The Klinikum Konstanz hospital is steeped in history as one of Germany's oldest communal hospitals. The hospital foundation dates back to 1225.
It has since become a modern hospital and serves the entire region in cooperation with regional hospitals, offering all specialty areas of medicine.
The P 10 ward, the main specialist department for oral and maxillofacial surgery at Klinikum Konstanz, is located in the hospital's newly renovated rooms on level F.
The ward is furnished with more than 25 beds for patients who are age 16 and above, consisting mainly of one and two-bed rooms. The neighbouring disciplines of ENT and ophthalmology are also found on the same level. These related specialities make up the Head Centre (Kopfzentrum) at the hospital.
Beds are provided for our younger patients in wards P 17 and P 18 in the paediatrics clinic.