University Hospital Rechts der Isar Munich

Munich, Germany
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99% PatientScore?
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3.0 on Google
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University Hospital Rechts der Isar Munich
University Hospital Rechts der Isar Munich
University Hospital Rechts der Isar Munich

About the hospital

University Hospital Rechts der Isar of the Technical University (TUM) Munich was founded in 1834 as a part of Technical University Munich. It is the second-largest hospital in Munich, with a state-of-the-art approach to medical care. As a university hospital, it provides medical services following the latest standards and is involved in research activities to develop new frontiers of medicine. In particular, it is the biomedical research facility of Technical University Munich. The building itself is a modern steel and glass, formed by the comb-structure emphasizing gardens, including planted rooftops.

There are more than 1,000 beds available for in-patient care, and 60,000 patients receive hospitalized care annually at University Hospital Rechts der Isar. In addition, around 250,000 patients receive outpatient care. The team consists of approximately 5,500 people (including 877 doctors) working in 30 departments and 20 interdisciplinary centers.

One of the best features of the university hospital is the interdisciplinary centers, providing customized care for specific patients. For example, the Comprehensive Cancer Center Munich is one of Germany's 13 oncology centers of excellence, supported by German Cancer Aid. Some very advanced interventions were performed at this hospital, for example, the first-ever successful transplantation of both hands in 2008.

University Hospital Rechts der Isar Munich covers a full range of modern medical branches for patients and functions as a training center for physicians and nursing personnel. Some of the most popular departments among international patients include the department of gynecology, obstetrics, mammology, breast center, department of hematology and oncology, the department of neurosurgery, neuro-oncology and vascular neurosurgery, the department of general, abdominal, thoracic, and endocrine surgery, etc. Furthermore, as a leading medical research and innovation facility, the hospital offers the latest diagnostic and treatment options.

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Founded in 1834
310,000 patients
1,000 beds available
27 departments

Does the hospital have a sarcoma center?

The hospital is a world-renowned competent point of contact for the treatment of sarcomas, i.e., all benign and malignant tumors of muscles and bones. Thanks to its extensive experience, the center provides excellent clinical and individually tailored treatment for each sarcoma case.

Why is the clinic among the best for a Whipple procedure?

Surgeons have many years of experience in the Whipple procedure or pancreatic carcinoma resection. The operation involves the removal of the head of the pancreas, the section of the small intestine, the gallbladder, and the bile ducts. Despite the complexity, the specialists show exceptionally successful results.

Can I have brain surgery at University Hospital Rechts der Isar?

The neurosurgery team specializes in skull base surgery and neurooncology. The team offers operations on complex brain tumors, such as gliomas, metastases, skull base tumors, and pituitary tumors, and owns the latest neurosurgical techniques, partly developed by the clinic's research group.

Is the clinic the best for cancer treatment?

The clinic is part of the Comprehensive Cancer Center Munich and, thus, one of the 13 national cancer centers. The team combines its expertise to provide the best possible cancer treatment and conducts international collaborative cancer research.

Doctors in University Hospital Rechts der Isar Munich

About the city

Munich is a beautiful city in Bavaria, the southern part of Germany. It is the third-biggest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg. Munich is known for its cultural, scientific, and business advances. Some of the most famous brands based in Munich include Oktoberfest, BMW, Siemens, and MAN.

The city is rightfully considered a great tourist attraction in any season. Marienplatz's central square is stunning before Christmas for its holiday markets. Oktoberfest is held from the end of September - to the beginning of October and is perhaps the most famous annual cultural tradition in Germany. It is a beer festival that includes traditional and modern carnival amusements. For the warm weather, there are the Olympic Park - a sports center built for the 1972 Summer Olympics, and the Englischer Garten, the largest city park in the country.

Munich is leading in science and technology, is considered the IT capital of Germany, and houses the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science. The Bavarian State Library is the biggest in Germany and one of the most important in Europe. Medicine in Munich has developed accordingly: two leading medical faculties and around 350 companies are involved in medical technology and research. The leading hospitals include the University Hospital Rehts der Isar of the Technical University (TUM) Munich and the University Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich are considered among the best hospitals in the world. Additionally, there are plenty of smaller facilities: Academic Hospital Bogenhausen Munich, Dermatology Centre Prof. Braun-Falco Munich, etc.

To sum up, Munich is a fantastic city both as a tourist attraction and an economic center. It incorporates historical, traditional heritage with high-tech advancements that are developed daily in the city. Munich offers interesting sites for almost any taste, for any season of the year.

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