Wiener Private Clinic Vienna
About the hospital
Wiener Private Clinic Vienna is a multidisciplinary private hospital in Austria with more than 100 years of favourably competent experience. As early as 1871, the “Women’s Sanatorium Lov” was opened in the hospital building with a modern maternity hall known with great reference throughout the Empire. Since 1995, the medical centre has received its current name and developed very rapidly, constantly expanding its services and replacing equipment with more high-tech ones. By tradition, real Austrian professionals of international level, specializing in various fields and representing the world-famous Vienna School of Medicine, work in the hospital. Vienna Wiener Clinic attracts Europeans with a hotel level of service and restaurant cuisine in cooperation with the “Imperial” Hotel in the historic walls of a hospital with many years of experience and an incomparable modern interior combined with affordable prices.
The structure of the Wiener Clinic in Vienna includes seven departments designed for 145 beds. In addition, the hospital has four fully equipped operating rooms and physiotherapy, a pre-operative training centre, and an angiography laboratory. In 2021, the clinic entered the “Total Quality Hospital” rating as one of the best clinics in Austria. In addition to treatment concerning the environment, the medical centre in Vienna received the “OKOPROFIT” award for the ecological model of activity.
In 1987, the first kidney transplant in Vienna was successfully performed in a Wiener Private Medical Clinic. Numerous talented winners of the Nobel Prize in surgery, immunology, psychiatry and otolaryngology are practised in Wiener Clinic, for example, known to all Sigmund Freud. The academic centre of oncology uses modern diagnostics and treatment in cooperation with other departments, such as the centre of radiology, orthopaedics and therapy of bone tumours. Thanks to this, molecular genetics and high-precision diagnostics of European quality, modern precisely calculated chemotherapy, and adequate minimally traumatic surgery at the level of micro therapy of various organs and parts of the body are available. Endoscopy with extremely high resolution (HD+) is available in the advanced gastroenterology department. The Millesі Center for surgery offers a comprehensive therapeutic concept for treating damaged nerve tissues, pain syndromes, and reconstruction of nerve tissues, including their transplantation.
Without limiting themselves, Wiener Private Clinic in Vienna also offers fast and high-quality recovery in cardiology, gastroenterology, orthopaedics, sports medicine, general surgery, gastroenterology and hepatology. In addition, rehabilitation and physiotherapy services are available here on an ongoing basis. Austria’s reliability also lies in the fact that in this country, a relatively short period passes for the registration of new modern drugs, which makes chemotherapy and other treatments one of the most advanced in the world.
Can I get hand surgery at Wiener Private Clinic Vienna?
Thanks to effective surgery at the microscopic level, doctors can effectively operate on the hand by restoring damaged nerves and blood vessels or transplantation. Moreover, the concept of further rehabilitation of brain perception of limb movements consolidates and improves the result.
Should I choose a hospital to treat gastrointestinal cancer?
The medical centre is a good choice for treating and diagnosing stomach, intestinal, liver and pancreatic cancer. Innovative HD-endoscopy allows highly accurate biopsy material and clearly defines the tumour's boundaries for further exposure to the malignant neoplasm.
Can I undergo a screening examination at the hospital?
The clinic offers a modern check-up for oncological diseases, including the evaluation of molecular markers to assess the risk of hereditary cancer by professional geneticists. In addition, MRI, CT, ultrasound and endoscopic studies are used individually.
What is unique about the clinic?
The hospital is outstanding in treating oncological diseases and providing patients with individual therapy with molecularly targeted medicines. The influence at the cellular level is achieved according to the biological control of tumour growth.
About the city
Vienna, the home of Gustav Klimt, is Austria's exquisite art and science capital, with a population of nearly 2 million. Every trip has never-before-seen attractions or museums, unvisited parks and new delicacies. There are more than a hundred museums alone. Since 2001, the old city of Vienna has been a part of UNESCO Cultural Heritage.
In the middle part of the city are magnificent monuments of Austrian history, the incredible Gothic-Modern Hofburg Palace and the monumental Stephansdom. The most striking sight of the Michaelerplatz square is the Church of St. Michael, where Mozart's requiem was first heard many years ago, and the mask on his face at that time is still preserved. Tourists can listen to organ music for free in the Peterskirche. Also, a must-see in Vienna is the design and modern exhibitions of young authors in various locations of the famous Museum Quarter. A significant artistic event is the Austrian international exhibition of contemporary art, Viennacontemporary, held annually in the Marx Halle.
The University of Vienna is also the most significant and oldest in the modern German-speaking world. It was founded in 1365 and was known mainly for its medical school. The reasons for the strengths of medicine in Vienna go back a long way. Famous personalities worked in the city. Ignaz Philipp Semmelweis, the father of hand washing, Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, Franz Schuh, the first performer of pericardial puncture, and surgeon Theodor Billroth, the founder of asepsis, complete the impressive list of outstanding talents in Vienna. In 1871, the Wiener Private Clinic Vienna was founded, where the masters of Viennese medicine were studied. Numerous Nobel laureates received awards for experimental research on the function of the vestibular apparatus, the treatment of progressive paralysis, and the group's discovery. In 1967, the Dobling Private Hospital Vienna opened, serving more than 14,000 patients yearly. Today, the Medical University of Vienna has about 8,000 students and is one of the largest medical schools in the German-speaking region.
The quality of art, architecture, science and medicine determines specific Viennese standards for the future of the city and the entire country. Vienna is a charming city for walking and an inspiration for discovery. The high bar in everything is a powerful lever for new achievements, honouring past traditions.