Phone number: +49 7071 29-0
E-mail address: email@example.com
University Hospital Tübingen
Institute identification code: IK 260 840 108
Tax No.: 86156/09402
VAT ID: DE 146 889 674
The University Hospital of Tübingen is represented by the board of directors of the clinic.
Chairman of the Board of the University Hospital Tübingen
Members of the Management Board
- Prof. Dr. med. Michael Bamberg
Chief Medical Director and Chairman of the Executive Board
- Dipl.-Volkswirtin Gabriele Sonntag
Commercial Director and Vice-Chairwoman of the Executive Board
- Prof. Dr. med. Karl-Ulrich Bartz-Schmidt
Deputy Representative Executive Medical Director
- Prof. Dr. Bernd Pichler
Dean of the Faculty of Medicine
- Dipl.-Kfm. Klaus Tischler
Director of Nursing
- Ulrich Steinbach
Ministerial Director, Ministry of Science Baden-Württemberg
Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the University Hospital Tübingen
The following links lead to the relevant chambers and the professional law of the employees of the clinic.
Insofar as other professions within the meaning of § 5 Para. 1 No. 5 Telemedia Act individually offer or provide tele- or media services within the scope of their profession, this is noted in the respective offer. This also applies to professional titles that were not awarded in Germany.
The University Hospital of Tübingen would like to thank all photographers who have kindly granted us permission to use their photographs on the website of the University Hospital and Faculty and to give their consent to all persons depicted who have been so kind as to allow us to do so.
Barrierefreiheit und Gender
When designing the pages of the University Hospital and the Faculty of Medicine, the focus was placed in particular on the clear and distinct structuring of the information, high-contrast labelling of the texts and the navigation and operating elements. In the semantics of HTML there is a strict separation of content, structure and design. When using headings, attention is paid to a meaningful structure.
Font size adjustment
The font size can be adjusted to the personal needs of the user by using the key combination Ctrl+ (increase) and Ctrl- (decrease). With CTRL 0 you get back to the original size. Our website has been tested on various browsers and older browser versions.
Optimized for mobile devices
For mobile devices such as tablet PCs and smartphones we offer an adapted display. All contents of the normal web presence are also visible on these devices. In addition, we offer smartphone users that displayed phone numbers can be selected and called directly and selected e-mail addresses are automatically transferred to the address field of a new e-mail window.
Optimized for screen readers
Our site has been programmed so that the screen reader recognizes the site's page structure. Navigation is therefore barrier-free and without using the mouse, only possible with the keyboard. Links and forms are also marked as such. Screenreaders belong to the special output devices that enable blind people in particular to navigate through a website. With the help of the screen reader, all content can be read out to the user via a loudspeaker.
Status of compatibility with the requirements
The websites are not yet fully compatible with the directives of the European Parliament and the Council on barrier-free access to the websites and mobile applications of public bodies (2016/2102). The incompatibilities and not yet barrier-free content are listed below.
- PDF documents could not yet be converted to a barrier-free format.
- There are currently no subtitles or transcriptions available for embedded videos.
- Graphics or pictures contained in the pages are currently not yet completely supplemented by text descriptions.
Please inform us if any barriers arise for you on our pages. We will try to remove them.
Please tell us the web address of the affected site and send us an e-mail to
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For good readability: We use the shorter male form.
We want a website that is easy to read. Especially in the www the texts live from brevity - online readers like to grasp everything at a glance. That's why we decided to use the shorter male form. So when we write patients, we always mean patients. This is in no way intended to be discrimination.
Design and implementation of the website
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