Bernard Grosse Broermann (born 1943/44) is a German billionaire, the founder of Asklepios Kliniken, one of Germany’s three largest operators of private hospitals. It employs more than 45,000 people, and owns 150 hospitals worldwide.
He has an MBA from Harvard University and from INSEAD.
Broermann worked as an accountant and lawyer before founding Asklepios and his first hospital in 1984.
Asklepios Kliniken has moved into luxury hotels with it subsidiary, Dr. Broermann Hotels & Residences GmbH, which has bought Hotel Atlantic Kempinski in Hamburg, the Kempinski Hotel Falkenstein in Königstein, a luxury hotel and spa in the Taunus region near Frankfurt, and the Villa Rothschild Kempinski near Frankfurt.
As of November 2015, Forbes estimated his net worth at US$2.9 billion.
Broermann is married with three children and lives in Königstein, Germany.