Ullevaal, Oslo University Hospital
() was opened in 1887. From January 1, 2009, the hospital is part of the Oslo University Hospital
Ullevål has more than 8,600 employees. 940 of them are doctor
and 2,400 nurses
. With a total of 1,200 beds Ullevål, admits some 45,000 patients per year and its polyclinics
have about 400,000 consultations per year. The main hospital is located near the centre of the Norwegian capital Oslo
Ullevaal University Hospital is a highly specialised hospital with many different functions. The hospital also runs many residency training programmes for different groups engaged in health care, such as doctors, nurses and medical laboratory technicians. The hospital is a level I trauma center
, servicing approximately half of Norway's population.
The Hospital is affiliated with the medical faculty of the University of Oslo
, and constitutes one the faculty's five faculty divisions (which are all hospitals in the Oslo area; the faculty additionally consists of five institutes). As such, medical research and education is an important task of Ullevål University Hospital.
The hospital is served by Ullevål sykehus
station of the Oslo Tramway
, located on the Ullevål Hageby Line
and served by trams 17 and 18.
Currently, the hospital is divided into the following divisions:
- Heart & Lung Centre
- Division of Internal Services
- Medical Division
- Orthopaedic Centre
- Pre-Hospital Division
- Psychiatric Division
- Lab/Rad Division......