Quality leads to success
On our interdisciplinary ward, providing our patients with the best possible care and support is our priority. The ward management safeguards the quality of care in professional, legal, economic and quality-related aspects. The responsibilities range from administrative and care supervision to coordination and organisation of the ward, to supporting development and change processes. Our ward staff ensure that there is a pleasant atmosphere in the rooms, are responsible for stock control and orders and ensure cleanliness in all areas. Following hygiene regulations goes without saying. We always focus on good team communication, being responsible and reliable, and taking a sensitive approach with patients.
Our healthcare and nursing staff are responsible for patient care during and after operations and therapeutic procedures, providing current standards of treatment, care and hygiene. This includes carrying out the care plan, maintaining care documentation and providing basic care and treatment to the patient. The anaesthesiology department oversees, prepares and follows up on anaesthesia. The scheduled and patient-orientated care provided during the perioperative phase is always tailored to the patient. Certified after-care nurses also take care of administering and monitoring medication. Basic requirements in this field include: Thoroughness, care, sensitivity and reliability. Working independently and responsibly, communicating well as part of a team and working well under pressure are a given.
Our team in surgery work together to provide smooth, quality-orientated and patient-orientated surgical procedures. Our surgical assistants, for example, prepare and follow-up on the operation as well as preparing the surgical instruments. This also includes equipping surgeons with instruments and giving assistance at the operating table, providing patient care and maintaining proper patient documentation. As well as specialist skills and routine, dedication, flexibility and good teamwork is important in this field of work. Our employees excel in social competence, reliability, independence, rigour and, above all, a sense of responsibility. This also includes working economically and efficiently in terms of material resources.
Our management keeps a close eye on everything. Medical controllers, for example, are responsible for internal and external quality assurance and documentation and are always in close contact with our medical and nursing staff. They work closely with the benefactors, create case studies, evaluations, analyses and reports, point out treatment and optimisation potential and help improve the quality of documentation. Commercial employees with a focus on accounting also secure, optimise and control accounting, improve structures and processes and can be contacted for accounting issues across all locations. This area of work requires reliable communication, solution-orientated thinking, a business mindset, the ability to work well in a team and the ability to work under pressure.