Dr. med. Michael Haug

Born in Stuttgart in 1963, Dr. med. Haug studied medicine at the University of Tübingen and completed his training as a urologist at the Diakonie-Klinikum in Stuttgart where he worked as a consultant. In 2005, he set up his own practice as a urologist in Vaihingen; in 2007, he and his friend and former colleague Heinz Peter Schimers set up a combined practice at Marienplatz 8. In 2013, they were joined by their friend and fellow urologist Ralf Kammerer to make a practice of three.

Additional qualifications:
Chemotherapy for tumours, day surgery, andrology, diagnostic radiology and primary psychosomatic care.

Dr. med. Michael Haug cycles into the practice almost every day. He loves cycling, especially at weekends joined by his four boys.

Dr. med. Heinz Peter Schimers

Born in Pfullendorf in 1963, Dr. med. Schimers studied medicine at the University of Ulm, completing his training as a urologist at the Diakonie-Klinikum in Stuttgart and working there first as a urologist, and later as lead consultant for the department. In 2004, he took over Dr. med. Werner Merz’s Bad Cannstatt practice, then co-operated with his friend and former colleague Michael Haug to combine two individual practices. In 2013, they were joined by their friend and fellow urologist Ralf Kammerer to make a practice of three.

Additional qualifications:
Chemotherapy for tumours, day surgery, andrology and diagnostic radiology and primary psychosomatic care.

Dr. med. Heinz Peter Schimers very much enjoys travelling with his family and their dog. He also loves playing the guitar, sometimes even on holiday.

Ralf Kammerer

Born in Stuttgart in 1967, Ralf Kammerer studied medicine at the universities of Berlin and Freiburg, completing his training and then working as a urologist in the Katharinenhospital in Stuttgart. In 2012, he set up a urology practice in the Gänsheide area and in 2013, went into partnership with his friends and urologist colleagues Michael Haug and Heinz Peter Schimers, merging his practice with the practice at Marienplatz 8.

Additional qualifications:
Chemotherapy for tumours, day surgery and andrology.

Ralf Kammerer’s main passion is his family, but he’s also very fond of classic cars.

Dr. med. Thomas Müller

Born in Bad Cannstatt in 1963, Dr. med. Müller studied human medicine at the University of Tübingen. He completed specialist training in urology at the Diakonie-Klinikum and left the hospital in 1998 following many years as a senior physician there. He then worked as a urology consultant in general practice for 20 years.

Additional qualifications:
Chemotherapy for tumours, day surgery, diagnostic radiology and primary psychosomatic care.

Dr. med. Müller spends a lot of time with his family and enjoys chess and sudoku puzzles.