Karolinska University Hospital
Karolinska University Hospital is one of Europe’s premier health facilities. Together with the world-respected Karolinska Institutet, we lead in development and medical break-throughs.
View this film presentation of Karolinska University Hospital – one of the largest university hospitals in Europe. Patients come to Karolinska from all over Sweden and from other countries. We receive 1.35 million patient visits each year.
The world's first photon-counting computed tomography in clinical use
The world's first clinically approved photon-counting computed tomography (CT) scanner has been put into operation at Karolinska in Huddinge. The technology improves image quality to such an extent that the radiation dose in many cases can be halved.
Margrét gives Icelandic patients security
Karolinska is a highly specialised hospital and the sole provider of several treatment methods in several areas. This is why many international patients are admitted to the hospital every year. Those from Iceland, thanks to our much appreciated cooperation, are particularly well looked after.
Karolinska University Hospital offer highly advanced medical care, knowledge transfer and cooperation within clinical research and innovation.
State-of-the-art with Advanced Care
Karolinskas new hospital building in Solna is key component for highly specialized health care
Research and Education
Karolinska University Hospital conducts leading clinical research and education in close collaboration with Karolinska Institutet and other universities.
Innovation and Development
Karolinska works strategically with innovations and partnerships to shape the best possible health care for the patients of tomorrow.
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Karolinska, first in Sweden with simultaneous MRI and cardiac catheterisation
During the autumn, a new examination to diagnose heart disease has been initiated at Karolinska. The examination combines cardiac catheterisation with magnetic resonance imaging ...
Karolinska is one of only three hospitals anywhere in the world to introduce a new framing system for use in Gamma-Knife treatment for patients with brain disease
The Department of Neurosurgery at Karolinska University Hospital is one of just three centres worldwide that are first to use a new frame developed for in Gamma-Knife treatment. ...
The world’s first silicon-based photon-counting computed tomography (CT) is being tested at Karolinska University Hospital
Innovative Swedish technology from KTH Royal Institute of Technology is being tested in a clinical research environment at Bioclinicum at Karolinska University Hospital. Better ...
Editor: Susanne Bergqvist