Our departments were created with patients in focus.

Departments of Szpital na Klinach satisfy patients’ needs with respect to surgical procedures involving many specialists, based on modern diagnostics and professional hospital care. We place special emphasis on minimising surgical interventions; hence, most of the procedures are performed laparoscopically.

European Center for Comprehensive Hernia Treatment
Plastic surgery
Spinal surgery
Vascular surgery

The safety of patients subjected to procedures and operations is guaranteed by one the most modern operating theatres in Poland with two fully equipped operating rooms intended for separate types of surgical procedures. We focus on providing our patients with comprehensive care in a friendly environment and loving atmosphere while maintaining medical safety.

Grand opening of the Robotic Surgery Centre – research and teaching base of the Gynaecology and Urogynaecology Clinic at Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University

In April we launched a Robotic Surgery Centre at Szpital na Klinach. Using the da Vinci Surgical System we now perform at our hospital surgical procedures for prostate and endometrial cancer, and soon we will also be performing general surgery procedures.

All patients, both male and female, who report to us with oncological complaints within gynaecology or urology are provided with comprehensive care by our multidisciplinary medical team, i.e. a surgeon, a psychooncologist and an anaesthesiologist, as well as a physiotherapist and a dietician. Have a look at our patients’ opinions!

Have a look at our patients’ opinions!

‘I felt safe and surrounded by professional care – not just medical. The psychologist’s and physiotherapist’s support gave me a sense of comfort. I was quiet because the doctor who operated on me had informed me precisely about the “scenario” of the procedure; he patiently responded to all the questions and doubts that bothered me; he discussed in a down-to-earth manner further treatment and the course of action after the procedure. I was surprised to be able to walk along the corridor already the day after the procedure. And now I only have some follow-up visits ahead of me’, says Justyna who underwent a gynaecological oncological surgery.’

‘The diagnosis I heard was neoplasm. Before the operation I had a lot of fears and doubts. However, I only felt pain just after waking up from the anaesthetic. I was positively surprised by the unparalleled thoughtfulness of the hospital team – some of the people that supported me were the psychologist and the physiotherapeutic. Already on the fourth day after the operation I was back home. Now, after 2 weeks, I feel physical and mental comfort. I now know that to have that operation was the best decision I could make’, says Marek who underwent a urologic surgery.’