Fresenius Group Overview

Fresenius Helios

Fresenius Helios is one of the largest and most medically-advanced operators of both in- and outpatient care in Europe.

Fresenius Helios is Europe’s leading private hospital operator, with approximately 110,000 employees. Together with Quirónsalud in Spain, Helios Kliniken in Germany is part of the holding Helios Health. Every year about 21 million patients choose Helios for medical treatment. In 2019, the company’s sales totaled €9.2 billion.

Helios Germany operates 89 acute care hospitals, 128 outpatient clinics, six prevention centers and treats approximately 5.6 million patients annually, of whom 4.4 million are outpatients. With 73,000 employees, Helios generated sales of approximately €6 billion in 2019. Helios is a partner in the "Wir für Gesundheit" hospital network. Helios Germany is headquartered in Berlin.

Quirónsalud operates 51 hospitals, 71 outpatient centers and around 300 occupational risk prevention centers, and treats approximately 15.4 million patients annually, of whom 14.6 million are outpatients. Quirónsalud has around 37,500 employees, and generated sales of more than €3 billion in 2019. 

Fresenius Helios is committed to the highest quality clinical and nursing care. In addition to providing first-class medical care, Helios and Quirónsalud make important contributions to the advancement of medicine. This benefits patients, who can rely on Fresenius Helios hospitals for superior, state-of-the-art treatment and diagnostic procedures

Helios: We are commited to your health

Our focus is people: Every year about 21 million patients choose Helios for medical treatment.

Key figures (IFRS)

 

 € in millions

2019

2018

Growth

Sales

9,234

8,993

+ 3 %

EBIT

1,015

1,052

- 4 %

Net income

670

686

- 2 %

Operating cash flow

683

554

+ 23 %

Investments

693

501

+ 38 %

Employees (December 31)

106,377

100,144

+ 6 %

 

  • Some figures adjusted for special items
  • Net income = Net income attributable to shareholders of Fresenius Helios