Prof. Thomas M. Stulnig, M.D.

Key Features

Private Practice in Internal Medicine with emphasis on Metabolic and Hormone (Endocrine) Diseases (e.g., Diabetes, Lipid Disorders, Thyroid)


Univ.Prof. Dr. Thomas Stulnig

Prof. Thomas M. Stulnig, MD MBA

"Competent and personal care is the primary goal of my work."

Prof. Stulnig is consultant at the University Clinics and General Hospital Vienna and sees patients in general internal medicine. He is a renowned international expert for metabolic and endocrine disorders (e.g., Diabetes, Lipid disorders, Thyroid disorders, Nutrition).

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Competence & Experience


Reliable diagnosis and consultation is guaranteed by Prof. Stulnig´s long-standing intensive clinical and scientific activities in internal medicine and the specialty "Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases" as a consultant at the General Hospital / University Clinics Vienna and the Karolinska Institute, Sweden.

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Personal Medicine

Medicine is far more than diagnostic instruments and drugs. Personal medicine goes beyond competent medical consultation. Prof. Stulnig balances diagnostic steps and therapeutic measures with your preferences. Personal medicine provides its highest benefit in long-term care for patients.

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Communicated Information

Prof. Stulnig places particular emphasis on explaining health problems and their consequences to his patients. He is deeply confident that therapeutic success is greatly enhanced when patients fully comprehend their health situation.

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Optimal care includes excellent service:

  • Availability by phone Mondays to Fridays from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Evening appointments for employed persons
  • Reminder on appointments on request
  • Provision of blood glucose meters and insulin pens including training
  • We speak German and English fluently

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Excellent Accessibility

Stadtplan mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln und Parkmöglichkeiten

Prof. Stulnig´s private practice is centrally located near the General Hospital Vienna and is easily approached by car or public transport (see Travel Information).

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We try to schedule our appointments accurately. Only in rare exceptions, patients have to wait for more than 30 minutes.

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