The patients’ rooms in the HELIOS Clinic Hattingen are barrier-free and equipped with shower and toilet, telephone at each patient's bed, and radio and television with satellite reception and international channels.  

Meals can be taken in the wards or in the comfortably furnished patients’ dining room, which is also a meeting place for patients. A healthy and varied diet is offered. All forms of dietary foods, such as light, weight-reduction and whole foods, as well as vegetarian and Halaal dishes, are available. A nutritionist/dietician will gladly support our patients. The cafeteria in the entrance foyer is bathed in light and entices you to linger, while regular events complete the leisure activities. In addition, patients and their relatives can use the clinic's spacious swimming pool in their leisure time.

For patients who do not want to miss out on particular comfort while in the HELIOS Clinic Hattingen, we offer our individual ward with hotel-standard accommodation. This includes:

Comfortable room

  • furnished in the elegant HELIOS comfortable design
  • electrical fully-adjustable bed
  • high-quality bathroom with walk-in shower, hair dryer, and cosmetic mirror
  • terry towelling bathrobes, shower and hand towels
  • cosmetic bag with body care products
  • balcony
  • personal care by our individual option manager and individual service assistant


  • telephone and flat-screen TV, free of charge
  • DVD/CD-player
  • free use of fax machine
  • free WIFI internet access and, if required, with loaned notebook
  • choice of daily newspaper and television magazine
  • library of bestsellers 
  • writing set for your correspondence

Culinary delights

  • extended breakfast
  • choice of lunch menus 
  • coffee and cake on a daily basis
  • extended dinner - on request
  • daily fresh fruit buffet in the lounge
  • coffee and tea specialities throughout the day
  • minibar stocked with soft drinks of your choice
  • lounge

Range of services/indications of the HELIOS Clinic Hattingen:

Follow-up treatments / follow-up rehabilitation measures of phases B/C plus, C and D after hospitalisation (stationary)

Rehabilitation measures (phases C to D) (stationary)


The medical-rehabilitative range of services includes the following diseases:

  • Skull and brain injuries 
  • Bleeding of the brain due to an aneurysm, subarachnoid haemorrhage
  • Spontaneous cerebral haemorrhage caused, for example, by high blood pressure or vascular malformations (cavernoma, arteriovenous fistula, angiom)
  • Benign and malignant neoplasms of the brain, the spinal cord and the peripheral nerves (e.g. metastases, astrocytoma, glioblastoma, meningeom, ependymoma, medulloblastoma) 
  • Strokes, brain damage due to circulatory problems (cerebral infarction) or by a global reduction of the oxygen supply to the brain (hypoxia) 
  • Diseases of the spine, taking particular account of the lesions of the spinal cord (paraplegic syndrome), the nerve roots, and peripheral neurological failures (slipped disc, spinal stenosis, tumours, bleeding, accidents)
  • Malformations of the brain or spinal cord (hydrocephalus, syringomyelia, meningocele)
  • Injuries of the peripheral nerves
  • Neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's Disease, and other extrapyramidal disorders, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  • Inflammatory and immunological diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS), polyneuropathy

In childhood and adolescence, the range of services is extended by the following diseases: 

  • Congenital neurological or disorders acquired in early childhood or brain damage 
  • Conditions after premature birth 
  • Neuromuscular diseases 
  • Developmental disorders of differing etiology or unclear genesis 
  • Epilepsy
  • Inflammatory diseases of the nervous system
  • Malformations of the central nervous system
  • Large-scale burns
  • Movement disorders in infantile cerebral palsy (ICP)

Indications for neurological rehab phases

Phase B/C plus: 
The treatment period in which the possible intensive care treatments are still paramount 

Phase C: 
The treatment period in which patients can already participate in the therapy, but when they still have to receive curative medicine and a high level of nursing 

Phase D: 
The treatment period in which patients still have to be taken care of therapeutically and nursed such that outpatient medical care, including ambulatory therapeutic measures, are inadequate


  • HELIOS International Office Lutherplatz 40
    47805 Krefeld (Düsseldorf)
    Phone +49 30 68 323 885 Fax +49 21 51 32 1908