Aalborg University Hospital
Aalborg University Hospital is the largest hospital in the North Denmark Region. It is also northern Jutland’s largest employer, with approximately 6,500 employees.
The hospital consists of Section South and North in Aalborg and Dronninglund Hospital. Surgical Department A in Hobro, the Eye, Nose and Throat Department and the Ophthalmology Department in Hjørring, the clinic-chemical functions in Hobro and Farsø and the dialysis section in Hjørring are also part of Aalborg University Hospital.

Aalborg University Hospital handles highly specialised regional functions for approximately 640,000 inhabitants, including parts of the Central Denmark Region, regional functions for approximately 490,000 inhabitants and basic hospital functions, except for certain elective procedures, for approximately 250,000 inhabitants.

As the region’s largest hospital, Aalborg University Hospital plays a key role in the cooperative North Denmark healthcare system, but it also stands out both domestically and internationally.