Dr. Arie Schwartz traveled from New York to Hamburg for a gamma-probe guided lymph node removal.
Dr. Arie Schwartz traveled from New York to Hamburg for a gamma-probe guided lymph node removal.
The evaluations of our guests are of great importance to us. They guarantee the transparency of our achievements and contribute to internal quality assessment. We are very proud that 98% of our guests would recommend the clinic to their friends and relatives - for us, a compliment second to none.
We are very proud that 98 % of our patients would recommend the Martini-Klinik to friends and relatives.
Prof. Dr. Hartwig Huland
Founder of the Martini-Klinik
I left the Martini-Klinik yesterday on the 12th December 2023 after 6 days of my life that went so unbelievably fast.
I am 55 had a PSA of 49 and 12 positive cores on my Biopsy.
Gleason 8, stage 3 advanced.
Thrown into unwanted education on the subject of "prostate cancer" on August 29th.
After a clear bone scan and CT scan, I finally forced myself to STOP driving myself crazy doing research and this was helped massively by the kind and knowledgeable team at the Martini klinik.
7 hours away from me, my early contact was obviously by telephone, kindess and reassurance in abundance that settled my frenetic state of mind on more than one occasion.
From the moment I checked in on 7th December until the day i checked out on the 12th ALL the staff, medical, clerical, catering, auxiliary, you name it, were kind caring and sympathetic.
The technology and means to battle cancer is important obviously BUT the support at an emotional level toward the patient is immensely important and the Martini klinik, in my experience have this totally understood and in control.
I'm so grateful to All the staff, who I encountered during my stay, too many to mention.
My surgeon, proffesor Tobias maureur was happy with how my surgery went and now I wait pathology reports.
Whatever outcomes follow on from here good or bad, I can honestly say I was very happy to have had my surgery here.
Little pain and alot of love and good care by an amazing group of people.
My journey continues on now, but I have a good platform to build on physically and emotionally.
Thank you once again Martini-klinik. ♥
A Clinic that deserves the highest rating!
After a biopsy, i was diagnosed with prostate cancer, at that time I was 47 years old. As the tumor grew, two years later surgery was performed with Robot and the prostate was removed.
I want to thank Prof. Graefen and his entire team for the professionally performed surgery. I want to thank the entire team of the Clinic, doctors, nurses, who took care of me as if I were their closest family member. I am returning to a normal, fulfilling life very quickly. PSA below detectable limit.
I have nothing but the highest praise for the Martini-Klinik in Hamburg-Eppendorf.
Anyone who is considering this Klinik for prostate surgery has likely seen the statistics (https://www.martini-klinik.de/en/klinik/outcomes): even in comparison to the best places in the world, the Martini Clinic excels and is at the top in every category of recovery from cancer survival to urinary and sexual function. They use not only the most modern and proven methods with highly trained and skilled surgeons, performing more operations per year than anywhere else, but they do so in a university research setting, recording their data, evaluating it, in decades-long studies to assess their performance, methods, surgeons, and techniques, always aiming to improve or shore up any weaknesses - which means they have few of the latter (https://eithealth.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/EIT-Health-HVC-Forum-Case-Study-Martini-Klinik.pdf).
However, what can't be measured from these external numbers and programs is how exceptional the patient care and doctor/nurse attention that goes into each and every patient. The hospital environment is of course functional and sterile when it needs to be, but they go to great lengths to make it much more "home like". The staff are incredibly supportive. They not only of course have seen just about everything that can happen in recovery for this type of surgery because of the volume of patients, but every staff member I encountered was attentive, caring, and professional to a degree I've never seen in other hospital experiences. This goes a very long way to helping the other key healing process - the patient's psychology - which affects the rest of the body as well.
For myself, my recovery has been according to their schedule - which means far in advance of recoveries expected in a general clinical setting around the world. "Knock on wood", four months out from my surgery, I can only honestly say I am both relieved and grateful to be where I am now with my body - cancer free and functional. I have my scars - body and mind - from a cancer diagnosis that of course I carry with me. But that is part of the journey, and one that the Martini Clinic made as good as can be possible with modern medicine.
