German Centre for Urology and Phalloplasty Surgery Darmstadt
The German Centre for Urology and Phalloplasty Surgery Darmstadt is an advanced highly specialized medical facility, which provides patients with highly competent medical care of outstanding quality. The center is part of the International Network for Urogenital Reconstructive Surgery(UGRS) located in Germany and Spain. The surgeons of this network follow uniform standards, and also regularly have rotations in the centers that are members of this network. The specialists have performed more than 30,000 operations over their entire clinical practice, which helped to restore men's health to patients and thereby ensure a decent quality of life.
The center in Darmstadt is proud of its long tradition and outstanding success in penile surgery. The medical institution is one of the few in Europe and around the world, which has been accumulating experience in highly specialized surgical interventions over the years. Such operations are often not available in conventional Urologic Clinics, which mostly focus on the treatment of life-threatening and chronic urologic pathologies, but not on the correction of the size or shape of the penis. The success of the center’s clinical practice is confirmed by the ever-growing number of patients who come to Germany even from such distant and developed countries as Japan and Australia.
In addition to high-tech medical infrastructure, the center offers patients the services of the best specialists in the field of urogenital reconstructive surgery. A prerequisite for the treatment of each patient is the participation in the therapeutic process of the chief surgeon of the center. Certainly, patients receive care not only from surgeons, but also from a large number of assistant doctors, nurses, attendants, etc.
Due attention is paid to patient counseling. On average, a consultation lasts about an hour. During the consultations, the patient receives detailed information on the course of the surgical intervention and recommendations for care in the postoperative period.
Thus, the center has all the necessary competencies to achieve an excellent treatment result for sensitive urological problems. A pleasant bonus for the patient will be a calm and friendly atmosphere, compassionate care and understanding of his needs and wishes.
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The patients of the German Centre for Urology and Phalloplasty Surgery Darmstadt live in comfortable patient rooms made in modern design. The room is equipped with an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet, as well as with everything necessary for a comfortable stay in the clinic during treatment. The windows of the patient rooms in the center offer the views of the beautiful cityscapes of Darmstadt and the Artists' Colony in Mathildenhöhe.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the center are offered healthy and tasty three meals a day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. If for some reason you do not eat all foods, you will be offered an individual menu.
Standard rooms include:
Darmstadt is a city in Germany located in the southern part of the state of Hesse. In 1997, Darmstadt received the official status of the "City of Sciences". This was facilitated by numerous academic institutions, among which are the Technical University of Darmstadt, the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, the Evangelical Higher School of Darmstadt, the Institute of Music, the Institute of Jazz, the Center for Heavy Ion Research, etc.
Despite the fact that after the Second World War, most of the architectural beauties of the city were not preserved in the original, Darmstadt attracts a huge number of tourists who come here from all over the world. The first place worth visiting is the Darmstadt Palace. To the south of the city, on the northern Mount Langenberg, one can see the Frankenstein Castle, which was built in the 17th century and after many years still preserves many unique architectural features. Today, everyone can not only admire the facade of the castle, but also take a walk along its spacious halls and corridors. Moreover, the castle is surrounded by a large beautiful garden.
An equally interesting place for excursions is the Artists' Colony in Darmstadt. It is a complex of architectural monuments of German Art Nouveau, most of which were designed and built by Joseph Olbrich. A visit to the Rosenhöhe Park (an English park of the 19th century) with its rose gardens, meadows, an orchard and a collection of rare species of trees will also be a great delight.
The St. Mary Magdalene's Church is one of the most famous religious attractions in the city. Its construction dates back to the 19th century. The beautiful church attracts not only with its magnificent appearance, but also with religious artifacts hidden within its walls. Here one can see many old icons and other interior items that have preserved in the church since its opening.
Thus, Darmstadt offers a lot of options for a pleasant pastime and acquaintance with German national character.