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Practice Schickenhof
Dear patients, Here you will be welcomed from Mondays to Wednesdays and Fridays by Dr. med. Jens Röther, specialist in internal medicine and cardiology. Dr. med. Röther received almost all of his medical training at the Department of Cardiology and Angiology at the University Hospital Erlangen, Medical Director Prof. Achenbach, and most recently worked as a senior physician in the Medical Clinic at St. Theresienkrankenhaus Nürnberg under the direction of Prof. Ropers, where he was responsible, among other things, for the management of the cardiac catheterization laboratory. Address Schickenhof 6 90403 Nuremberg (in the Sebalder Hoefen) Consultation Hours Monday - Thursday 7:30 - 16:30 Friday 7:30 - 13:00 You can reach us at Tel: 0911/ 46 81 15 CV: Dr. med. Jens Röther Dr. med. Jens Röther was born in Freiburg im Breisgau and grew up mostly in the Black Forest. After studying medicine at Leipzig University Hospital and completing his doctorate, among others at Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA, he began his specialist training in Medical Clinic I II at Martha-Maria Hospital in Nuremberg and then moved on to further cardiological training at the University Hospital in Erlangen, where he became his specialist in internal medicine and did cardiology. Here he was able to get to know a very broad spectrum of cardiology and, in addition to the cardiological intensive care unit, looked after the university outpatient clinic, the echocardiographic laboratory, the pacemaker outpatient clinic and the department for cardiac computed tomography. During the training in the cardiac catheter laboratory, i.a. Cardiac catheterization and stent implantation performed. In addition to invasive cardiology, the research focus was also on modern heart imaging using cardiac computed tomography. Until March 2020, he worked as a cardiologist at the St. Theresienkrankenhaus in Nuremberg, where he managed the cardiac catheterization laboratory. Dr. Röther wrote several scientific articles and regularly took part in international conferences. The German Society for Cardiology awarded the additional qualifications for "Interventional Cardiology" and "Heart Failure" as well as a certificate for Cardiac Computed Tomography (SCCT-Level 2) from the American Society for Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. Dr. Röther lives in Nuremberg, is married and has two sons.
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