Contact: +48 41 367 4340
Doctors’ offices: +48 41 367 4343, +48 41 367 4341, +48 41 367 4342
Nurses’ office: +48 41 367 4496, +48 41 367 4497
Head of the Department: Jacek Haduch, MD, specialist in general and oncological surgery.
The Department offers 34 beds (single and triple sickrooms with separate bathrooms) as well as two surgical dressing rooms.
The Department comprises:
Surgical Oncology Clinic,
Outpatient Ostomy Clinic.
The Department has a highly qualified and experienced team of specialist doctors and oncology nurses. In 2015 we were awarded the certificate of Senologic International Society required for the Breast Cancer Unit. We use the latest diagnostic equipment including CT, 1.5 and 3 tesla MRI, PET and Nuclear Medicine Department (determination of sentinel lymph nodes using radiotracer). We use molecular (genetic) diagnostics in the decision-making process concerning patients’ treatment.
We provide diagnosis and treatment in the following areas:
general surgery in a limited scope,
The scope of performed operations:
cancers of endocrine organs,
breast cancer (we have been performing a full range of breast cancer treatments including breast reconstructions using implants and patients’ own tissue),
skin cancer (including melanoma and sarcomas).
We offer interdisciplinary treatments in cooperation with the Department of Urology and Gynecology.
We provide combination therapy in collaboration with the Department of Radiotherapy, Chemotherapy and Brachytherapy, which secures the best effects of cancer treatment. Endocrine surgeries of thyroid, parathyroid with intraoperative PTH determination and adrenal cancers as well as neuroendocrine cancers are performed in patients diagnosed and prepared in the Department of Endocrinology. We offer the opportunity to continue treatment at the Radioactive Iodine Therapy Unit. We have modern 3D laparoscopic equipment including harmonic knives, a water knife, devices for thermal ablation and thermal resection of the liver. During the procedure, we are able to perform intraoperative testing.
Each surgery is preceded by a consultation with a doctor, who informs the patient about the course of the surgery, the risks associated with it, possible complications as well as further treatment and rehabilitation. Each patient is treated individually selecting the optimal course of treatment, ensuring the best use of current medical knowledge, combining experience with the precision of cancer surgery. The department is accredited for specialized training programs (4 places).
Department of Surgical Oncology
Contact: +48 41 367 4340