Academic Hospital Martha-Maria Nuremberg
About the hospital
The Academic Hospital Martha-Maria Nuremberg has been operating since 1889 as the city's leading medical center, serving more than 25,000 patients annually in its 310-bed outpatient and inpatient facilities. The clinic has repeatedly been recognized in the top lists of the best (STERN magazine), particularly for general, visceral, endocrine, and vascular surgery.
Since 2021 doctors can perform the most advanced surgical interventions with DaVinci Xi. Robotic advanced technology allows 10 times better urology, gastroenterology, gynecology, and general surgery cure. In addition, the clinic has numerous certified centers with high-tech equipment. Laparoscopy (keyhole surgery) and urological minimally invasive treatment (laser therapy of the prostate and transurethral resection of the prostate, TUR-P) have also made significant progress. In addition, according to the FOCUS rating, the clinic was one of the best thyroid centers in Germany in 2021. Minimally invasive video-assisted thyroidectomy (MIVAT) using an HD video camera allows for the most satisfactory remedy results without significant incisions.
In particular, for the high effectiveness of treatment, the colon cancer center was awarded a certificate from the German society. Adherence to treatment and updating approaches is monitored annually by Onkozert. In addition, the hospital received particular accreditation from the German Society of surgery and the German Society of coloproctology. This recognition made it possible to be the first in Nuremberg to open a competence center for surgical coloproctology. Also, based on the hospital, there is an accredited Maximum Care endoprosthesis competence center. As a result, orthopedists and traumatologists have access to high-quality medical materials to treat patients properly. In addition, minimally invasive and microscopic techniques reduce the duration of rehabilitation after treatment. Thanks to its impeccable reputation, the orthopedic and trauma surgery clinic is the medical partner of the Bundesliga rugby team. In acquisition to treatment, high-precision diagnostics are also available under one roof. In particular, the unique accreditation of the heart and vascular radiological center by the X-ray Association guarantees the speed and quality of visualization.
Nuremberg Academic Сlinic Martha-Maria offers treatment for cardiology, gastroenterology, endocrinology, and urology patients. Patients have the opportunity to receive both conservative medical treatment and surgical cures. In addition, great attention is paid to rehabilitation and geriatric patients. Support at every step and multidisciplinary consultations are available to every patient.
Does the clinic treat diverticulitis with robotic surgery?
Visceral surgeons treat diverticulitis with minimally invasive treatments, including DaVinci Xi. 3D imaging of the operative area through minor skin incisions and a large volume of movements of surgical instruments achieves the desired results without complications.
What treatments does the medical center offer for the treatment of urinary incontinence?
The clinic offers medical treatment for urinary incontinence and overactive bladder, urethral band implantation in women and men, Birch surgery, botulinum toxin injection into the bladder muscle, implantation of an artificial urethral sphincter, and open and laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy.
Is Academic Hospital Martha-Maria Nuremberg the best in Germany?
The clinic is included in the top lists of STERN and FOCUS magazines for achievements and high efficiency of treatment in general, vascular and endocrine surgery. Thus, the medical center is considered one of the best in the region and the country.
Doctors in Academic Hospital Martha-Maria Nuremberg
About the city
Nuremberg is located on the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal and is the second-largest city in Bavaria (population of 519,000). The center of education and German culture attracts tourists and is a popular destination for European vacations.
The municipality is famous for being one of the largest castles in Europe. The Nuremberg castle of 1140 consists of two towers, which have become a tangible symbol of the area. The Imperial Castle, in which the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire ruled and lived from time to time, also attracts attention. Visitors also have the opportunity to see world shows of the Nuremberg Opera House and the Staatstheater Nurnberg. Concerts by Bavaria's second-largest opera orchestra are also available in the Meistersingerhalle. While walking, tourists can see massive city walls surrounding the Old Town of Nuremberg. After a busy day and walking along romantic streets, tourists relax in restaurants offering national drinks and dishes (Nuremberg roast bratwursts).
Since 1050, the town has gained particular importance due to its surroundings on crucial trade routes. It also became one of the most frequent seats of the Imperial Diet and received the unofficial status of the Empire's capital. Also, production and proto-industry developed quite early in Nuremberg. The city is one of the student centers due to many university institutions and is the birthplace of outstanding scientists and artists. Friedrich Sigmund Merkel, a leading anatomist and histologist was also born in Nuremberg. He developed the color scheme for anatomy textbooks, which is still used today: red for arteries, blue for veins, and yellow for nerves. In addition, the Academic Hospital Martha-Maria Nuremberg has been open in the municipality since 1889, combining German medicine traditions and modern growths.
The historic German town of Nuremberg has all the possibilities for a real European vacation. Charming architecture and history, numerous entertainment offers, and respect for the guests are the city's strengths.