Surgery, inpatient care

Our premium inpatient department has 3 operating rooms and 24 patient rooms with 33 beds to meet all our patients’ needs. The highest professional standards together with our exclusive environment help you heal in safety and tranquility.

Orthopedic surgeries

Our Private Hospital offers a wide range of orthopedic surgeries. Both arthroscopic and endoprosthetic interventions - e.g., hip-, knee- and shoulder-replacement operations - can also be used without waiting time. In addition to traditional surgical techniques, our specialists also use state-of-the-art, minimally invasive techniques. After surgery, our physiotherapist and sports rehabilitation staff will help you recover.

Surgical operations

Our hospital offers both one-day and multi-day surgical care. In addition to general surgical procedures such as abdominal, gallbladder, hernia, thyroid, breast, varicose vein, and proctological procedures, we also perform gynecological, urological, and otolaryngological surgeries.

Thanks to advances in surgical techniques, some of the previous open surgeries can now be performed laparoscopically, which is much less stressful for the patient, with faster, less complicated healing.

Plastic surgery

In our hospital, we have more than thousand plastic surgeries every year: in addition to plastic surgeries that correct the breast, face and different areas of the body, we also perform vaginal surgeries, combined surgeries and male plastic surgeries. During these operations we work with the latest technologies and implants.


In our hospital it is also possible to perform gynecological surgeries, most of which can be performed on an outpatient basis or in the form of one-day care. After outpatient surgeries, a few hours of observation are usually sufficient, and during one-day surgical care, our patients can return home within 24 hours of their arrival.


Our specialists use mainly pharmacological and alternative procedures in the ear-nose-throat outpatient care, but they also have extensive experience in the field of surgical interventions.

Urological surgeries

Most urological problems are treatable with medication, but in some cases a surgical solution is the course of action. Today, a significant proportion of urological surgeries can already be performed with an endoscope, that is, using a fiber-optic device inserted through the urethra or the skin - even tumor surgeries that once seemed unthinkable without exploratory abdominal surgery. Endoscopic surgeries result in much less stress for the patient, with faster healing and fewer complications. We only resort to exploratory surgery if the disease cannot be safely cured by other means.