Urology Clinic Wiener Platz Munich
The Urology Clinic Wiener Platz Munich is a highly modern medical institution, in which doctors practice innovative treatments that have proven themselves internationally. The clinic is equipped with the state-of-art diagnostic systems for ultrasound, endoscopic, x-ray and urodynamic studies, as well as high-tech operating rooms for surgical interventions of varying severity.
The clinic specializes in the treatment of the entire spectrum of diseases of the male genital and urinary organs, male infertility, and kidney diseases. Also, the clinic has specialists in the field of pediatric urology, who treat many urologic diseases in children.
The medical facility is proud of its leading positions in the field of its specialization at the national and international levels. The doctors make every effort to provide first-class medical care to patients who entrust them their health.
It should be noted that the clinic is a member of many professional societies, for example, the German Society of Urology, the European Association of Urology, the German Cancer Society, and the American Urological Association. The clinic strictly adheres to the recommendations and standards of these organizations, therefore, provides excellent quality of medical services.
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The patients of the clinic live in comfortable rooms with modern design. All patient rooms and offices of the clinic are made in bright colors, which contributes to the peaceful atmosphere and the speedy recovery of patients. Standard wards are equipped with a comfortable bed, a bedside table for personal belongings, a telephone, a TV and a wardrobe.
Meals and Menus
The patients of the clinic are offered a tasty and balanced three meals a day: buffet breakfast, a hearty lunch and a light dinner.
Standard rooms include:
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