Ceremonial inauguration of Karolinska's new hospital building
Karolinska University Hospital's new building in Solna for highly specialised care was officially opened on the 25th of May. In the entrance hall of the new hospital building, his ...
New department gathers expertise in brain impairment
At Karolinska's Huddinge site, there is now a department providing care for patients with dementia and acute confusion. Department gathers expertise in brain impairment Margareta ...
Karolinska University Hospital's new buildning
A film about Karolinska University Hospital's new hospital building in Solna.
Physical activity improves health when receiving cancer treatment
The results of the OptiTrain study, which is being supported by the Cancer Fund and the Cancer Research Funds of Radiumhemmet, clearly show that women with breast cancer who ...
First patient treated in the new pressure chamber
Recently the first patient was treated in the pressure chamber in the new hospital building. The chamber is equipped to function just like an intensive care unit, with enough space ...
Framework in place for the future
There is a lot happening at Karolinska Huddinge's hospital site. The framework for the new surgery and intervention building with the project name "Chopin" has gone up. We will be ...
Using AI to identify more breast cancers
Clinics and researchers are currently working to develop a method for using Artificial Intelligence, AI, in mammography screening. The aim of the project is for AI-based computer ...
New hospital building handed over in its entirety
In October, Karolinska University Hospital, took over the new hospital building in Solna in its entirety. An activation period will now begin in which the building is to be ...
The entire organisation in the new operating model
All of Karolinska University Hospital is now working as part of the new operating model. Most recently the Cancer, Inflammation and Infection, Neurological and Trauma and ...
Handing over the key to BioClinicum
Karolinska University Hospital and Stockholm County Council have now been given the key to the BioClinicum research centre.