Germany Artemed SE is located in Tutzing, Bayern, Germany and has 4,705 total employees across all of its locations. Artemed SE provides medical services in clinical care, outpatient care, emergency care and geriatric services. It is the leader of the German medical and geriatric care market which owns 16 hospitals and 6 nursing homes in Germany.
The Group's hospitals have long-term leadership in hospital rankings in Germany for their excellent clinical results and the highest patient satisfaction rate (90%). It maintains the European top level in the fields of orthopaedice, oncology, rehabilitaion, surgery, venous vascular, arterial vascular, coronary diseases, pathological diagnosis of human organs and transplantation, etc. The Group is also a leader in medical research in Germany and has published several Germany's best-selling books on hospital management. The Artemed Academy offers training courses for doctors, nurses and nursing professionals in the fields of treatment technology, advanced technology and hospital management. At the same time, the Group's specialized hospital in Munich is also the teaching hospital of the Medical School of LMU Munich. Prof. Rudolf W. Beisse, an orthopaedic specialist, is the former president of the German Spine Association.
Artemed SE is a leader in the German geriatric care market with efficient management and professional services. Currently, the Group is planning to develop a business model of "own hospital + elderly care operation" which is a model of "medical elderly care integration".
Artemed SE is also a shareholder and operator of the Munich Proton Therapy Center (RPTC), a manufacturer of medical devices for cardiovascular and other surgical procedures. As the first medical group in Germany to implement the Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs) system, it has been at the forefront of medical reform in Germany.