The beginning

historique2In 1956, Dr. Emile Bohler, a physician specialised in general surgery and gynaecology, built his own private clinic at 104, Route d’Arlon. This facility, with a 45-bed capacity, employed 35 people.

The Clinique Bohler appeared on the Grand Duchy Hospital Plan of June 22, 1989, as a facility specialised in gynaecology and obstetrics, with a capacity at the time of 75 beds.

Until December 31, 2005, the facility was managed by the Bohler family and employed 150 people and operated with a medical team of 24 doctors (gynaecologist-obstetricians, paediatricians, anaesthetists).


historique1Following partnership agreements signed in April 2002 between the Bohler family and the Fondation François Elisabeth (FFE), the Clinique Bohler was transferred to its new facilities in Kirchberg on January 1, 2006, under new management. It maintains its own identity there, for both its medical and nursing activity and its management.

The Clinique Bohler continues to develop its activities in two distinct areas:

  • "Maternity" activities due to the creation of a Mother-Child Centre
  • "Gynaecology" due to the creation of centres of excellence (fertility treatment for couples, gynaecological surgery, Breast Centre)

Due to the synergies developed with the Kirchberg Hospital, the Clinique Bohler can now offer all the highly technical services required to treat serious illnesses (neonatology, adult intensive care, cancer-related hospitalisation), with all the organisational, technical, logistical and IT support essential to ensure a hospital of this complexity is well managed.

However, the homey and warm characteristics are maintained, and the overall care for the patient, which has always been the trademark of the private clinic, remains one of its greatest priorities.

At the end of 2006, Clinique Bohler had already recorded great success in all of its activities, thereby confirming its reputation as the benchmark woman’s clinic in the Grand-Duchy.

On March 27, 2014, the Fondation François-Elisabeth and the ZithaKlinik merged to form a new hospital group: Les Hôpitaux Robert Schuman.

Sharing the same core values, the group includes Clinique Bohler, the Hôpital Kirchberg, Clinique Sainte-Marie (former establishments of the Fondation François Elisabeth) and the ZithaKlinik.