Paracelsus Clinic Golzheim Duesseldorf
The Paracelsus Clinic Golzheim Duesseldorf is an advanced medical facility, whose scope of tasks includes the diagnostics and treatment of all urologic diseases. The clinic has exceptional competence in treating bladder cancer and holds a leading position in this field in the national medical arena. The specialists of the medical facility also demonstrate excellent results in prostate cancer treatment. With 120 inpatient beds, the clinic is one of the largest specialized urology clinics in Germany and Europe. The successful clinical practice of the medical facility is based on top-class service, the high professionalism of doctors, modern technical equipment, and long experience.
The clinic's team of doctors offers innovative diagnostic and treatment methods for diseases of the kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, bladder, urethra, prostate gland, and reproductive system in men of all age groups, including children. The competence also includes the treatment of urinary incontinence in men and women. Each patient is provided with personalized treatment with the use of the most modern and sparing methods.
More than 2,500 resection interventions and about 4,500 transurethral endoscopic and percutaneous procedures are performed in the clinic's three modern multifunctional operating rooms annually. The clinic's surgeons have state-of-the-art instruments, including all devices for microsurgical procedures and laser surgery. In addition, the medical facility is equipped with an advanced da Vinci surgical system, which performs highly efficient operations on the prostate gland, kidneys, and bladder. The clinic annually admits more than 4,000 inpatients and about 7,000 outpatients. The clinic also provides treatment to international patients.
In June 2003, the clinic became the first in Duesseldorf to be fully certified in accordance with the DIN EN ISO 9001 standards. The clinic has a strict quality control system, which is the key to high-quality medical care. Patients can expect the best treatment results even in the most complex clinical cases, which many other medical centers are not ready to take on.
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The patients of the Paracelsus Clinic Golzheim Duesseldorf live in comfortable single, double, and triple rooms with a modern design. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet. Standard patient rooms include an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe, a radio, a telephone, and a TV. Young patients live in specially equipped children's rooms with the possibility of accomodating a child with one of the parents.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the clinic are offered varied and tasty meals. In addition to breakfast and dinner, a patient has an opportunity to choose one of three dining menus, including a soup and a dessert. Cakes and/or fruits are also offered to patients as additional meals. In the case of food intolerance or special indications, a patient will be provided with an appropriate individual menu.
There is a cozy cafe on the territory of the clinic, from which one can see a beautiful view of the garden and an open terrace. Both patients of the clinic and their visitors can have a snack. The cafe offers a wide selection of main dishes, snacks, cakes and drinks.
Standard rooms include:
Religious services are available upon request.
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.
Duesseldorf is a city in Germany that has won fame as one of the largest economic and cultural centers in the country. The history of the city spans almost 900 years, so even the most sophisticated tourist will find something to their liking. Due to its unique beauty and rich cultural heritage, Duesseldorf is sometimes called little Paris. The world-famous German writer Goethe repeatedly praised the city in his books. Guests of the city will find not only medieval architecture, interesting museums and exhibitions with artistic masterpieces, but also many bars and small breweries, since the city is famous for its long tradition of brewing.
The historic center of Duesseldorf was almost completely destroyed during World War II. The old city and its sights have been carefully restored according to historical documents. Now it is one of the centers of busy city life. Once here, everyone will be imbued with German flavor and traditions. All buildings are made in the true German architectural style. One of the places that you should definitely visit is the Market Square. Previously, famous fairs were held here, but now it is a quiet and peaceful place where the City Hall, the administrative complex of the city, and the monument to Johann Wilhelm are located.
The most noteworthy of the religious monuments is St. Lambert's Basilica, the oldest religious building in Duesseldorf and one of the symbols of the old city, built of bricks in the Gothic style. In addition, one of the most beautiful and popular places in Duesseldorf is the Rhine embankment promenade. Among the sights of the city, it is also worth noting the KÖ Art Gallery, the house where Heinrich Heine was born, and the 234-meter-high Rheinturm TV Tower. At a height of 172 meters, there is a revolving restaurant and an observation deck. Tourists also like to visit Benrath, a palace and a park complex built as a hunting castle and the summer residence for Karl Theodor. The main palace introduces visitors to life at court in the second half of the 18th century.