• Heidelberg University Hospital
    Heidelberg University Hospital ©Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg
  • Vivantes
    Vivantes ©Vivantes – Netzwerk für Gesundheit GmbH, Berlin
  • Rinecker Proton Therapy Centre, Munich
    Rinecker Proton Therapy Centre, Munich ©Rinecker Proton Therapy Center, München

Radiology and radiotherapy

In diagnostic and interventional radiology, there was been a huge leap forward in the quality of imaging thanks to close cooperation between radiologists and medical technology specialists. This has achieved greater and better possibilities for non-invasive or minimally invasive procedures. In the field of radio-oncology, the high-precision radiotherapy machines in Germany's hospitals allow for the tumour tissue to be destroyed while protecting as much of the surrounding tissue as possible. These technical systems even compensate for the tiniest of movements made by the patient during the treatment. In addition, the first and currently only proton therapy centre in Europe to offer a complete hospital setting is located in Germany.

The Institute for Radiology and Interventional Therapy offers a wide range of diagnostics and therapies meeting the highest quality standards. Headed up by Senior Consultant Professor Joachim Wagner, it is part of the Vivantes Hospital in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin. A combination of the latest medical technology and extensive medical experience is particularly important in a radiology department – Professor Wagner and his team have this technology, possess a wealth of experience and have achieved an outstanding level of success.

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The MediClin Robert Janker Clinic in Bonn, a specialist centre for the treatment of tumour-related diseases, has been a leading provider of radiotherapy and radio-oncology to patients from across Germany for 75 years.

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Irradiating tumours using proton beams is a highly advanced form of cancer treatment that offers greater control and minimal damage to surrounding tissue. The Rinecker Proton Therapy Centre (RPTC) was opened in Munich three years ago and is the first and currently the only proton radiation centre in Europe to offer a complete hospital setting. Since it opened, the clinic has treated more than 1,300 patients from over 40 countries. The fact that 75 different types of tumour have already been treated proves the broad range of applications of modern proton therapy.

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The Department of Radiation Oncology at Heidelberg University Hospital is a state-of-the-art centre for radiation oncology and cancer research. It treats patients with malignant and benign tumours and various functional disorders.

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