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Queen Fabiola Children's University Hospital

The Queen Fabiola Children's University Hospital is Belgium's only university hospital devoted entirely to medical care for children:  everything here is designed in the interests of the child and the parents. With a capacity of 183 beds, every year more than 14,000 hospitalised children are treated at the HUDERF as well as 200,000 who attend for consultations.

The Queen Fabiola Children's University Hospital provides children with comprehensive medical care, from birth to adolescence.   Every effort is made to ensure their well-being, development and fulfilment in society. As a medical and surgical hospital with more than 800 doctors, nurses and paramedical staff, the HUDERF guarantees quality care in the context of leading edge medicine that is accessible to all.    


Erasmus Hospital

Since 1977, the Erasmus Hospital has been providing general care adapted to the individual patient. With a capacity of 1,048 beds, every year it is able to care for between 25,000 and 30,000 hospitalised patients and between 350,000 and 400,000 outpatients attending for consultations. 

Also recognised as a Belgian reference centre for 12 rare diseases and a member of numerous European reference networks, the hospital is located on the Erasmus hospital and academic campus in Anderlecht. A campus it shares with the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Motor Sciences and the School of Public Health. 

Two internal centres (the Erasmus Medical Centre – EMC and the Erasmus Imedia Centre), one external polyclinic (Lothier) and two external centres (Trauma and Rehabilitation Centre – CTR and the Geriatric Rehabilitation Centre – CRG) complete the patient care facilities.

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Jules Bordet Institute

An integrated multidisciplinary centre, unique in Belgium and recognised internationally, the Jules Bordet Institute is a hospital devoted entirely to patients with cancer.   With 250 hospitalisation beds, every year 6,000 patients receive care during hospitalisation and 60,000 attend for specialised consultations.

For more than 80 years the teams at the Jules Bordet Institute have been ensuring that patients benefit from diagnostic and treatment strategies at the forefront of progress in preventing, detecting and actively combating all types of cancer. The Jules Bordet Institute is home to 1,200 professionals and carries out major research activities that every year result in major discoveries. The Institute also provides high level university teaching.