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.
The last major move into the new hospital building at Karolinska University Hospital is now completed
Karolinska University Hospital began commissioning of the new hospital building in Solna, Stockholm in November 2016. The final move on 28th October represents the last in the plan for 2018 and marks the full commissioning of the new hospital building. Cooperation between the hospitals in Stockholm has been a key factor in successfully completing the entire move project - one of the largest in the history of Stockhoms county council.
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 heal
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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Cancer in the third generation
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Investigation started on reported discrimination at Karolinska University Hospital
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Reduced need for blood with new liver
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Editor: Vanessa Ware