Gelre Hospitals

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Gelre Hospitals (Dutch: Gelre Ziekenhuizen) is a group of hospitals comprising hospitals in Apeldoorn and Zutphen, and an outpatient clinic in Lochem. As of 31 December 2006, Gelre Hospitals maintains a total of 925 beds, 115 full-time physicians (for a total of 190 physicians), and 3300 total personnel. Gelre Hospitals serves as a teaching hospital for medical residents in 12 specialties, as well as for nurses and laboratory, radiological and surgical assistants.

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Lukas (Apeldoorn)[edit]

Lukas hospital is the largest hospital in the Gelre group. It is located in the southern part of Apeldoorn (52°10′52″N 5°56′50″E / 52.18111°N 5.94722°E / 52.18111; 5.94722) and offers all common medical specialties with the exception of cardiothoracic surgery and neurosurgery. It has a 24/7 emergency department. During 2005 - 2008, it underwent major renovation and expansion, allowing all units from the Juliana site, which was closed in 2009, to move to the Lukas site.

Zutphen[edit]

The Zutphen hospital is the second largest hospital in the Gelre group. It is located in the southeastern part of Zutphen (52°7′27″N 6°13′5″E / 52.12417°N 6.21806°E / 52.12417; 6.21806) and offers all common medical specialties with the exception of cardiothoracic surgery and neurosurgery. It has a 24/7 emergency department. An out-of-hours general practitioners clinic is co-located with the emergency department. In 2011, the hospital moved to a new building. The previous building, known as Spittaal, built in 1974, was demolished in 2013.

Polikliniek Lochem (Lochem)[edit]

The outpatient clinic in Lochem (52°9′20″N 6°25′23″E / 52.15556°N 6.42306°E / 52.15556; 6.42306) offers outpatient services for most common specialties, such as cardiology and neurology, including laboratory and basic radiologic facilities.

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