I would not only recommend the Martini Clinic for prostate-related surgeries, but I would venture to say that one would be crazy not to go there if circumstances permit it. My wish is for more people to know of its existence. For foreigners like myself (I currently work in Germany), the fluent English (and other languages that are spoken) made the experience far easier as well (https://www.martini-klinik.de/en/contact).
I hope the Klinik can continue to foster this kind of care for a very long time. It is unique and special, and a great contribution to public health.
My sincere thanks to the Klinik as a whole from the food staff to the nurses and doctors, Prof. Haese (my surgeon: www.martini-klinik.de/klinik/team/faculty/prof-haese) for his exceptional work, lifetime of research and teaching and accessibility before and after surgery, Beate Jark for her overtime work in administration and helping me get answers to my many medical and non-medical questions, and the many nurses during the day and at night who responded to my post-surgery needs and issues. It's a huge team effort and they all deserve a gold medal (https://www.martini-klinik.de/klinik/team/pflege-team).
…I want to thank Professor Dr. Steuber and the whole MARTINI-KLINIK-TEAM
for giving me hope in this very difficult time.
Me and my family felt very lucky and humbled when I was accepted
into one of the World‘s leading prostate cancer programs.
Throughout the whole process I was kept totally informed about the ongoing procedures.
We want to thank the whole team for the empathy shown to us.
I felt wonderfully cared for!
Seven days after my prostatectomy and lymphadectomy I can confirm
It was a success!
Looking forward, we will continue to abide by the panels recommendations
on further treatments.
It goes without saying that we would highly recommend the MARTINI-KLINIK to those seeking the best medical care available.
C. und K. H. M.
I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer last autumn at 57 years old. It came as an unpleasant shock “out of nowhere” to disrupt my active family, social and business life. The good news was that it was treatable and potentially curable. As a scientist I submerged myself in research on treatment options and outcomes and it was during this process I came across the Martini Klinik and in particular a publication from the group detailing long term results for prostatectomies for nearly 11,000 men. The data on oncological outcome and functional outcomes was very convincing, and as I did more research I was impressed by the specialization model that the Klinik was built on resulting in deep expertise and an emphasis on a robust quality assurance program. As I live in Canada it was a little logistically daunting to plan a trip like this, but the administration at the Klinik and UKE were fabulous so I made my decision and flew to Hamburg in February. Professor Graefen (Maestro!) performed my procedure using the DaVinci robot on Feb 23rd 2023.
Everything about my stay at the Martini Klinik was fantastic. The nursing staff was as you would expect highly trained in the care of patients post prostatectomy but in addition were kind, patient (I had lots of questions), cheerful and fun! I had lots of conversations not only about my recovery, but Hamburg, bikes, music etc. The rooms were very comfortable. I had a balcony, and even in February there were sunny afternoons where it was warm enough to sit outside and read. The food, and the charming food staff, were great. The procedure day itself was excellent – although I was somewhat anxious, the pre-operative procedures were so smooth, well-run and optimized that I found myself able to relax somewhat. Afterwards, Professor Graefen came by that evening to provide a synopsis of a successful procedure and my recovery began.
On day 5 my catheter was removed and to my joy I was continent straight away. Discharged the next day and spent a week walking (slowly) around the beautiful city of Hamburg. Abdominal discomfort rather than pain, I never needed any strong pain medication. I flew back to Canada in March.
Four months on, I’m now fully recovered. I’m hiking, backpacking, cycling, going to the gym and enjoying life. I should mention that potency also returned quite quickly after the procedure, which was great!
Professor Graefen and the team at the Martini Klinik gave me my life back and preserved my quality of life. I look back on my stay at the Klinik with fondness, which under the circumstances may be surprising. Words can’t fully describe the gratitude I feel for this group of dedicated and compassionate professionals, so I’ll simply say: THANK YOU!
I want to express my greatest appreciation for the Excellent treatment at the Martini-Klinik and surgery early February. I had been diagnosed with prostata cancer just before Christmas and Although the doctors had explained it was not aggressive, surgery was necessary. Having reviewed the statistics together with my wife, we selected the Martini-Klinik through Evidia in Norway. From the day of arrival until I left, everything was perfect. Of course big thanks to professor Heinzer for the operation, Anne Braathen who explained everything on the day of arrival, in Norwegian, and Joy Schroeder and the nurses who helped me get back on my feet. And the food was excellent! The operation was successful and now 6 weeks later I am regaining control, and I am back to work. I would highly recommend the Martini-klinik. There is Nothing more important than your health. I was impressed by the professionalism and «Ordnung muss sein»! Also, for anyone who´s reading this, pls take it seriously if you get an indication of prostata cancer. Don’t wait. I also have to thank my wife for pushing me ahead, carrying luggage back to Stavanger and nursing at home. Happy wife, happy life!
