Renal Care Center Zagreb Croatia

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Renal Care Center Zagreb

About us

The renal care began its operations in the year 1997. In 2004, the renal care center was separated into two new locations within the city of Zagreb. The headquarters and most of the centers are located in Maksimir, at Hondlova 2/11, while the second part of the center is located in Novi Zagreb (Sloboština), at Oreškovićeva 20a. The renal care center of Maksimir location is only 10 minutes away from downtown, located next to Maksimir park, the largest park in Zagreb.



Poliklinika B.Braun Avitum Maksimir
Hondlova 2/11
10000 Zagreb


Phone: +38512399 290

Operating Hours

Monday - Saturday 06:30 am – 06:00 pm
Possibility of night shift 06:00 pm - 10:00 am


  • Hemodialysis
  • Hemodiafiltration

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • German


  • Holiday dialysis


Holiday dialysis

1) Hotel Vila Tina – Bukovačka cesta 213, 10 000 Zagreb 

2) Hotel Rebro – Kišpatićeva 12, 10000 Zagreb 

Today's Zagreb has grown out of two medieval settlements that for centuries developed on neighboring hills. The first written memory of the city dates from 1094, when a diocese was founded on Kaptol, while in 1242, neighboring Gradec was proclaimed as a free royal city. 
Both the settlements were surrounded by solid fortress walls and towers, the remains of which are still preserved. During the Turkish onslaughts on Europe, between the 14th and 18th centuries, Zagreb was an important border fortress.

The Baroque reconstruction of the city in the 17th and 18th centuries changed the appearance of Gradec and Kaptol. The old wooden houses were demolished, while opulent palaces, monasteries and churches were built. The numerous trade fairs, the revenues from landed estates and the offerings of the many craft workshops greatly contributed to the wealth of the city. Affluent aristocratic families, royal officials, church dignitaries and rich traders from the whole of Europe moved into the city. Schools and hospitals were opened, and the manners of European capitals were welcomed. The city outgrew its medieval borders and spread to the lowlands. The first pleasure gardens and country houses were built.

Zagreb confirmed its position as the administrative, economic and cultural center of Croatia. When Kaptol, Gradec and the surrounding settlements were administratively combined into the integrated city of Zagreb in 1850, the development sped up even more.

Tourist attractions in Zagreb and surrounding areas

The treasures of history are kept and exhibited in the museums of Zagreb. Apart from objects related to the history of the city, the Zagreb museums and art collections possess exhibits from around the whole world of very considerable historical and artistic value. Things of particular rarity are the Zagreb Mummy, with the world's longest text in Etruscan, and the remains of Neanderthal prehistoric man (homo Krapinensis). Green parks and fountains, avenues of trees and flowers begin with Zrinjevac in the town center. The series of parks go from town center down to the railway station, through the botanical gardens and up to Marulić and Tito Squares, where the theatre stands. They are known as the Lenucci horseshoe because of the shape they form and the name of the landscape gardener who planned them. They are well provided with benches where you can rest from sightseeing and plan the next thing you want to do. Close proximity to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.

Due to its numerous landscaped trails, mountain houses, historical monuments and recreational areas, the central part of this wooded mountain gives an impression of a spacious city park. By walking down the educational trails, you can learn about some of almost one thousand recorded plant varieties, listen to the songs of around a hundred bird types, and come across numerous insects and animals. The walk through the forest restores natural balance to life, and each moment spent in the Medvednica Nature Park enriches your existence. Welcome!