Premises


The clinic is located in an old, historically protected building north of the Siegestor (Victory Arch) in Schwabing, Munich. It is a historical monument designed by the Munich architect, Gabriel von Seidl.

The house was built in 1886 for a Bavarian princess (a cousin of Empress Sissi). Since it was largely spared by the war, you can still enjoy the stately ambiance of the imperial era today.

We invite you to a tour of our clinic.

The reception is located in a small concierge room with historic windows, surrounded by two vestibules with cross vaults and two-tone parquet.

In the spacious waiting area, you can browse undisturbed in various journals or find out about the services of the clinic presented on a TV. The children have a corner of their own with table and chairs, coloring books, and a flatscreen with toddler videos.

In the treatment room, we carry out all small to medium-sized operations and laser procedures. The new sterile surgical tract is reserved for major operations such as major tumor and venous surgery. After the surgery, you can relax in peace in the attached patient room with bathroom.