AUF Wiedersehen! Thanks again!
After a week in Martini-Klink I want to say a big THANK YOU to Professor Dr Graefen and his team who really take care of me on the best way!
The way you you took care of me before, under and after the operation is world class!
My expectations were high but you exceeded them.
Good food, personal service by nice nurses and an extra plus for the wine in the evening is something you even can’t dream of in Sweden.
You gave me back my life and a nice week in Germany.
Michael S from Karlsruhe Operation Dec 15. I researched many Prostate Cancer Hospitals worldwide and decided on the Martini-Klinik based on their published metrics, the total number of operations completed every year and their positive reviews. It has been nearly two months since my operation, and I am certain I made the best choice. It was obvious from the moment I arrived at the clinic that I was receiving the best care available anywhere. The entire staff is attentive, professional and have the highest standards. I want to especially recognize Professor Salomon for the excellent operation he performed. After the operation, he spoke with me on two occasions to give me important information and answer all my questions. I am certain, without any doubt, that I received the best care available from any surgeon worldwide from Professor Salomon. Cancer is serious and a heavy burden for a patient. The doctors and nurses who provide care before and after an operation are very important to the physical and mental condition of a patient. The difference between a very good hospital and an excellent hospital is based on the dedication and commitment of the entire staff. I can, without hesitation, say that the Martini-Klinik is an excellent hospital. The best of the best. The entire staff was outstanding, and I am very grateful for the wonderful care they provided. I am mentioning the following persons because I remember their respective names. Agata Price, Caroline Schuetz, Dirk Weichenhain. I do not know the family names of the following persons. Adrianna and Sebastian. Martini-Klinik, Thank you!
One of the hardest things in life is facing a cancer diagnosis. After the decision for surgery, there are concerns about what comes after it. I searched the web for a long time for information about the best prostate surgery clinics and finally decided on yours. Now I can say that it was one of the best decisions of my life. I will never forget the high level of professionalism and friendliness of the clinic staff from the time I entered the clinic to the time I left. Special thanks goes to Prof. Graefen, who performed the surgery and made it possible that I would be able to live normally after the surgery. I don’t wish anyone to go through my experience, but I will recommend your clinic to anyone who will have to deal with this disease like I did. Sincere thanks for everything.
It's now been 11 weeks since my successful surgery done by Dr. Haese. My first PSA was undetectable which is the most important. In my case I was fully continent directly after catheter removal. Still struggling with ED but things are slowly moving towards the better and according to plan. I'm of course very thankful towards Dr. Haese who was the tip of the spear during this journey. But for me it is equally important to thank all the people I met during my time at the Martini-Klinik. From the first contact with the helpful administration staff to the last nurses who helped me with the departure. Being in a foreign country and preparing for an operation whose outcome you do not know is a vulnerable situation. The days after surgery can be difficult even if the procedure was performed by a world-class surgeon. Throughout this process, the staff at the Martini-Klinik were helpful, professional and empathetic. I felt safe the whole time I was there. I also appreciated that I could talk to other patients who were in the same situation and share experiences both before and after the procedure. So many thanks to everyone I met at the Martini-Klinik for doing what was required, or in most cases, much more than that. With great gratitude. Patrik 49 years old from Sweden
I travelled 1/2 way around the world from Australia to be treated by the renowned Professer Graefen. From the moment of admission to the last day (8 days in total) nothing was left wanting.
A huge thank you to all nurses as well. I would 100% recommend the Clinic to my friends back home. This care and the procedure in nerve saving is so valuable.
Thanks so much again Professor M. Graefen.
First, to express my gratitude towards Prof. Dr. Graefen and his entire team.
