Research

The fields of cardiology and cardiac surgery very much depend on the development of new treatment methods that involve the latest in innovative medical technologies. Research and continued professional development therefore form an important part of the Brandenburg Heart Center's remit.

Researching innovative treatment concepts

We believe that an active involvement in research is a fundamental prerequisite if we are to continue to offer the latest treatment methods to our patients, if our members of staff are to keep up-to-date with developments and knowledge in their fields and if we are to play an integral part in shaping the future of our field of expertise. Research is the only way for us to remain relevant and equal partners to our colleagues from academia, and allows us to offer many of our patients an improved level of individualized care and support, as well as better monitoring and treatment.

Registries for evaluating outcomes

Registries collate anonymized data on different treatment methods (e.g. the use of stents, pacemakers and ICDs, ablation procedures, etc.) from hospitals across Germany and beyond. This allows us to compare our own performance with that of others, and ensures that we continue to produce work of the highest standard.

Research collaborations

The Brandenburg Heart Center is the leading research hospital in the Federal State of Brandenburg, and is supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and other funding bodies. The Brandenburg Heart Center collaborates with different renowned research institutions, both within Germany and abroad. We have an ongoing program of research aimed at developing new clinical procedures and regularly present our work at a large number of national and international meetings, as well as publishing our research in national and international journals. As a result, we are able to offer the latest treatment methods as well as more established ones.

Main areas of research

All of the Heart Center's research teams are committed to developing new treatment methods, and are dedicated to promoting the advancement of research within their own fields of expertise. This section will provide you with an overview of the different Departments' main areas of research. more

 

Professional memberships

Staff of the Brandenburg Heart Center are members of a wide variety of professional organizations, and are actively involved in furthering the work of these organizations. The following provides a list of some of the organizations that our staff are members of. more

 
 
 
 
 
Relevant information

Emergency numbers

  • Emergencies only:
    112
    Our Emergency Department:
    +49 3338-69 45 21

Contact person

  • Univ.-Prof. Dr. med.
    Johannes Albes
    Head of Department of Cardiac Surgery at Brandenburg Heart Center

    PA to the Head of Department Gudrun Gaal
    Immanuel Hospital Bernau Brandenburg Heart Center
    Ladeburger Str. 17
    16321 Bernau bei Berlin
    T +40 3338 694-510
    F +49 3338 694-544
    send email
    download vcard

  • Univ.-Prof. Dr. med.
    Christian Butter
    Head of the Department of Cardiology, Immanuel Hospital Bernau Brandenburg Heart Center

    PA to Head of Department Christine Meinecke
    Immanuel Hospital Bernau Brandenburg Heart Center
    Ladeburger Str. 17
    16321 Bernau bei Berlin
    T +49 3338 694-610
    F +49 3338 694-644
    send email
    download vcard

  • Dr. med.
    Georg Fritz
    Head of the Department of Anesthesiology, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Management, Immanuel Hospital Bernau Brandenburg Heart Center

    PA to the Head of Department Marion Scheibel
    Immanuel Hospital Bernau Brandenburg Heart Center
    Ladeburger Str. 17
    16321 Bernau bei Berlin
    T +49 3338 694-110
    F +49 3338 694-144
    send email
    download vcard

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