Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål
|Oslo University Hospital|
View of helipad outside the ER
|Affiliated university||University of Oslo|
|Emergency department||Yes, Level I trauma center|
Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål (Norwegian: Oslo universitetssykehus, Ullevål), formerly Ullevål University Hospital (Norwegian: Ullevål universitetssykehus) in Oslo, Norway is one of the four main campuses of Oslo University Hospital. It was opened in 1887, and was an independent hospital owned by Oslo municipality and then by the state until it became part of Oslo University Hospital in 2009. It is the largest hospital in Norway.
Oslo Heliport, Ullevål (ICAO: ENUH) is a helipad with a 30.55 meters (100.2 ft) diameter located on the top of a parking garage. It has a walkway to the emergency department. The helipad features a fuel tank.
- Journal of the Oslo City Hospitals, 37, Oslo, Norway, 1987, retrieved 22 November 2013,
September 5. 1887 the first patient was admitted to Ullevål Hospital which was planned and constructed as a hospital for epidemic diseases for the City of Oslo.
- "Landingsforhold ved sykehus" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Norwegian Air Ambulance. p. 27. Retrieved 28 November 2014.
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