German Cardiology Center in Berlin (Deutsches Herzzentrum Berlin)
The Interregional German Cardiology Center was founded in 1986. Today, it is one of the world's most respected cardiology institutions. Doctors apply innovative diagnostic methods, cutting-edge therapeutic technologies, the latest pharmaceuticals and latest equipment to treat the most serious cases.
The director of the Volkmar Falk Center is a renowned cardiac surgeon, author of scientific papers, researcher, and concurrently head of the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at the Charité University Medical Complex.
The institution performs more than 1800 transplants, 3000 catheterisations, 400 artificial heart implants, and 2700 heart soundings and coronary angiography procedures annually. Transplants of lungs and the cardiopulmonary complex are also performed here. Doctors prefer to use the leasr invasive surgical procedures.
Inpatient infrastructure and facilities include:
Comfortable, modern single, double, or triple rooms
Private bathroom and toilet, adjustable overbed table, wardrobe, table and armchairs for guests, TV, Wi-Fi, safe, minibar.
Parks for fresh air and walks, shops, pharmacies, playgrounds, beauty salons, gyms, libraries, cafeteria, ATM machines