Thank you very much Prof. Dr. Graefen for your professionalism and kindness. Prior surgery, I had a prostate fusion biopsy at Martini-Klinik performed by Dr. Yamini Nagaraj, who was extremely attentive and empathetic. I want to thank to Dr. med. Franziska von Breunig, anesthesiologist, who looked after me during and after the surgery with great care. Thank you also to all the nurses for their professionalism and empathy, their support was vital in the recovery after surgery. They helped me to try to become independent as soon as possible.
The second reason I wrote this review is to share my experience hoping that it would be useful for people receiving the diagnosis of prostate cancer. To be honest, when hearing the diagnosis, I was more afraid about the morbidity of the treatment than the evolution of the disease and my survival. Quality of life may be more important than life itself. I had no symptoms, I felt well, just the PSA level was increasing and eventually, no surprise that the diagnosis came like an earthquake that changed all my life and all my thoughts.
I began asking, reading and researching on the internet to find the best treatment choice for me. It was hard to decide between prostatectomy and some kind of radiotherapy. It even crossed my mind that maybe it would be better to go on with my life and to postpone the treatment. I was working and enjoying life and was horrified by the perspective of possible major changes in my life in many aspects.
Although I am a doctor, it was hard to compare the results of the different methods cited in the medical literature. I tried to find forums on this subject and the experiences I read about on there were not optimistic.
Convinced by the philosophy of the Martini-Klinik: doing one thing and doing it excellent, by their huge experience by far the largest in the world and their results, I followed Prof. Dr. Graefen recommendation and got scheduled for surgery.
Organisation was perfect. Surgery went well, with negative margin and bilateral nerve sparing. Prof. Dr. Graefen told me that everything went as planned. He answered to all my questions and he explained me in detail the postoperative histologic result. The recovery took few days and I was puzzled and amazed seeing colleagues that seemed older than me recovering even faster and walking soon after surgery in the hospital garden. The urethral catheter was removed after 5 days and after another 2 days I had fully continence and erection. Fabulous! I soon went home and in less than 3 weeks from surgery I was back to work. I felt fine prior surgery, but now I am feeling somehow better because maybe I am relieved of the diagnosis and possible post-surgery morbidity.
Even now I cannot believe how extraordinary I am feeling. Of course I am aware that it is not the same for everyone, but it can also be like this and that is why I wanted to testify. I wish you to never have medical problems, but if you are unfortunate to have prostate cancer, go to Hamburg, go to the Martini-Klinik and follow their advice. They are the best. Thank you very much!
In February 2022 I was diagnosed with prostate cancer, I had been on active surveillance for some years but now there seemed a sudden urgency. My urologist at the time had proposed Brachytherapy which he would perform but my GP urged me to seek other opinions, thankfully I did.
Following consultations with other urologists it was suggested by more than one doctor that I contact the Martini Klinik Hamburg in respect to robotic radical prostatectomy and I’m glad I did. I spent some time on their website read the reviews just as you are doing now, saw the videos and decided to call the Klinik. The onboarding team were fantastic they were friendly, helpful, patient and extremely understanding. I was sent forms to fill out and tests to do as soon as possible. Within days they had organised a telephone consultation with Professor Dr Markus Graefen and my mind was made up. I was booked in for surgery on the 8 April 2022 with Professor Dr Greafen.
The weeks leading up to me traveling to Hamburg I felt anxious and to be quiet honest down but once I got there an unexpected calmness came over me. It didn’t take long for me to realise that I arrived at a finely tuned and very well organised Klinik. Based on my experience if you are looking for a Klinik with a fantastic support team, extremely kind and caring nurses that go out of their way to comfort you, doctors,anesthesiologists and high volume surgeons that you can put your trust in I believe the Martini-Klinik Hamburg is it.
My thanks and appreciation go out to Professor Dr Graefen and his team for their great care and attention. And to you the reader, whatever you decide to do , I wish you well.
