Clinical Centre of Serbia

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University Clinical Centre of Serbia
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Polyclinic of the University Clinical Centre of Serbia
Clinical Centre of Serbia
Geography
LocationPasterova 2, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Coordinates 44°47′53″N20°27′24″E / 44.798176°N 20.456760°E / 44.798176; 20.456760 Coordinates: 44°47′53″N20°27′24″E / 44.798176°N 20.456760°E / 44.798176; 20.456760
Organisation
Funding Public hospital
Type Public
Academic Medical Center
Affiliated university University of Belgrade
Services
Emergency department Yes
Beds3,150 (2017) [1]
Helipad No
History
Opened1 January 1983;38 years ago (1983-01-01)
Links
Website www.kcs.ac.rs
Lists Hospitals in Serbia

The University Clinical Centre of Serbia (Serbian : Универзитетски клинички центар Србије; abbr. УKЦС / UKCS) is an academic health science centre located in Belgrade, Serbia. It serves as the main medical centre for both Belgrade and the rest of Serbia.

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Organization

It contains 41 organisational units, of which 23 are clinics, 9 centers, polyclinic and other service units. [2] The complex also houses the Belgrade School of Medicine and the Medical High School. Clinical Centre spreads over 34 hectares on the territory of Savski Venac, and it consists of about 50 buildings, with a total floor space of 280,000 square meters (3,113,000 square ft). [2]

The University Clinical Centre of Serbia has 3,150 beds, [1] considered to be the highest number in Europe, [3] and among highest in the world. [4] Annually, around one million patients are treated, 90,000 hospitalized, over 50,000 surgeries performed, and more than 7,000 childbirths performed. [2] As of June 2019, the health centre has 7,386 employees. [5]

In August 2018, the President of Serbia announced that the Government of Serbia is investing 110 million euros in complex' facilities reconstruction from 2018 to 2022. [6]

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