Urologische Klinik München-Planegg

History of the Clinic

Our history

2019

Increase of the approved number of hospital beds from 65 to 75

2018

Outdoor areas completed

Competence Centre for Reconstructive Urogenital Surgery completed

2017

Surgical and functional wing enlarged

Robot-assisted interventions using the da Vinci® system

Extension of the departments for gynaecology and surgery

Opening of the radiological medical care centre with CT and MRT on the clinic’s premises, focusing primarily on uro-radiology

2012 Establishment of the Pelvic Floor Centre
2010 Establishment of the Urinary Stone Centre
2009 Foundation of the first Prostate Centre in Munich
2007 Clinic receives its first Dekra certification pursuant to DIN ISO 9001
2006-2007 Expansion of the reception area
2003 Foundation of the Clinical Study Center
2002-2007 Renovation and modernisation of ward building and intensive care unit
2002-2004 New building for the Central Sterilised Supply Department and the lecture theatre
2002 New chief consultants and change in support organisations: Professor Dr. med. Martin Kriegmair and Dr. med. Ralph Oberneder
1992 Therapy of stone conditions by means of shock wave lithotripters (ESWL)
1989 Commissioning of a nuclear medical department with gamma camera
1984 Dr. med. Georg Michael Praetorius takes over as chief consultant
1978 New ward building and treatment wing with X-ray, endoscopy and laboratory facilities and surgical department
1974 Expansion of bed capacity by constructing a second upper storey
1970 Clinic opened and incorporated in the hospital schedule of the Free State of Bavaria