Urology Hospital Munich-Planegg Munich
Urology Hospital Munich-Planegg Munich
According to Focus magazine, the Urology Hospital Munich-Planegg Munich ranks among the top specialized German hospitals!
The hospital was founded in 1970 by Dr. Rudolf Castringius. During this time, it became the leading provider of male health care in Germany. In addition, the hospital has the status of one of the best medical facilities specializing in the treatment of impotence in the European medical arena. The priority areas of its specialization include urologic oncology, reconstructive surgery, general urology, andrology and pediatric urology.
The medical team of the hospital consists of 120 highly professional employees and annually treats about 3,200 inpatients and more than 6,500 outpatients. The outstanding quality of medical services and patient care is regularly confirmed by internal and external audits.
The key to successful clinical practice of the medical facility is modern technical equipment for the accurate diagnostics and effective treatment of all pathologies of the urological spectrum. The surgical treatment is carried out using innovative surgical techniques and instruments (for example, da Vinci® XI HD robotic system for minimally invasive surgery), which guarantees an optimal result and rapid postoperative recovery.
All doctors and nursing staff of the hospital undergo a thorough and rigorous selection process, which makes it possible to create a team of experienced and competent health professionals.
Photo: (c) Urologiesche Klinik München - Planegg
The patients can stay in single, double and triple rooms. The patient rooms are furnished with the best possible comfort. They include an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet, wide sinks with a hairdryer, a balcony with teak wooden furniture, electrically adjustable beds, as well as the possibility of dimming the light, a refrigerator, a safe, etc. They also include a flat-screen TV with international satellite channels, as well as a radio/CD and wireless Internet.
The patients are offered a daily updated menu, hearty breakfast, coffee and sweets, as well as mineral water. Triple rooms offer a choice between two menus prepared in the private kitchen of the hospital.
Standard rooms include:
During the outpatient program, you can stay at the hotel of your choice. Our managers will help you to choose the most suitable option.
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