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Wiener Privatklinik: Excellent care structure in modern ENT medicine

The Wiener Privatklinik (WPK) is at the center of modern ear, nose and throat medicine (ENT) and presents itself as an outstanding care structure in this field. Numerous renowned attending physicians work at the clinic, where the entire spectrum of ENT medicine is offered – from routine procedures such as tonsil operations to highly complex interventions near the base of the skull.

A particular focus is on the comprehensive treatment of ENT cancers. The WPK works in close interdisciplinary cooperation, in particular with leading oncologists such as Prof. Dr. Christoph Zielinski, the medical director of the Wiener Privatklinik and an internationally renowned cancer specialist. The tumor board, consisting of representatives from various medical disciplines, develops individual treatment concepts for each patient.

The WPK is characterized not only by its outstanding medical expertise, but also by its state-of-the-art infrastructure and technologies. Patients with ENT tumors benefit from fast and efficient treatment approaches, with the preservation of the patient’s functions having the highest priority.

“Every millimeter counts here, especially when it comes to preserving function. Our primary goal is to ensure that the patient can swallow normally again after the tumor has been removed,” emphasizes Prof. Gstöttner, renowned ENT specialist and attending physician at Wiener Privatklinik.

Wiener Privatklinik sets standards in ENT medicine and stands for excellent care at the highest level. Patients not only find first-class medical care here, but also a dedicated team that takes comprehensive care of their health and well-being.

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