The scope of services of the surgical department includes general, visceral and trauma surgery, including children's traumatology.
General and visceral surgery includes operations on the stomach and duodenum, small intestine, colon, rectum, pancreas, gall bladder, thyroid and parathyroid glands.
Interventions on the lungs and liver are also limited. The whole range of abdominal wall fractures, such as umbilical, inguinal and postoperative hernia, undergo a surgical treatment in accordance with the latest data. New laparoscopic techniques, called loop surgery, are used to treat benign gallbladder diseases and appendectomy.
Also, in some lung diseases, keyhole techniques in the form of thoracoscopic surgery (chest mirroring) are used. Vascular surgery is performed to prevent stroke operations in the vessels supplying the brain.
Treatment of varicose veins is also an important part of vascular surgery using endoscopic techniques, such as endoscopy using video.
Together with the Department of Internal Medicine, implantations of all existing pacemakers are performed.