At Aleris in Aarhus you will receive professional help. Our hospital is staffed by some of the country’s leading specialists.
We offer diagnosis and treatment in almost any area. Our team of skilled doctors works closely together in order to find the best treatment for you.
Patient’s needs first
At Aleris Hospitals our team of medical experts takes the time to listen and understand your health issues and concerns. You receive thorough medical tests and physician consultations in just a few days. This means a diagnosis comes fast, and treatments, including surgery ,can be scheduled quickly. We take care of you during the entire course of treatment.
How to find us
It is easy to get to Aleris Aarhus by car.
From the highway E45, turn onto Djurslands highway and take exit 20 towards Skejby. If you are driving from Grenå, then take exit 19. Continue along Randersvej to the first traffic light and turn right on Brendstrupgårdsvej. Follow the road to the first traffic light and drive a bit past it. Then turn into the first road on your left into our car park.
If necessary, you can also use a GPS by entering the following address: Brendstrupgårdsvej 21, 8200 Aarhus N.
There is a car park at Aleris Aarhus. Your car must be parked in a parking space with the Aleris sign, and your parking ticket must be visible on the windshield. If you do not have a P-ticket, you can pick one up from our reception on the 1st floor. If there are no more Aleris parking spaces available, you can park in the other available parking spaces, but you need to pay the parking ticket yourself.
Take bus 2A towards AUH Skejby via Kalkærparken at Park Allé/Cityhall and get off the bus at Aarhus Universitetshospital Skejby indgang E/F. Then walk 6 minutes to Brendstrupgårdsvej 21, 8200 Aarhus N.
You can also take 6A towards Risskov to Olof Palmes Alle, then walk 5 minutes.
The easiest way is to get to Aarhus station is by train, and then take the tramway L2 to Olof Palmes Alle and walk 5 minutes. Otherwise, take the bus as explained above.