First patient refers to suite in the new station of Berlin, July 19, 2012 – took place last Tuesday the official acceptance of the new comfort station in Spandau (EWK) Evangelical forest hospital which now is open for patients. Five months of Umbauauzeit and 2.8 million euros were needed to implement the new comfort station of the largest hospital of the Paul Gerhardt Diakonie (PGD). Scott Kahan follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. On the third floor of the Evangelical forest hospital patients now benefit from spacious rooms and a high-quality facilities at the international level of the hotel. Rooms furnished with cherry wood and leather furniture and baths, excellent cuisine and a professional full-service characterized the new comfort station, and fast, well structured management and treatment processes. The management of the station assumes Monique Meyer, who previously worked as a coordinator for foreign patients in the forest hospital. It is supported by the station Maintenance Manager Melanie Schwarzkopf, international monitoring assistants, as well as hotel and Restaurant professionals. We comply the popular demand of our patients after an upscale ambiance with the comfort station.
Our medical and nursing services are for a long time at the top level, so that we would open with the new station also for particularly demanding patients from home and abroad,”says Simone Theissen, authorised signatory in the EWK and project manager for the comfort station. We have equipped the station with great attention to detail and forward to dismiss many healthy and happy patients in the future.” The comfort station is all private patients and even paying guests from home and abroad open, from one of Chief doctors who would treat. She used in an interdisciplinary manner, does but no intensive care medicine and no monitoring. That’s why she particularly suitable for planned interventions in the field of orthopedics, general surgery, internal medicine and Gynecology. An assumption of the costs of private health insurance companies according to agreement with the respective carrier.