I am an American residing in the Rheinland-Pfalz who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in April of 2021. My urologist explained in detail the treatment options which were opened to me, with a particular emphasis on the care I could receive at the Martini-Klinik. She insisted: "They are the best in the world." I considered the options and decided that a radical prostatectomy at the Martini-Klinik would be the most prudent decision. My urologist put me in contact with the clinic. I was concerned that my poor command of German would be a hindrance in the organizing stages but I was relieved to find that Frau Steinhauer (my contact at the clinic) was more than adequate to the task of preparing my initial consultation. When I told her that I had not researched matters to the point of selecting a surgeon, she told me that she could do that for me. Given the clinic's reputation I felt no qualms. Within a few days of my conversation with Frau Steinhauer, I had a consultation with Prof. Dr. Graefen, who has had the time to review all of my records. We had a long conversation during which he explained the exact nature of the intervention I was about to undergo. Dr. Graefen took great pains to emphasize that the immediate accessibility of a laboratory made it possible to make informed choices as to the degree of invasiveness of the intervention. (For example should some of the lymph nodes be removed.) The professional poise of Frau Steinhauer and the calm assurance of Dr. Graefen comforted me in my choice. In late July of 2021 I checked into the clinic. All the procedures which had been described in previously received reading material were followed almost to the letter. It was clear that I was one of many patients who had been processed, yet the personnel was so friendly and attentive that I felt quite at ease and relaxed when, on the day following my admission, I underwent the operation. The day after the operation, Dr. Graefen told me that everything went very well and that I should preserve continence and potency. All I had to do was follow the direction of the staff (phenomenally kind and helpful) and wait a few days. I considered returning home before the catheter had been removed, but I thought it best to wait until I was through the full recommended treatment. That turned out to be a great decision. When I left the clinic (7 nights) I was in fine spirits and able to convey fully to Dr. Graefen and the rest of the staff how grateful I was, and remain, for all that they did for me leading up to and during my stay at the clinic. A radical prostatectomy is a procedure which sends shivers down the spine of many men. If you are shivering, contact the Martini-Klinik and give serious consideration to placing yourself in the hands of a truly magnificent collective.
I would like to thank Prof. Graefen and his entire team for an excellent experience at the Martini-Klinik in Hamburg.
Most importantly, the surgery performed by Prof. Graefen was successful for which I cannot thank him enough! In addition, Prof. Graefen provided highly valuable pre- and post-surgery advice which proved to be very reassuring and calming.
The postoperative care from each of the prostate cancer-specialized doctors, nurses and service personnel was simply outstanding, and they significantly contributed to my quick recovery. A heartfelt thank you to them for their professionalism, passion and patience!
While some hospitals release their patients after this invasive surgery already after a couple of days, the Martini-Klinik typically does it after one week which is a significant benefit versus dealing with the regular post-surgery issues alone at home.
The facility feels very intimate, personal and comfortable and - yet - has the benefit of being connected to the large Hamburg university hospital. Actually - given the great success of the Martini-Klinik - they are expanding into a new building which is currently being constructed.
The Martini-Klinik’s high degree of specialization, large number of surgeries and close tracking of results provide great confidence that its surgeons, doctors and nurses have seen any particular case attribute before and can recommend the best possible treatment available.
In summary, I can wholeheartedly recommend the Martini-Klinik - no matter where someone lives.
I am now safely back home in Norway and would like to thank all the staff at Martini-Klinik with whom I have been in contact for a fantastic service, professionalism and dedication during my stay. I am impressed by many aspects of the clinic’s operation. Of course, the “technical” knowledge and skill regarding the operation itself, but also how the entire stay is organised and what I experienced as a very good working environment which leads to a pleasant atmosphere for patients who are, after all, patient in a difficult situation. The same applies to partners, in my case my wife, who felt equally well taken care of.
Best wishes and thank you
Now that I am at home recovering from surgery, I wish to thank Prof Dr Salomon and the entire team for the excellent treatment and caring attitude throughout my stay in the clinic and afterwards. I would recommend the Martini Klinik to any friend who is diagnosed with prostate cancer.
As a Young (51) patient I had a lot to lose in regarding potency and continence. For this reason my local hospital advised against surgery, as they evaluated my cancer as ”low risk”.
However, a second opinion from a local professor advised to get the surgery soon, and mentioned that the Martini-Klinik surgeons are ”World Class”, due to their very extensive experience. In my hospital in Denmark 5-10 surgeons make a total of 220 prostatectomies per year. At Martini, 9 surgeons make 2200! In addition, I found lots of scientific articles, showing that Martini-Klinik doctors are fully up to date on new developments within their area of expertise.
On the last day of January 19, Prof. Graefen removed my prostate. After 4 days with a catheter and an extra day to make sure everything was OK, I returned home.
