The Campus brings together all of the Foundation's activities and institutions in the support area of health: the treatment of patients, biomedical research, medical and nursing education and training, and the funding of promising new ideas for better health care. This infographic shows how all of these work together.
Patient care and research. Bringing together individual departments in one place enables modern interdisciplinary treatment of patients – at university level and also for complex clinical pictures. The close integration of treatment and medical research is ideal for bringing the results of cutting-edge research quickly and directly into health care.
Education. Thanks to the campus's own education center, specialists can receive targeted training and continuing education. The findings from treatment and research are immediately incorporated into the training of medical and nursing staff at the Irmgard Bosch Learning Center.
Funding. The integrated support area – the Robert Bosch Center for Innovative Health – turns the campus into a living lab; an experimental field for ideas on what better health care could look like. As an independent, nonprofit entity, the Center also conducts projects with external partners and supports third-party projects.