History of Munich's oldest X-ray practice

The Radiologie München Zentrum developed from Munich's oldest X-ray practice.

  • 1932 Practice founded by Dr. Alexander Wallnöfer.
  • 1944 Practice completely destroyed in an air raid.
  • 1948 Re-establishment of the practice in provisional consulting rooms at the corner of Sonnenstrasse/Schwanthalerstrasse.
  • 1967 Practice moves to the consulting rooms at Sonnenstrasse 11.
  • 1977 Death of the practice's founder Alexander Wallnöfer; the practice is continued by his son, Dr. Klaus Wallnöfer.
  • 1980/1982 The new partners Dr. Fritz Weber and Dr. Karl Friedrich Scheid join.
  • 1976 Installation and start-up of Munich's first computed tomography scanner in the practice of Dres. Rothe and Beckebans.
  • 1989 Installation of the first superconductive magnetic resonance imaging scanner in Germany.
  • 1992 Installation of one of the first positron emission tomography scanners in Munich.
  • 2002 Practice in Sonnenstrasse merges with the practice in Landwehrstrasse (Dres. Beckebans, Rothe, Schuler, Scherer).
  • 2006 Installation of the first open high-field magnetic resonance imaging scanner (Panorama) / Ridlerstrasse.
  • 2010 Practice moves to the new consulting rooms at Sonnenstrasse 17.