Lausitzer Seenland Klinikum
The Lausitzer Seenland Klinikum as a hospital specializing in care is divided into 14 specialist departments and 3 institutes. It is classified as an accident hospital and has its own helipad. The clinic has been the academic teaching hospital of the Technical University of Dresden since 2002. A medical vocational school with 75 training places is also affiliated. A total of 440 beds are available in our house. Every year, more than 22,000 patients come to our clinic for inpatient treatment and around 38,000 for outpatient treatment. The average length of stay for patients across all clinics was 5.4 days in 2021. More than 800 employees work in the clinic, more than 1,000 employees in the group. THE CLINIC AT A GLANCE Lausitzer Seenland Klinikum GmbH - the Academic teaching hospital of the Technical University of Dresden Founded: • October 1898 - Opening of the Kaiser Wilhelm Hospital with 20 beds and an operating theatre Shareholders: • City of Hoyerswerda (51%), Sana Kliniken AG, Munich (49%) MEDICAL RANGE OF SERVICES • Primary care hospital o 14 medical clinics/specialist departments o 3 Institute • Medical vocational school with 75 training places • 2 subsidiaries: o Operating and management company mbH at the Seenland Klinikum o Medical supply center GmbH at the Seenland Klinikum • 3 sub-subsidiaries o Lausitz Med GmbH o Lausitz Catering GmbH o Lausitz Clean GmbH Bed Capacity • 440 beds as single and double patient rooms • 12 day clinic places Employees in the Group of Companies • approx. 1,000 employees Case Numbers • approx. 22,000 patients (number of inpatient cases) • approx. 38,000 patients (number of outpatient cases) • over 600 births Technical Equipment • 64-slice CT • 1.5-Tesla-MRT • Left heart catheter measuring station, angiological measuring station • Ultraschallscanner Typ Aplio, Xario • Ventilation technology EvitaXL • Anesthetic technique Primus, Zeus • Operating tables Alpha Marquaket 1150 patient monitoring MP 50/MP 70 • state-of-the-art endoscopy technology • Endosonographie • Digital X-ray YOU ARE IN GOOD HANDS WITH US The Lausitzer Seenland Klinikum is one of the most modern clinics in Lusatia. More than 800 employees in 17 specialist clinics and institutes work hand in hand for the healthcare of around 22,000 inpatients and 38,000 outpatients per year under one roof. 148 doctors are employed at the Lausitzer Seenland Klinikum and ensure high-quality medical care based on the latest scientific findings. Sana attaches great importance to continuous further education and training and also relies on Germany-wide networking, regular dialogue and a permanent exchange of experience between the members of the respective medical departments. As an academic teaching hospital, the Lausitzer Seenland Klinikum cooperates with the Technical University of Dresden and takes on important parts of the training of prospective doctors. THE CARE OF SANA A total of 339 nursing staff are employed at the Lausitzer Seenland Klinikum. In addition to nurses, intensive care nurses, pediatric nurses and anesthesiologists as well as numerous other experts take care of the patients. With more than 9,200 nursing staff and a further 3,300 people in functional services, nursing in the 52 hospitals that Sana runs nationwide represents the largest occupational group within the group. In total, more than 2.2 million people are treated in the hospitals. The care of the Sana stands for a technically competent, evidence-based, human-oriented comprehensive care of the patients. Therefore, in addition to professional competence, human closeness and empathy play an important role at Sana. Experienced staff work at Sana, and at the same time, our own junior nurses are trained in 14 nursing schools - including in the medical vocational school at the Lausitzer Seenland Klinikum. All employees have access to a wide range of training and further education opportunities specific to and across locations. QUALITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT What we value Successful medicine and high-quality care are characterized by high quality. If you, as a patient or relative, want to find out more about us and our hospital, the complex question of quality is rightly of great importance. Various dimensions play a role here: do we achieve the best possible medical result for and with our patients? Do we actively involve our patients and their relatives in important diagnostic and therapeutic decisions? Do we avoid pain and radiation exposure? Are we careful with antibiotics? – just to name a few questions. At Sana, quality is not only measured when a patient is discharged. Rather, at various points from admission to far beyond discharge, care is taken to ensure that the specifications defined by the legislator and our own quality criteria, which in many cases correspond to higher standards, are observed. This measurement is not just random, but permanent. Every individual value, every result - and thus every potential deviation - is measured, registered and tracked. You can read numerous results of our quality efforts and extensive information on our range of services in the current quality report, as required by law for all hospitals in Germany. However, you will find further and interesting quality information on our website. We are aware that dealing with the content is quite a challenge and sometimes requires interpretation. Do not hesitate to contact us!
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