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German Heart Center Munich

German Heart Center Munich

Munich, Germany

The German Heart Center Munich is a specialized medical facility for treating cardiovascular diseases in patients of all ages that combines long traditions, unique experience, and the highest level of competence among doctors. The center began its work in 1972 and, during that time, became the etalon Heart Center at the international level. In addition, the center became the first specialized cardiological medical facility in Europe.

The center's highly professional team of doctors effectively treats heart pathologies, including coronary artery and heart valve diseases, heart defects in adults and children, heart rhythm disturbances, and other cardiovascular pathologies. The specialists carry out conservative treatment, perform low-traumatic interventional procedures, minimally invasive surgeries, and the most complex open interventions. The center has state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to comprehensively examine the heart and develop an optimal treatment regimen.

The integration of all related fields required for making an accurate diagnosis and providing comprehensive and effective therapy for cardiovascular pathologies within a single center is the fundamental principle of successful clinical activities. The center is subordinate to the Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences, Research and the Arts. In addition, the medical facility operates on the basis of the Hospital of Munich Technical University, which provides access to the very latest advances in cardiology and cardiac surgery.

The center's medical team believes that its primary purpose is the provision of optimal cardiological and cardiac surgical care to children, adolescents, and adults in accordance with advanced medical knowledge, as well as the introduction into clinical practice of their own innovative developments and achievements of their partners.

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Department of Cardiac Surgery

Rüdiger Lange Prof. Dr. med.

Department of Cardiology

Heribert Schunkert Prof. Dr. med.


Patients rooms

The patients of the German Heart Center Munich live in single and double patient rooms with a modern design. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet. The standard room furnishings include a comfortable and automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe for storing clothes, a TV, and a radio. The phone is not available in all patient rooms, but the center has a telephone set that can be used at any time. The center also offers free access to Wi-Fi. The pediatric departments have patient rooms designed for the accommodation of young patients with one of their parents, as well as modern playrooms.

Meals and Menus

The patients undergoing their treatment in the center are offered three tasty and varied meals a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If, for some reason, you do not eat all the food, you will be offered an individual menu. 

The center also houses a cafeteria where one can have a snack or enjoy hot and cold drinks. The range also includes newspapers, magazines, and items for everyday needs.

Further details

Standard rooms include:


Accompanying person

Your accompanying person may stay with you in your patient room or at the hotel of your choice during the inpatient program.


You may stay at the hotel of your choice during the outpatient program. Our managers will support you for selecting the best option.


Munich is the capital of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany. It is picturesquely located in the foothills of the Alps, on the banks of the Isar River. Its architecture combines elements of Dutch, French, and Italian styles. The city holds the richest museum collections. It also holds famous music and theater festivals. In addition, Munich has the largest university in Germany, the Bavarian Academy of Sciences, the Academy of Fine Arts, the Music Academy, and many other outstanding places, which give the city a special cultural value.

Hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over the world visit Munich each year not only to enjoy a variety of sights, such as architectural and historical monuments and museums, but also to taste the world's best and most famous Bavarian beer. By the way, Munich houses private breweries that have been supplying their products to the legendary Oktoberfest for almost two centuries.

The downtown center can be called the old Marienplatz Square. The Old City Hall and the New Neo-Gothic City Hall are located nearby. Among the main attractions of the city are the Nymphenburg Palace, St. Peter’s Church, St. Michael’s Church, the legendary Allianz Arena, and the modern Art Gallery. Of particular interest to tourists is the Cathedral of the Holy Virgin, which was built in the 15th century in the Gothic style. The two towers of this magnificent cathedral are the symbols of the city. Every tourist should also definitely visit the Asam Church, which, according to modern architects, is the best European building in the Baroque style. In addition, the capital of Bavaria is considered to be the city of museums. The Glyptothek, the Old, and New Pinakothek are the most beautiful of these, where unique and priceless exhibits are housed. They were built during the reign of Ludwig I of Bavaria.

Two hours south of Munich, in the Alpine foothills, one can visit the world's most famous castle, Neuschwanstein. Here, under incomprehensible circumstances, Ludwig II died, and now the castle offers a musical about his life. Three more castles associated with the life of this mysterious Bavarian king are located nearby.