Clinic of Neurology

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Henner Endowment Fund

Henner Endowment Fund was established in 2007 and named after prof. Kamil Henner. Just as Professor Henner has endeavored to develop neurology and hence the neurology clinic in his life, the aim of the Henner Endowment Fund is to support projects aimed at developing education, providing support for scientific research and development, and supporting medical activities in neurology and related medicine Clinic of the First Faculty of Medicine and General Teaching Hospital in Prague.

Another aim of the fund is to ensure the renewal and development of the departments of the Neurological Clinic. It is also very important to provide effective support for the participation of students and pedagogical and research workers in educational and scientific symposia, congresses and courses. and abroad.

The Henner Endowment Fund also intends to support cultural and social activities related to higher education, thus supporting professional staff in their further education. All this should then help them to gain valuable knowledge and contacts, which they will subsequently apply in their further scientific activities.

Have we helped you and would you like to contribute to the operation and improvement of the quality of patient care in our emergency room?

Help improve patient care at our clinic! Support HENNER FOUNDATION FUND:
Kateřinská 468/30, 121 08 Prague 2, Czech Republic
Banking Institute: ČSOB, as
Account number: 220063054/0300

Even a small contribution can help to improve the equipment of the department (eg anti-decubitus beds, infusion chairs) and to improve the care of our neurological patients (purchase of modern medical equipment, education of young doctors, etc.)


The oldest part of the clinic is the church of Sv. Catherine, whose Gothic building was built at the time of the foundation of Charles IV. The original building was only a slim prismatic tower, which forms the facade of today's church.

The architects of the main baroque building with semicircular cross arms from 1737-1741 were Kilian Ignác Dientzenhofer and František Maxmilián Kaňka. Stucco Bernard Spinetti and sculptor František Weis participated in the interior decoration. The ceiling fresco was created by Václav Vavřinec Reiner.

The former convent building and large garden are a protected cultural monument of Prague. Within the former convent and later German psychiatry, thanks to academic Kamil Henner, a Neurological Clinic was established in 1945, which is still in operation today.

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