The University Hospital of Munich (LMU) is a highly advanced hospital with 45 clinics, institutes and departments covering all fields of medicine. With its two campuses in Grosshadern and in the city center, it is one of the largest hospitals in Europe.
The Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich is the leading german University in the field „Clinical and health“ according to the Times Higher Education World University Ranking.
ISAR Klinikum is a young, modern and friendly hospital in the heart of Munich. We offer you more: more comfort, more care, better medical specialists, more cooperation and more communication - and all of it in the interest of the patient.
We aim to combine medical excellence and team spirit with exceptional care in a comfortable setting.
To better serve your health, we have brought together the most important medical fields and doctors’ surgeries under one roof. This allows for short processes, quick coordination and more time for patient care.
We focus on people and believe that patients and their relatives should feel right at home. In addition to first-class medical expertise, we place great importance on offering outstanding care and comfort.
The university hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar (on the right hand side of the river Isar) serves Munich and the world with a highly skilled team of dedicated doctors, nurses, research scientists and technical assistants. The hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar is the university hospital of Technische Universität München (TUM).
With a workforce of over 5,000 personnel, the university hospital is a renowned center for the care of the sick, medical research and the teaching of medicine. The hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar is composed of 33 separate clinics and departments treating some 60,000 in-house patients and 245,000 out-house patients yearly.
Today it is considered one of Bavaria's finest medical institutions. It incorporates more than 30 clinics and departments, plus eleven institutes and several inter-disciplinary centers. In 2011 the hospital had a total of 1,091 regular beds and counted 51,061 stationary and semi-stationary patients. In addition, 220,607 ambulant treatments were carried out. 1,200 students attend medical faculty at TUM / Rechts der Isar.
The hospital in Munich has a long heritage. Originally founded by a group of women to care for the poorest in society and guided by the ideals of Saint Francis of Assisi, today's healthcare facility is a leading state-of-the art medical institution that has retained its spiritual values. Medical excellence and love of the sick are equally important here. The clinic processes and quality management are continuously certified and the hospital has received recognition and awards from bodies including the German Cancer Society and the German Cardiac Society.
Dritter Orden Clinic incorporates a number of clinics, medical centres and specialist departments devoted to meeting the highest standards of quality. The services cover the healthcare spectrum from diagnosis and root cause analysis, to treatment, surgery and nursing, to the provision of appropriate therapy, rehabilitation and recovery in the various specialist areas.The medical equipment and facilities of the hospital are state of the art.
The rooms are furnished for the comfort of patients and an inviting hospital garden provides a pleasant environment to support the recovery process.
The Cyberknife Center Munich-Grosshadern is one of the world’s leading centers for radiosurgery. As Germany's first Cyberknife center it was opened in cooperation with the University Clinic Munich (LMU) on July 1, 2005. Its medical experience is based on more than 5,000 courses of treatment since 2005.
Since 2013 the Munich center has been using the latest generation of Cyberknife technology (Cyberknife M6).
The European Cyberknife Center Munich-Grosshadern enjoys the support of numerous national and international sponsors and cooperation partners in the field of medicine. This benefits our patients. We maintain close international contacts with numerous clinics and scientists involved in Cyberknife technology.