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Obstetrics

Senior physician: Dr. Eckhard Röhrig

Obstetrics are one of three focal points at Dr. Geisenhofer Women's Clinic. Every year, around 2500 babies see the light of day for the first time in our Clinic. This makes us one of Germany’s leaders in this area. The safety but also the sense of security and well-being of mother and child are our top priority.

Thanks to our specialist 24/7 care for the mother and our neonatal intensive care unit with specially trained neonatal nursing staff and paediatricians for the newborn, we are able to guarantee the greatest possible safety for mother and child.

The ambience of the former city palace of the noble Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen family, the bright rooms with countryside views, the caring nursing staff, our consistently lauded kitchen and naturally, our unique location in the Englischer Garten round out our feel-good atmosphere.

Many years of experience, the best professional qualifications and a highly motivated team are all guarantors of a smooth procedure.

Four comfortable delivery rooms are at your disposal.

Neonatal intensive care unit

More than 200 premature and newborn infants receive intensive medical care at Dr. Geisenhofer Women's Clinic every year. This takes place in our perinatal centre, which is physically located adjacent to the delivery room. This guarantees acute care in the delivery room and, where necessary, enables the transfer of the newborn by the shortest route possible.

A perinatal centre requires not only a physical location, but the constant presence of neonatologists (paediatricians) and paediatric nurses.

We are thus able to adequately provide for sudden or neonatal emergencies at any time.

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Caesarean section

In the event of any deviation in the normal course of birth, all of the possibilities of modern medicine are readily available to us in order to ensure a safe delivery for your child and you.

A Caesarean section can be performed either before the start of actual delivery or during childbirth, where required by the medical condition of the child or mother, or where the birth must be completed as rapidly as possible.

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