1. What kind of medical healthcare does the University Medical Center Mainz offer?
Our University Medical Center Mainz offers a comprehensive range of efficient and progressive medical healthcare, with special focus on:
- Organ transplantation
Transplantation of liver, pancreas, kidneys, bone marrow and cornea
- Tumour biology, in the fields of radio-oncology, haematology, pulmonology, urology,
gastroenterology, gynaecology, otorhinolaryngology, neurosurgery, orthopedics, pediatrics
and adolescent medicine, maxillofacial and oral surgery, dermatology and general surgery
- Cardiovascular medicine and cardiovascular surgery
2. Do I get help with administrative issues if I decide to come to the University Medical Center Mainz as an international patient?
Yes, our work includes treatment proposals, cost estimates, support in achieving medical visa, organizing translators (if necessary) and first appointments as well as invoicing. Our team works together with, professors and doctors, nurses and patient management, as well as financial departments.
3. What documents do I need to provide you with in advance or bring with me as an international patient?
The following things need to be done at home or are necessary to bring along:
- If relevant for your nationality: Apply for visa for medical treatment in Germany.
- Latest medical documents of the patient: Please bring all your medical reports, x-rays, CT and/or MR-images.
- If you already had a biopsy (if doctors took out a little piece of your body tissue) you may bring samples of this tissue with you. Normally, those samples are put in panels in order to save the tissue for further analyses.
- Please note our addmission check list for more information.
4. Where can I stay in Mainz if I want to accompany a patient or before/after my stay at the University Medical Center Mainz?
Please follow our link: Accommodation in Mainz.
5. How do I get to the University Medical Center Mainz?
Please follow our link to: How to find us