Carolina Medical Centre Warsaw

Warsaw, Poland
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9.4
AiroScore?
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96% PatientScore?
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3.1 on Google
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Carolina Medical Centre Warsaw
Carolina Medical Centre Warsaw
Carolina Medical Centre Warsaw

About the hospital

Carolina Medical Center Warsaw is one of the country's largest and most advanced private centres for orthopaedics and sports medicine, which has gained recognition in Europe and around the world over 20 years of operation. The clinic is famous for its innovative approaches in orthopaedics, which have no analogues in other countries.

During its work, the Carolina Medical Center has provided about 430,000 consultations and performed more than 20,500 surgical interventions. The Carolina Clinic also has a fully equipped diagnostic centre. The clinic's imaging laboratory is equipped with new CT, MRI, ultrasound and X-ray machines. For high-quality laboratory research, the clinic cooperates with the best laboratories in the country.

The centre has been accredited by the Ministry of Health of Poland and received permission to train young specialists in orthopaedics and traumatology. Carolina Medical Center cooperates with LUX MED Group, the official partner of the Polish Olympic Committee. In addition to the Olympic team, members of the National Ballet of Poland's troupe and other sports teams use the clinic's services. Сarolina Medical Center in Warsaw is in the TOP 10 best medical institutions in the world, according to IMTJ (International Medical Tourism Journal). The facility also specialises in pediatric orthopaedics. For example, the clinic was the first in Poland to perform a minimally invasive correction of the child's foot axis using eight plates.

The main clinical areas of the centre are orthopaedics, traumatology, neurosurgery, general and vascular surgery, and a wide range of rehabilitation procedures. In their practice, doctors use minimally invasive techniques, including robotic surgery, laparoscopic and arthroscopic techniques. For example, in Carolina Medical, the medical team applied unique methods of providing medical care for orthopaedic problems for the first time in the country. Here, surgeons performed total ankle joint replacement (InBone) for the first time in Europe. In addition, the centre's doctors use their knowledge and the developments of world medicine, actively participate in events and symposia, and improve their skills in well-known clinics worldwide.

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Founded in 1998
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3 departments

What diagnostic imaging techniques does the clinic use?

Carolina Medical Center Warsaw has a diagnostic imaging centre equipped with magnetic resonance imaging, CT scans, ultrasound and X-ray examinations. In addition, the extensive experience of the radiology team increases the chances of a correct diagnosis and, thus, correct treatment.

Is Carolina Medical Centre Warsaw good for ankle and foot surgery?

The medical centre has a full range of operations on the ankle and foot. The professional team uses minimally invasive ankle arthroscopy, endoprosthesis, alloplasty, etc. Here, surgeons performed total ankle joint replacement (InBone) for the first time in Europe.

Are 3D technologies used in the hospital?

At Carolina Medical Center, surgeons use 3D technology in complex cases during surgical procedures, design surgical instruments, and orthopaedic design implants. A 1:1 scale 3D model of the patient's anatomy allows surgeons to practice the procedure and try on devices before performing it.

Doctors in Carolina Medical Centre Warsaw

About the city

Warsaw is the capital and one of the most modern cities in Poland. Unfortunately, Warsaw was destroyed during the Second World War, but in 4 years, the entire historic centre was restored with incredible accuracy and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Warsaw's architecture is a mixture of different styles that tell the rich history of Poland and its capital. Palace Square and the Royal Castle, Wilanów Palace and Lazenkowski Park, The Basilica of the Holy Cross, the Cathedral of John the Baptist, the unique museums, and the Copernicus Science Center leave an unforgettable impression on the city. In addition, there are over a hundred theatres, cinemas, museums and art galleries in the Polish capital. A walk along the streets of the Old and New Towns allows you to take a break from the hustle and bustle of central city life. Impressive streets, squares and cosy cafes create a unique sense of historical atmosphere. In summer, the squares of the Old and New Towns become stages for musical and theatrical performances and open-air galleries.

Warsaw is the birthplace of the famous musician Frederic Chopin, after whom the city's main airport is named. The city is developing rapidly, so it has many kindergartens, schools and higher educational institutions. Particular attention is paid to the healthcare system. The town has a large number of public and private medical institutions. For example, Carolina Medical Center Warsaw is one of the leading centres in Europe in the field of orthopaedics, traumatology and neurosurgery. The Union of European Football Associations has chosen the clinic to provide medical care to the participants of EURO 2012, which confirms the high professionalism of the doctors.

Warsaw is a dynamic European metropolis characterized by the hospitality of its inhabitants, the Vistula River and exceptional culinary delights. Numerous traditional cafes, typical of the architect, the magnificent Vistula embankment, and tall skyscrapers - give the city its uniqueness and charm. The Polish capital is a city travellers discover again and again with each subsequent visit.

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