Klosterneuburg
19 Landesklinikum Neunkirchen 74.79% Neunkirchen
20 Wiener Gesundheitsverbund Klinik Donaustadt 73.90% Wien
21 Wiener Gesundheitsverbund – Klinik Landstraße 73.51% Wien
22 Universitätsklinikum St. Pölten 73.48% St. Pölten
23 Klinikum Rohrbach 73.44% Rohrbach in Oberösterreich
24 Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Brüder Eisenstadt 73.31% Eisenstadt
25 Salzkammergut-Klinikum 73.24% Vöcklabruck
26 Krankenhaus der Stadt Dornbirn 73.23% Dornbirn
27 Wiener Privatklinik 73.21% Wien
28 Bezirkskrankenhaus Schwaz 73.13% Schwaz

1. Allgemeines Krankenhaus der Stadt Wien – Medizinischer Universitätscampus

The general hospital for the city of Vienna, Austria, is known as the Vienna General Hospital (AKH). The Medical University of Vienna is located there, as well as the university hospital for the city. By both the number of personnel and the number of beds, it is the fifth-largest hospital in Europe.
Address: Währinger Gürtel 18-20, 1090 Wien, Austria

2. Klinikum Wels-Grieskirchen

It operates primarily in the Wels-Stadt, Wels-Land, Grieskirchen, and Eferding regions. It has locations in Wels and Grieskirchen. It offers a wide range of services from 34 medical departments, and institutes.

location Wels , Grieskirchen
Federal State Upper Austria
Country Austria
medical administration Thomas Muhr
beds 1,248

3. Kardinal Schwarzenberg Klinikum

In the Austrian market town of Schwarzach, this hospital is located. It is called the Kardinal Schwarzenberg Klinikum. Kardinal Schwarzenbergplatz 1 is the address. The Salzburg province’s Daughters of Christian Love (Sisters of Mercy) are the sponsors.
Address: Kardinal Schwarzenbergplatz 1, 5620 Schwarzach im Pongau, Austria


4. Klinikum – Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

The Klagenfurt State Hospital (LKH), is known as the Klagenfurt Clinic. It is the largest care hospital located in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, the state capital of Carinthia. The Carinthian State Hospital Operating Company is the sponsor (KABEG). It is the third largest hospital in Austria with over 1,200 beds, 62,000 inpatients, and 527,000 outpatients.
The Klinikum Klagenfurt am Wörthersee is accredited in various departments. And serves as a teaching hospital for the medical schools of Graz, Vienna, and Innsbruck (e.g. ISO 9001, EMAS, etc.). Except for transplant surgery, it provides all services that a university clinic would. It contains five institutes, six clinical services, and 25 clinical departments. 
sponsorship CABLE
location Klagenfurt am Woerthersee
Federal State Carinthia
Country Austria
coordinates 46° 37′ 57″  N , 14° 18′ 37″  ECoordinates: 46° 37′ 57″  N , 14° 18′ 37″  E|OSM
supply level maximum supply
beds around 1200


5. Linz Kepler Universitätsklinikum

In Austria’s third-largest city, there is a university hospital called Kepler Universitätsklinikum. The General Hospital of the City of Linz (AKh), now known as Med Campus III. The state’s mental hospital Wagner-Jauregg Linz is now known as Neuromed Campus. And the state women’s and children’s hospital Linz were three separate hospitals.

location Linz
Federal State Upper Austria
Country Austria
coordinates ♁ 48° 18′ 14″  N , 14° 18′ 20″  ECoordinates: 48° 18′ 14″  N , 14° 18′ 20″  E | |OSM
Management Management [2] and collegial leadership 
beds around 1,830 (as of 2019) 

Health insurance in Austria

Principle of statutory health insurance, combined with insurance of children and non-working partners. It ensures that 99% of the entire population enjoys health insurance coverage.
  • Public expenditure on healthcare (according to ESSPROS) was almost USD 30.3 billion.
  • Outpatient and inpatient care account for most (81%) of this expenditure.
  • Irrespective of their amount of health insurance contributions. Individuals covered by any of Austria’s health insurance schemes get medical care. from office-based physicians or hospitals.
Although statutory health insurance is gainful a activity. It is the scope of insurance for workers and various people. Insurance cover relates not only to direct insurers but also to family members. Roughly one-fourth of health-insured individuals are co-insured family members (e.g. children, housewives). Co-insurance is non-contributory for the following groups: 
  • children
  • individuals who care for the children or have done so for at least four years (e.g. non-working partner)
  • nursing family members and beneficiaries of long-term care benefits
  • particularly vulnerable individuals in need of social pro¬tection


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