St. Antonius-Krankenhaus Bottrop
St. Antonius-Krankenhaus in Bottrop-Kirchhellen is a member of Katholische Kliniken Emscher-Lippe GmbH, a group of Catholic clinics belonging to the Catholic service partnership KERN Katholische Einrichtungen Ruhrgebiet Nord GmbH.
Opened in 1908, the hospital has over the years provided a constantly changing range of medical services. In 1983, the Psychiatric Clinic moved in, initially along with other specialist units. The aim then was to offer patients treatment close in their home area. The historical background for the establishment of the Psychiatric Clinic was the psychiatric survey Psychiatrie-Enquete conducted in 1975. With the increasing specialisation of units at St. Antonius-Krankenhaus, the Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Clinic is now the only one to work closely with its sister clinic at Elisabeth-Krankenhaus and with all of the specialist units of St. Augustinus Gelsenkirchen GmbH.
Located amid beautiful countryside on the northern edge of the Ruhr region and yet in the middle of the pretty town centre of Bottrop-Kirchhellen, St. Antonius-Krankenhaus maintains the Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Clinic with 120 places, a psychiatric day clinic with 20 treatment places and also a psychiatric outpatients department. This ensures the provision of modern, cross-sectoral treatment.
Day in, day out, we devote our extensive medical and nursing skills and knowledge to ensuring the well-being of patients in the following medical units
Important information for patients
A stay in hospital is often a difficult situation for patients and their family. And it is precisely for that reason that we would like to make your stay at St. Antonius-Krankenhaus as pleasant as possible by offering you a variety of services. On the following pages, you will find special information relating to your stay at St. Antonius-Krankenhaus. We have put together a checklist for you detailing the documents you need to bring with you.
Important information for visitors
A visit from family and friends is of great importance to patients. That’s why visitors are always very welcome. However, since our patients also need plenty of peace and quiet to aid their recovery, we kindly ask you to visit only during the set visiting hours. Please ask ward staff for details of visiting hours, which vary from ward to ward.
Information about changes in visiting hours due to Covid-19
In an emergency:
In a psychiatric emergency, we are the 24/7 responders responsible for providing the necessary care for people from the towns of Gladbeck and Bottrop.
In a psychiatric emergency, please call the emergency fire and rescue services (telephone number: 112) in your town, Gladbeck or Bottrop. In an emergency, they will bring you or your relative in to the hospital.
Directions and Parking facilitiesOur hospital is easy to reach on public transport and by car. Further information is provided below, including a Google map that you can use to plan your route. How to get here.
Any questions? Give us a call – we’ll be happy to help!
Information switchboard: +49 2045 891-0
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Telephone: +49 209 172-54670