Hirslanden Hospital Aarau

Aarau, Switzerland


Department of Oncology


Christos Kolotas

Dr. med.

Christos Kolotas

Specialized in: oncology

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2006   Belegarzt Hirslanden Klinik Aarau

2003 – 2006   Oberarzt I, Klinik für Radioonkologie, Inselspital Bern

1995   Facharzt für Strahlentherapie

1993 – 2002   Oberarzt, Strahlenklinik Offenbach

1991 – 1992   Institut für Diagnostische und Radiologie, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf

1990 – 1991   Bettenstation der Klinik für Strahlentherapie und Radioonkologie, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf

1989 – 1993   Klinik für Strahlentherapie und Radioonkologie, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf

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https://www.hirslanden.ch/content/global/de/startseite/gesundheit_medizin/mediathek_bibliothek/fachartikel/verschiedenes/maligne_tumoren_mundhoehle/_jcr_content/download/file.res/Maligne%20Tumoren%20in%20der%20Mundh%c3%b6hle%20ein%20Update%2010.01.2014%20HAM.pdf

The tumour centre is the oncological competence centre (tumour illnesses) at the Hirslanden Klinik Aarau. The specialists and experts at the Tumour Centre provide both out-patients and in-patients with top-quality specialist care for malignant tumours. Our well-integrated team of doctors, specially trained oncological nursing staff, MTRAs, psycho-oncologists, physiotherapists, dieticians and pastors provide both you and your family with competent and integral care.

The Tumour Centre combines the fields of Medical Oncology and Radiotherapy in a way which is unique in Switzerland. The intensive cooperation with diagnostic doctors and tumour surgeons, both on a daily basis and in the regular tumour boards, and the coordination of therapy with family doctors ensure that patients receive the best possible interdisciplinary care for all tumour-related diseases.

The Tumour Centre is directed by Dr. Christian von Briel, an FMH-certified specialist in radio-oncology and Dr. Razvan Popescu, an FMH-certified specialist in oncology-haematology, who together run the common out-patient department in the Medical Centre. This cooperation ensures additional comfort and smooth multidisciplinary care for out-patients. Oncology patients are often treated using both forms of therapy one after another or with a combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

This cooperation is already clear to patients during admission: the reception, waiting area and laboratories are operated on a common basis. The very patient-friendly rooms are light and cosy. Electronic patient files provide a common oncological patient history for both medical oncology and radio-oncology – a novelty in Switzerland which creates synergies and ensures minimum administrative expenditure and maximum care for the patients.

24-hour emergency service
The Tumour Centre provides a 24-hour emergency service.

 




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