Specialist departments

Specialist departments

With qualified physicians, nursing and therapeutic teams plus close interdisciplinary cooperation, our specialist departments contribute to and ensure intensive care. We treat:

  • Patients coming from a regular hospital, and are to receive post-hospital treatment.
  • Patients with multiple and chronic disorders, whom we can offer promising outlooks for healing and alleviation based on the wide range of indications provided by our five specialist departments.
  • We also consult, train, and care for family members and friends of these multiple and chronically ill patients in the management of all everyday problems.

In our clinic we combine the expertise of general practitioners and specialists in orthopaedy, internal medicine, cardiology, diabetology, nephrology, neurology, psychiatry, psychotherapy, urology, and psychology.

We participate in quality assurance programs of the pension insurance companies (e.g. peer reviews), and internal patient questionnaires are evaluated regularly. Usually arranged by the department manager, regular further training courses are carried out in the different departments, including emergency procedures. A quality management system acc. to DEGEMED and DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 exists.

Duty assignment

Our five specialist departments mutually support and advise each other. In case of existing co-morbidities, the close interdisciplinary cooperation ensures the best possible treatment for the patients. Also the in-house psychologists and psychotherapists are an independent department, and are consulted by all the other departments. In case of existing co-morbidities, the patient's treatment is handled by the department responsible for the primary disorder. The other departments deal with the secondary diagnoses, as required.

After admission of the patient, and assignment to a specialist department, subsequent reassignment to another department is possible following a detailed diagnosis (after consultation with the medical insurance company). Depending on the defined primary disorder, the patient is treated with obligatory modules. However, in case of additional symptoms, the patient can also be treated optionally with modules from other primary disorders.

The aim of rehabilitation is the maximum possible reduction of functional disorders as the prerequisite for the best possible social and job-related reintegration. For this, an individual treatment concept based on the latest scientific findings is prepared for every patient.