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Prof. Dr. Burkhard Göke, Ärztlicher Direktor und Vorstandsvorsitzender
Joachim Prölß, Direktor für Patienten- und Pflegemanagement
Prof. Dr. Blanche Schwappach-Pignataro, Dekanin
Marya Verdel, Kaufmännische Direktorin
Umsatzsteueridentifikationsnummer: DE 218618948
Verantwortlich für den Inhalt gem. § 55 RStV:
Prof. Dr. Burkhard Göke, Ärztlicher Direktor und Vorstandsvorsitzender, Anschrift s.o.
Krankenhausaufsicht gem: § 5 HmbKHG:
Bezirksamt Hamburg Nord, Fachamt Gesundheit
Eppendorfer Landstr. 59
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