Marjan Rožanković, M.D, Ph.D.
Dr. Marjan Rožanković joined St. Catherine's Hospital team in 2018.
He graduated at the School of Medicine, University of Zagreb in 2003. After graduation finished postgraduate study program at the same University and finished his PhD thesis “Total Artificial Disc Replacement in the surgical treatment of degenerative disc disease of cervical spine” in 2014. Finished his residency program in neurosurgery at the Department of Neurosurgery, University Hospital Center Zagreb in 2013. and works as board certified consultant in neurosurgery at the same Department.
Author and coauthor of many scientific papers and abstracts and finished numerous courses in different areas of neurosurgery.
Member of the Croatian Medical Chamber, Croatian Neurosurgical Society, Croatian Skull Base Society and AO Spine Organization.
He has interest in cerebrovascular neurosurgery, pediatric neurosurgery, and spine surgery.
Our doctors and patient testimonials
Read their real and inspiring stories.
First of all, I would like to highlight the very kind, friendly, and very helpful staff of St. Catherine. Every employee has a smile on its face, and is ready to help and give prof...
Having recently moved to Slovenia with an existing spine problem, a new friend recommended St. Catherine Specialty Hospital to me. After a quick check, I found it was only 2 hours...
First of all, I would like to highlight the very kind, friendly, and very helpful staff of St. Catherine. Every employee has a smile on its face, and is ready to help and give professional advice at any time. What I especially want to emphasize is the detailed preoperative preparation and treatment, as well as the course of the operative procedure itself - this is a completely different, top level. Due to the very good and high-quality relations of the medical staff mutually and the hospital's multidisciplinary approach, I felt comfortable and completely safe. The apartment I stayed in was very spacious, and I would definitely like to emphasize the level of cleanliness and orderliness of the room. Indeed, every honor and praise for St. Catherine Specialty Hospital in every segment. Finally, I want to thank my doctor and operator Marjan Rožanković, M.D., Ph.D., Consultant Neurosurgeon, for whom I came to St. Catherine. He is truly a real expert for whom I have only good words and praise, as well as for the St. Catherine Specialty Hospital in general.
The patient underwent Lumbar Microdiscectomy (Minimally Invasive Operation of the Lumbar Spine). The surgery was performed by Marjan Rožanković, M.D., Ph.D., Consultant Neurosurgeon.
In the photo with the nurse Darija Marušić-Piškor.
Having recently moved to Slovenia with an existing spine problem, a new friend recommended St. Catherine Specialty Hospital to me. After a quick check, I found it was only 2 hours drive so I contacted the Hospital and was booked in for a consultation within days. As I am originally from the UK, I had no experience of Hospitals in Croatia. So, on the very first visit any concerns I had were gone as every staff member impressed me so much - everyone was very helpful, efficient and professional and that gave me huge confidence in knowing I was dealing with the right people. I booked in for my surgery with Marjan Rožanković, M.D., Ph.D., Consultant Neurosurgeon only 1 week later where I had amazing care and I really can’t thank everyone enough. If any of my friends or family were unfortunate enough to need a hospital, I would have no hesitation recommending St. Catherine Hospital to them.
The patient underwent lumbar microdiscectomy surgery. The surgery was performed by Marjan Rožanković, M.D., Ph.D., Consultant Neurosurgeon.
Satoshi Ishii succesfully undegoes surgery at St. Catherine Hospital
Satoshi with medical team Marijan Rožanković, M.D., Ph.D., Neurosurgeon and Ira Husedžinović Kliškinjić, M.D, Anesthesiologist.
Satoshi Ishii, judoka and mixed martial artist at St. Catherine Specialty Hospital.
Satoshi Ishii and Marjan Rožanković, M.D, Ph.D.
Ventrolateral disc herniation causes psoas muscle compression: A case report
The team of St. Catherine Specialty Hospital published case report: „Ventrolateral disc herniation causes psoas muscle compression“ in Radiology Case Report.