Haukeland University Hospital
|Haukeland University Hospital|
|Bergen Hospital Trust|
|Location||Haukeland, Bergen,, Hordaland, Norway|
|Hospital type||University hospital|
|Lists||Hospitals in Norway|
Haukeland University Hospital is a hospital in Bergen, Norway, and one of the 11 institutions that form the Bergen Hospital Trust. The hospital is the largest in Norway in terms of number of patients, and serves as the local hospital of Bergen, Midthordland and Nordhordland, the central hospital of Hordaland county, and the regional hospital of Hordaland, Rogaland and Sogn og Fjordane counties.
The general area of the hospital is approx. 200 000 m2 and the main building (Sentralblokken)is approx. 125 000 m2.
They have a co-operation with the university of Bergen, including the Gades Institute of Pathology.
The Hospital is the greatest employer in Hordaland, in terms of number of employees.
Haukeland is a national special hospital and resource center for Burn injuries, air-pressure injuries (diving), Cornea-protesises and treatment of intercranial tumors.
- SAMDATA: Somatikk sektorrapport 2005 – Sammenligningsdata for den somatiske spesialisthelsetjenesten 2005. Rapport 1/06. SINTEF Helse, Trondheim.
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