I was continent from day one and when tested after 2 weeks, the potency had suffered no damage whatsoever! The histology showed, that I had come at the last minute, -despite the advice from my local hospital, to do Active Surveillance!
Every case of prostate cancer is unique, but my advice for other young patients is to go ahead with the surgery. This will give you the best possible chances controlling the cancer and the Martini surgeons can do the surgery very well, leaving you with good quality of life afterwards.
In addition to Prof. Graefen, I would like to thank the nurses at station one, especially Claus, Joy, Ann and Elke. Thanks for good care and good talks.
A cancer diagnosis is devastating and the need for reassurance and confidence in what lies ahead is overwhelming. Having read about the Martini-Klinik on the website, and later having consulted Prof. Dr. Graefen, I felt sure that the Martini-Klinik was the right solution for me. Having undergone a prostatectomy, superbly performed by Prof. Dr. Salomon and his team, and having received the treatment and care in the week to follow at the clinic, I am completely convinced, and will recommend to anyone in the unfortunate situation of needing treatment for prostate cancer to seek consultation and treatment at the Martini-Klinik. Professionalism, unparalleled surgical experience, incredible thoroughness and personalized treatment in both care and follow-up consultations, and kindness from every single member of the staff, no matter which function, are all hallmarks of the Martini-Klinik. In my case nerves were spared on one side, the catheter was removed on the 5th day after surgery and I have been completely continent from day 6 after surgery.
I feel privileged and grateful. A mere thank you seems inadequate and disproportionate, but nevertheless: a warm and heartfelt Thank You!
To Prof. Dr. Georg Salomon and all the staff on private ward 1 and to Martini-Klinik
I wanted to express my thanks and appreciation for the wonderful treatment and care you all showed to me following my open retropubic prostatectomy.
First of all I would like to thank to Prof. Dr. Georg Salomon. I visited Prof. Salomon on October 2018 to ask about possibility of the focal therapy of my tumour. He ordered a fusion biopsy, which was made in three weeks by Dr med. Yamini Nagaraj. Unfortunately result of the biopsy excluded focal therapy and Prof. Salomon explained me that open retropubic prostatectomy will be the best treatment for me. From our first contact Prof. Salomon emanated with professionalism, calmness as well as great warmth and optimism. It helped me very much to take immediately decision to be treated in Martini -Klinik. Operation and postoperative care provide by Prof. Salomon was simply “magic” and helped me a lot to survive this difficult period. Results of operation were excellent - nerve sparing and negative margin. Pathologic report was also gracious for me and I have the very big chance to be cured (I was impressed the quality of this report as well as short time of its preparation). Catheter was removed on fourth day after operation and I was discharged on day no six. From the beginning I had good urination control (problems only during changing of position) and on 13th day after operation I almost control urination completely. For me it was a great honour, pleasure and luck to meet Prof. Salomon and I am very thankful that he agreed to treat me.
In this place I would like to thank to Dr med. Franziska von Breunig – anaesthesiologist who took care for me during and after operation.
I want to thank a lot to all nurses for caring for me when I was helpless in the days immediately following the operation and also gave me the support and encouragement I needed to take my first steps on the road to my rehabilitation which meant so much to me. Professionalism, heart and patience of nurses in Martini-Klinik is very impressive. Especially that they have to follow many demanding medical procedures. Despite the perfect care it is important that patients are trained to be independent as soon as possible. I did not expect how it is important, when I had to use the urethral catheter.
I would like also to thank all medical doctors working in the ward no 1 and particularly thank Dr. Lara Franziska Stolzenbach who provided a lot of support to control my postoperative complaints.
I want also to thank to Mr. Alexander Krueger – psychologist, who explained me a lot of important issues concerning my life after operation.
Also catering and service personnel was perfect and touching, thank you very much for all your efforts. By the way, it is interesting that in a lounge every afternoon is served fantastic cake, red and white wine, sparkling wine and beer. Visitors and patients can better enjoy postoperative period.
It is also very important that Martini Klinik provides patients with all necessary equipment during a stay. Patients should only have gym suit or 1 size bigger comfortable clothes (belly circumference could be increased after operation). Families and friends can visit patients all the time, close to the Martini Klinik is located Dorint hotel, which is very suitable for such purpose.
I am sorry when I forgot to mention somebody but thank you all once again for all your care and support.
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