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Internal Medicine - Oncology

Dr. med. Gerlinde Michl

born 1958 in Siegsdorf/Lower Bavaria
1975 - 1996 Worked as a nurse
1990 - 1996 Academic studies of human medicine, Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich
1997 – 2002 Training to become a specialist for internal medicine, with special focus on haematology and medical oncology, LMU Munich
2000 Conferral of the doctorate
2003 Admitted as specialist for internal medicine
2003 - 2004 Worked as specialist at the Outpatient Clinic for Haemaology and Medical Oncoloy, LMU Munich
2004 – 2007 Senior physician at the Traunstein Hospital, division for medical oncology
2005 Award of the sub-specialisation for haematology and medical oncology
2006 – 2009 Continuing education in palliative care
seit 2006 Cooperation in various task forces of the Tumour Centre Munich (TMZ) as well as in various interdisciplinary tumour boards
2007 Set-up of a private practice

Co-author of various technical publications (including tumour manuals of the TZM) and author of book chapters.


Sollner Str. 65 b
81479 München
Phone: +49 89 2555 757 92
Fax: +49 89 2555 757 93
e-Mail: info@mediplex-muenchen.de


The specialist practice for haematology and oncology of Dr. Gerlinde Michl

provides the entire diagnostic and therapeutic range of services associated with modern oncology. Aside from superior professional competence, the practice is characterised by a relaxing and pleasant atmosphere.

In addition to professional care, Dr. Michl attaches great importance to the support of her patients for the emo-tional coping with their disease. Her consultation and care approach includes the patient’s family, establishes contacts with self-help groups and consulting services, psycho-oncologists and home care services and takes into account the patient’s respective personal and professional environment.

Dr. Michl’s treatment philosophy is based on the pretence to treat every patient individually based on the latest scientific insights gained by evidence-based medicine. For this purpose, a therapy concept is developed which takes into account the patient’s respective concomitant illnesses as well as the personal situation.

This type of virtually all-encompassing care concept also applies to the field of palliative medicine; active and comprehensive care for patients and their family once the illness is no longer curable.

To be able to offer the latest treatment approaches, Dr. Michl helps her patients enrol in various national and international therapeutic studies. In addition, Dr. Michl is a member of different interdisciplinary tumour boards and closely cooperates with the Tumour Centre Munich (TMZ). This is the reason why she is always up to date on the latest scientific insights associated with cancer therapy and actively contributes to the development of new approaches.

To ensure rapid and targeted diagnostic procedures and the immediate introduction of the respective therapy, the practice features its own laboratory. The day clinic is another important component of the practice in which the necessary infusion therapies can be administered. Dr. Michl is supported by a team of experienced nurses. For the optimal care of her patients, she additionally attaches great importance to the close exchange with her colleagues from the general practitioner’s practices and hospitals in charge of the patients.

Dr. Michl hopes to make her patients and their families feel that they are in good, trustworthy hands and to cre-ate the best possible framework conditions to help them overcome their disease.

Dr. Michl is caring for patients with statutory and private health insurance coverage. Her practice is certified ac-cording to the quality management DIN EN ISO 9001:2000.



  • Differential diagnostic clarification
  • Haematological emergency laboratory testing
  • Bone marrow punctures
  • Evaluation of blood and bone marrow smears
  • Coordination of all diagnostic procedures
  • Classification of disease stages
  • Provision of second opinions
  • Consultations
  • Tumour follow-ups
  • Ultrasound imaging
  • ECG


  • Enrolment in therapeutic studies
  • Customised therapeutic overall concepts
  • Chemotherapy with concomitant therapy
  • Immunotherapy (antibody therapy, etc.)
  • Endocrinous therapy (anti hormone therapy)
  • Targeted therapy, e.g. using tyrosine kinases
  • Transfusion of blood products
  • Administration of blood growth factors
  • Pain management
  • Nutrition therapy
  • Complementary therapy
  • Ascites puncture
  • Pleural puncture

Day Clinic

Social and psychological support

  • Advice and care with the inclusion of family members
  • Contact with self-help groups and consulting services
  • Contact with care services, pastors and psycho-oncologists
  • Contact with the health insurances
  • Acquisition of resources


Professional Association of German Specialists for Internal Medicine (BDI)
Professional Association of Haematologists and Oncologists with a Private Practice (BNHO)
German Cancer Association (DKG)
Task Force for Medical Oncology (AIO) of the German Cancer Association (DKG)
Co-operation partner of the Centre for Intestinal Disorders at Maria-Theresia Hospital Munich
Co-operation partner of the Centre for Intestinal Disorders at the Großhadern Clinic of LMU Munich (starting in March 2010)