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About Medical Centre Rogaška.

Rogaška Slatina is a small spa town with exceptional healing springs. It is located in a beautiful landscape with a mild climate. It successfully combines tradition with modern trends. In the past it was discovered by many prominent guests. Today it offers excellent services for your health, beauty and relaxation. Numerous hotels in the heart of the wonderful spa park welcome guests from all around the world. The Medical centre Rogaška is continuously developing excellent medical programmes based on Rogaška Slatina’s natural resources. The key goals of all visitors to Rogaška Slatina are health and wellbeing.

In the Medical centre Rogaška a team of top and world-renowned professionals looks after your health: specialist gastroenterologists, cardiologists, internists, dermatologists, urologists, orthopaedists, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, aesthetic plastic surgeons, vein surgeons, ophthalmologists, nutritionists, physiotherapists, nurses and masseurs/masseuses. Unique natural resources and state-of-the-art equipment help them in their work.

Top Facts.

• The first analysis of the water of Rogaška had already been made by the renowned alchemist Leonhardt Thurneysser in 1579. He found five ingredients in the water: gold, “bergkler”, sulphur, a magnet and raging water.

• When Count Peter Zrinski was cured after drinking the water of Rogaška in the 17th century, doctors became so fascinated that they began examining the effects of the water. Soon afterwards they began bottling the water due to its therapeutic effects and the first modern medicinal institution was founded in the beginning of the 19th century.

• In 1685 the first monograph focusing on Rogaška mineral water was published. At that time, only one similar publication existed – a monograph focusing on the Belgian Spa mineral water.

• The first permanent doctor began residing in Rogaška Slatina at the initiative of Count Ferdinand Attems n 1804. He cooperated with renowned doctors and professors from Graz, Vienna and Budapest. 


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