German Heart Centre Munich Deutsche Herzzentrum München
The centre was founded in 1972, becoming the first field-specific cardiology institution in Europe. It specialises in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases in patients of all ages.
The fundamental principle of successful therapy at the German Heart Centre is a comprehensive approach that involves specialists from related fields in order to establish an accurate diagnosis and prescribe the correct treatment regimen.
The centre is run by the Bavarian State Ministry for Science, Research, and the Arts. Its collaboration with the hospital of the Technical University of Munich enables access to all the latest advances in cardiology and cardiac surgery.
The clinic's top priorities are the provision of professional medical care that meets all international standards, and empathy for patients.
Complex operations such as valve reconstruction through coronary artery revascularisation, heart transplantation, and coronary artery bypass grafting are performed on the clinic's premises.
Inpatient infrastructure and facilities include:
Comfortable, modern double or single rooms
Private bathroom and toilet, overbed table, wardrobe, TV, Wi-Fi, radio
Park, gym, playground, bank, pharmacy, shop, cafeteria