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Dr. Rüdiger Heicappell, MD, Professor of Urology

Asklepios Klinikum Uckermark, Berlin, Germany

9.3

Excellent

Qunoscore

93% would recommend

Practising since 1983

Video consultations available

About Dr. Rüdiger Heicappell

Dr. Heicappel holds board certifications in Urology, Urologic Surgery, and Andrology for almost 30 years. He is specialized in therapy of urologic cancer as well as the treatment of erectile dysfunction, and male fertility. Moreover, Dr. Heicappell is a Professor of Urology at Freie Universität Berlin and currently serves as an academic teacher at the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, Poland.

12500

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37

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English, German

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Education (3)

Career & Professional activities (9)

Qunoscore

9.3

Excellent

Qunoscore

Dr. Rüdiger Heicappell, MD, Professor of Urology has achieved 28 out of 35 points and is awarded with a Qunoscore of 9.3, Excellent.

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Am Klinikum 1, 16303 Schwedt/Oder, Deutschland
Schwedt/Oder, Germany

Asklepios was founded in 1985 and is today Europe's largest privately family-owned clinic operator with around 150 health care facilities. Their entrepreneurial activities have always been aimed at providing future-oriented medicine for all patients entrusted to their care, based on the highest quality standards. They are represented in Germany with medical facilities in 14 federal states.

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