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On the morning of January 26th, the team of four from Gloryren drove in the rain for one and a half hours to Halle which is 130 kilometers away to visit Prof. Kobbe. He is the Medical Director of the BG Klinikum Bergmannstrost Halle and also the Head of the Department for Accident and Reconstructive Surgery in the Department of Orthopedics, Accident and Reconstructive Surgery ( DOUW ) at the University Hospital Halle (Saale). Looking from the outside, the hospital is antique and grand, just like a medieval castle. But when we walked in, all we saw were bright, modern, and in order. Knowing our purpose, the staff at the information counter led us personally to the office of Prof. Kobbe. At 1:00 p.m., Prof. Kobbe met us on time and invited the Deputy Director of the department, Prof. Mendel, to join us for the meeting. Prof. Kobbe told us that Innovation Hub Musculoskeletal Surgery Halle (MCH) jointly founded by this hospital and the University Hospital Halle (Saale) will be put into use in April 2024.The lab will be equipped with the most advanced technologies and equipment such as computer-based modeling and simulation, AR, VR, and machine learning (neural networks). The hospital will also offer accommodation for doctoral students and visiting fellows recommended by Gloryren. After the meeting, Prof. Kobbe and Prof. Mendel showed us around the hospital. We visited one of the two helipads of the hospital first. There are 63 rescue helicopter bases in total in Germany. According to the law in Germany, the helicopter should arrive at the spot to transfer patients within 17 minutes of an accident. Later, they showed us the rehabilitation hall, the rehabilitation pool, the Shock Room, the CT room, the MR room, the Burn Center, etc. The hospital was founded in 1894, and 2024 marks the 130th anniversary of it. It used to be a miners' sanatorium, making it the second oldest trauma specialized hospital in Germany. The BGs is the member institutions of German Social Accident Insurance(DGUV). It has nine trauma specialized hospitals in Germany, all of which are certified as national trauma centers. These hospitals have developed specialties central to trauma surgery. The BG Klinikum Bergmannstrost Halle has Burn Injury Center, Center for Spinal Cord Injury, Early Rehabilitation Center, Neurocenter, Center for Septic Surgery , etc. It has 600 beds and 1600 staff, with about 14,400 surgeries and over 36,000 outpatients annually. And every year its helicopters transport more than 120 polytrauma patients with an ISS score over 16. The work we do is the answer to our life.


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