Medical Treatment in Vienna, Austria

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The most advanced medicine available in the world.

The most precise diagnosis and a Second Medical Opinion by internationally recognized leading professionals.

A tailored treatment program, to meet your individual needs.

The latest technology available.

First-rate medical facilities and services of outstanding quality.

Why Vienna?

Vienna, Austria is one of the most renowned medical destinations in Europe. Austria boasts internationally acclaimed hospitals and clinics which feature top-of-the-line technology and first-rate facilities. With over 20 million tourists each year, Austria is also known for its holistic wellness and medical clinics, natural mineral spas and rehabilitation centers.

Medical travelers from Eastern Europe come to Austria to take advantage of high levels of healthcare. Austrian Federal Hospitals Act has monitored healthcare quality since 1993 complimented with the local accreditation program guaranteeing that hospital operators maintain an assurance of quality.

In 2007, the European Health Consumer Index ranked Austria as being Europe’s most consumer-friendly healthcare system, it ranked in the top three in 2008 and was awarded the prestigious fourth place in 2009. According to Mercer’s 2011 Quality of Living ranking, Vienna placed No. 1 in the ranking, preceding major cities in Australia and New Zealand.

iMER Austria GmbH works with the leading Hospitals in Vienna

AKH. Medical University of Vienna

Rudolfinerhaus is the largest private hospital in ViennaOne of the largest hospitals in Europe with over six hundred years of top academic medical care. With more than 2,100 beds, 9,000 employees including 1,500 doctors AKH is the center of medical care in Vienna and in Austria.


Founded in 1882, this elegant and beautiful Rudolfinerhaus is the largest private hospital in Vienna! Rudolfinerhaus offers outstanding quality medical services in an atmosphere akin to a luxury hotel. Extensive medical facilities and first-rate patient comfort are key benefits.

Our patients speak

A letter by Lena Balbek, Ukraine:

At this point I would like to highlight the immense spirit and professionalism of Ms. Susan Hajek, Operational manager at iMER. From the first calls until long after I left Austria, Susan has been managing my case. At client service business, especially such challenging one, as medical tourism, personal approach to clients is crucially important. And iMER is very lucky to have Ms. Hajek in a team. While being at hospital, before and after surgery, Susan has been attentive to all my needs, to every tiny detail, available 24/7, handling all force-majours on the spot and what is very important to cancer clients: being supportive and understanding.


Why academic medicine?

iMER case management team assessing a caseiMER is committed to top Academic medicine – the branch of medicine pursued by doctors who engage in scholarly activities, providing clinical care, work under peer review, do research and teach simultaneously. “Academic medicine” is defined as the capacity of the system health care to think, study, research, discover, evaluate, innovate, teach, learn, and improve.

New discoveries in science offer tremendous opportunities, available to those academics who keep abreast with the latest developments in their field The weight of academic medicine to medical care has been extraordinary – new genetic technologies, rapid advances in cell and molecular biology, and imaging technologies ensure top quality medical care.

iMER Austria GmbH is collaborating with Medical University of Vienna International in providing top academic super specialized medical services.

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Patients’ Stories

Marat Gainullin arrived in Israel confined to a wheelchair. His colon was almost completely obstructed by colorectal cancer. Treatment was urgently required. Doctors in Bashkortostan  advised Marat Gainullin to undergo the surgery in Israel .  Howeverwhen the Israeli oncology specialists assessed his condition, it was determined that the colon cancer had progressed to a stage where surgery was not  recommended.   Doctor Igor Nemirovsky, the leading oncologist of the Moshe Sharett institute in the Hadassah Medical Center, examined the patient and determined Marat’s condition to