Oslo University Hospital has been caring for patients since 1887. The highly specialised hospital boasts state-of-the-art facilities and is one of the largest and most well-regarded hospitals in Europe. In addition to standard patient care and treatments, Oslo University Hospital oversees important research programs and clinical trials. The hospital is also an important teaching facility for medical students at Oslo University.
In total, the hospital employees more than 20,000 staff working across 14 medical divisions. The director’s office occupies a handsome historic building with a honey-coloured façade and copper-domed clock tower. Within the hospital, you’ll find an excellent range of public facilities, including a cafeteria and convenience shop.
Oslo University Hospital features four campuses located across the city. Ullevål is the largest campus and is located a 10-minute drive from the Oslo city centre. The hospital is just steps from Ullevål Sykehus tram stop and Oslo Airport is a 45-minute drive away.