The BDH-Klinik Greifswald is the treatment centre for paraplegics and the priority centre for the treatment of severe cranium and brain damage in Mecklenburg - Vorpommern. It also provides neurological early rehabilitation and continuative rehabilitation as well as follow-up curative treatment and medical-occupational rehabilitation.
Outpatient rehabilitation is housed in its own day clinic. The BDH-Klinik Greifswald has a therapeutic outpatient department, is a research Institute associated with the Ernst Moritz Arndt University, and works in a co-operation network with the Ernst Moritz Arndt University, the Vocational Training Institute in Greifswald, and the Occupational
Advancement Institute in Stralsund.
The BDH-Klinik Greifswald is a modern special hospital, opened in 1998, for early neurological rehabilitation and rehabilitation of cranium- and brain-damage and paraplegic patients. It is located on the grounds of the Ernst Moritz Arndt University in Greifswald, with which it has medical-occupational rehabilitation are carried out. It is a member of an association of 5 hospitals in Germany with a similar specialisation.