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Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital

Situated in Berlin’s peaceful and leafy south and named after a Berlin queen, Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital offers more than 600 beds and a Comfort Ward.

Because the hospital is part of the Vivantes Hospital Group, patients can also take advantage if necessary of the considerable expertise and comprehensive range of treatment available at the other nine Vivantes hospitals with their more than 150 specialist departments and over 40 highly specialized centres of excellence in different disciplines.


Accommodation Facilities for Accompanying Persons
Airport Transfer
Bedside Internet Terminal
Comfort Ward
Culturally adapted Meals
International Media
International Office
Interpreter Services included
Religious Practice Facilities
WLAN Access in the Room
Cardiology Diabetology
General, vascular and visceral surgery Gastroenterology
Gynaecology Neurology
Orthopaedics Plastic and aesthetic surgery
Prevention and diagnostics Psychiatry

Advanced Medicine

The Vivantes Rehabilitation Centre provides ambulatory rehabilitation services to patients suffering from orthopaedic, oncological, cardiological and neurological diseases. Patients are supported in their efforts to cope with the consequences of their disease following a stay in hospital and to improve their overall quality of life.

Using the very latest therapeutic methods and involving psychological and social support experts, infectious diseases such as HIV and Aids are treated at the Centre for Infectious Diseases and HIV, as are tropical diseases and tuberculosis.

All standard types of aesthetic surgery are performed at the Centre for Hand, Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery. Facial soft tissue and hand surgery are special areas of focus. In particular, finger and toe malformations in children are also corrected here.
Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital
photo: Harald Grenzen, Vivantes International Medicine
Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital
photo: Monique Wüstenhagen, Vivantes International Medicine

Our experts

PD Dr. med. Mario Cabraja
PD Dr. med. Mario Cabraja
Director, Joint Center of Spine Surgery, Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital
Focus: Minimally invasive and microsurgical techniques (spine surgeries & pain treatment), Reconstructive surgery of the spine, ...
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Dr. med. Güllü Cataldegirmen
Dr. med. Güllü Cataldegirmen
Director, Department of General-, Visceral-, and Vascular Surgery, Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital
Focus: Oncological abdominal surgery: esophagus, stomach, pancreas surgery of benign diseases, Organ-preserving pancreatic surgery, ...
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Dr. med. Heiko Spank
Dr. med. Heiko Spank
Director, Department of Special Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital
Focus: Joint Replacement & revision of joint replacement, Joint infection, Knee ligament surgery, Reconstructive meniscus surgery & cartilage surgery, ...
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Dr. med. Mario Zacharias, MU
Dr. med. Mario Zacharias, MU
Director, Department of Urology, Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital
Focus: Nerve-sparing retropubic radical prostatectomy (microsurgery), Open Microsurgical Prostatectomy (NeuroSAFE Technique), ...
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Prof. Dr. med. Bruno-Marcel Mackert
Prof. Dr. med. Bruno-Marcel Mackert
Director, Department of Neurology with Stroke Unit, Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital
Focus: Internationally recognised expert in the field of stroke, peripheral nervous system diseases and clinical electrophysiology, ...
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Dr. med. Karin Lehrich
Dr. med. Karin Lehrich
Head of Urological Laser Center, Vivantes Auguste Viktoria Hospital
Focus: Laser surgery, Endoscopic laser surgery of the lower and upper urinary tract (Holmium, Thulium laser), Laser-Enucleation of the Prostate (HoLEP, ThuLEP)
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