In 1970 two physicians in Arizona founded the first outpatient surgical practice. Patients were able to go straight home after treatment and did not have to remain in hospital as was customary at the time. At first the advantages were only seen as economic, being 80% cheaper than hospital treatment, but it quickly became apparent that there were so many other advantages that the practice of outpatient treatment spread quickly.

And so the era of outpatient treatment had begun. Today, outpatient operations have become routine practice. This development became possible by the use of modern and careful operation procedures, high safety standards and above all, innovative progress in anaesthetics. Unpleasant side effects such as nausea or drowsiness arise only rarely. Serious complications such as thrombosis or pulmonary embolisms are today the exception. Cases of dangerous infectious bacteria arise far less frequently with outpatient treatment than in hospitals. Outpatient practices have gained even more significance with ever increasing rationalisation of health services.

Here the physician can provide individual treatment to patients. His sense of service and quality of thinking means that he can dedicate himself entirely and personally to your health problem. Effectiveness, quality, cost consciousness and personal commitment distinguish outpatient practices in Germany today.

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