Oncology Center Franciszek Lukaszczyk Bydgoszcz

Bydgoszcz, Poland
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Oncology Center Franciszek Lukaszczyk Bydgoszcz
Oncology Center Franciszek Lukaszczyk Bydgoszcz
Oncology Center Franciszek Lukaszczyk Bydgoszcz

About the hospital

Oncology Center Franciszek Lukaszczyk Bydgoszcz was opened in 1990 as a modern private center for treating tumor lesions in Poland and around the world. In 2003, the hospital was the first to use PET/CT diagnostics in the country, leading to its popularity.

Annually, the clinic serves 40,000 patients in 300 hospital beds and the polyclinic. The structure consists of 11 departments, 22 specialized clinics, and 9 operating rooms supplied with the latest equipment and resuscitation rooms. The medical center offers high-precision diagnostics and innovative treatment. In addition, numerous awards speak for the high quality of services and the staff's experience. "Grand Quality" of the Institute of Quality, European Quality Award, "Safe Hospital" of the Center for Quality Monitoring in Health Care, and distinction in the Leaders of Innovation of Pomerania and Kujawy 2020 contest for scientists from the department of thoracic surgery and tumors are among the numerous achievements of the medical center.

The center also features a new model of patient nutrition. The doctors were awarded first place in the "Good Clinical Nutrition Hospital - nutrition treatment" competition. Also, the clinic opened the first PET/MR laboratory on its base for even better and faster diagnostics. Traditional imaging techniques are available under one roof - mammography, X-ray, ultrasound, MRI, CT, and more modern virtual colonoscopy. After a detailed laboratory, genetic, and imaging study of the disease, the multidisciplinary team decides on the use of different types of treatment. In particular, doctors offer a wide selection of radiation therapy, such as 3D-IMRT, 3D-CRT, radical teleradiotherapy with 3D and 2D planning, and palliative radiation therapy. Chemotherapy is also available in the form of the introduction of cytostatic drugs and modern drugs of the latest generation of molecular target action, hormonal drugs, and immunotherapy.

Bydgoszcz Oncology Hospital Franciszek Lukaszczyk offers outpatient consultations and inpatient treatment of diseases of the breast, ENT organs, chest organs, gastrointestinal tract, urology, and gynecology. In addition to conservative treatment, surgical operations with the most gentle organ-sparing and entire operations are also performed here. Also, since 2013, the active rehabilitation and sports park (PARiS) has been operating based on the medical center. All treatment meets the highest standards of the Accreditation Board of the Center for Health Care Quality Monitoring.

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Founded in 1990
40,000 patients
300 beds available
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What is unique about Oncology Center Franciszek Lukaszczyk Bydgoszcz?

The clinic has 32 years of experience in the highly effective treatment of oncological diseases. In addition, doctors have the most experience in Poland using PET/CT and PET/MR technologies for the early detection of diseases even at the stage of no clinical manifestation.

Will I be rehabilitated after complex treatment?

The hospital is equipped with a unique center with a swimming pool, gyms, salt caves, and cryotherapy chambers. Each patient has the opportunity to receive rehabilitation and recovery after the primary treatment.

Should I choose the clinic for surgical treatment?

Oncologists and surgeons use the most minimally invasive modern surgical interventions thanks to laparoscopic and endoscopic methods. The combination of radiotherapy and chemotherapy makes treatment at the medical center highly effective and with a low risk of complications.

About the city

Bydgoszcz is one of the largest cities in Poland, located in the north. The population is 338,000 people. The town is an important industrial, scientific and cultural center of the country. The royal city was founded in 1346 and developed rapidly. Currently, it is one of the best tourist centers in Europe.

Opera, Pomeranian Philharmonic, theaters, cinemas, museums, art galleries, orchestras, and music and theater festivals offer a rich program for the entertainment of locals and guests of the city. "Ster na Bydgoszcz" gathers a large audience from worldwide under the open sky. Numerous sports events are also held in the city. In particular, the water infrastructure contributed to the significant development of rowing. Forest parks and complexes represent various green spaces. Myslcynek, Bydgoszcz Forest, and Tukholski Forests offer active recreation amidst natural beauty and fresh air. Canals and locks with evening illumination against the background of historical architecture located along the entire city give it a unique romance and beauty. Gothic churches and chapels, the remains of defensive walls, and granaries of past centuries complement the atmosphere. 4 Slavic fortresses of the 6th-11th centuries are natural architectural monuments and attract special attention.

Since the 14th century, the city has been famous for its parish schools and was a natural center of education. Also, a large share was occupied by the education of people with disabilities, which distinguished the city from others. Today, the tradition has survived. 15 universities contributed to Bydgoszcz's university status. About 35,000 students study here. The Collegium Medicum of Nicolaus Copernicus University contributes to the growing medical potential of the city. The university's base is also made up of clinics in 7 hospitals. The city is also famous for state-of-the-art cancer treatment. For example, Oncology Center Franciszek Lukaszczyk Bydgoszcz has provided high-quality treatment to 40,000 patients worldwide since 1990. In addition, the clinic contributes to the development of medicine in Poland thanks to its scientific potential and high-quality clinical research. In addition, trade has developed in the city thanks to railways and waterways. The IT industry and outsourcing experienced the most significant growth. Most of the NATO headquarters and consulates are located here.

The modern picturesque city of Bydgoszcz combines the rapid development of the economy, science, sports, tourism, and the preservation of traditions. A convenient location and rich events with high-quality service contribute to the expansion of the city's popularity.

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