MIC Hospital Berlin
The MIC Hospital Berlin positions itself as one of the best, highly specialized medical complexes for minimally invasive surgery. In recent years, this surgical technique has increasingly replaced classical open surgery because it gives patients a chance to undergo low-traumatic surgical treatment and recover from surgery as quickly as possible. The hospital began its work in 1993 and became the first specialized medical facility of this kind in Germany. As of today, doctors have more than 25 years of successful experience performing minimally invasive interventions for abdominal diseases, pathologies of the rectum, anus, and colon, morbid obesity, and certain diseases of the female and male reproductive systems. It is worth noting that the hospital is known for its unique experience in minimally invasive treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). A large number of innovative LINX Reflux Management System implantation operations are regularly performed here. They demonstrate excellent results in the fight against pathology.
In 2000, the hospital launched the world's first fully equipped OR1™ operating room with centralized control and monitoring systems for minimally invasive interventions. As of November 1999, the hospital performed about 1,400 minimally invasive interventions annually, and now this figure has increased to more than 7,000 operations per year. At the same time, according to the results of a nationwide patient survey, the hospital received the highest ratings for patient satisfaction with medical care and the safety of operations. Since then, the medical facility has occupied a leading position in the area of its specialization at the European level.
Patients are treated by top-class surgeons who have long experience in minimally invasive operations of any complexity. The specialists attach particular importance to individualized medical care focused on meeting all the patient's needs and wishes. In addition, treatment in the hospital takes place in a pleasant and cozy environment. The modern design of the patient rooms and corridors in white and blue tones, combined with various modern art paintings, adds a special charm to the hospital.
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The patients of the MIC Hospital Berlin live in comfortable single and double rooms. The patient rooms are made in white and blue tones and equipped with modern furniture. The patient rooms are equipped with air conditioning systems. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet. The patient room furnishing includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a table and chairs for receiving visitors, a large flat-screen TV, a radio, and a safe. There is also Wi-Fi access in the patient rooms.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the hospital are offered tasty and healthy meals three times a day. Breakfast and dinner are served as buffets, and for lunch there is a set menu to choose from. The hospital also has a special area where patients and their visitors can taste delicious desserts and drink hot or cold drinks.
Standard rooms include:
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.
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