How do we give more than an average hospital?

How do we give more than an average hospital?

We regularly ensure psychiatric, neurological and dermatological consultations besides the above-mentioned high-class services. Speech therapist, psychologist and mental health specialist are available for our patients. Social workers help the management of everyday acitivities (administration, guardianship procedures, disablement procedures, claim for disabled support, contact to public institutions, advocacy, shopping).

We have introduced the care services in the internationally proven team-work system which fosters the efficiency of the patient-centered healthcare. 

The tasks of the decubitus team:

The prevention and care of the decubitus of endangered and permanently laying patient. The local and general treatment of evolved decubitus.

The treatments are achieved with Bioptron light therapy. Team members: OKJ (National Education Registry) nurse, physiotherapist, medical masseur, dietist.

Members of the socio-therapy team: OKJ (National Education Registry) nurse, psychologist, psychiatrist. In an institutional environment the occupational therapy plays a great role in the conformation of life quality of elderly people. We provide personal or small- and bigger group activities, which include: music therapy, biblotherapy, creative therapy, work therapy.

We put a high-importance on the organization of social events and holidays. For our celebrations the whole family is invited (carnivals, Women’s Day, Easter, Mothers’ Day, World-Day of the Sick, vine-harvesting ceremonies, Christmas). We blandish with performances and music show. By major religious events and on a weekly basis the Catholic, Calvinist and Lutheran churches provide church service for our patients.

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Szent Donát Hospital

8100 Várpalota Honvéd u 2-3

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Phone:   +36 (30) 203-5555

Phone:  +36 (88) 472-555 / 244

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Rehabilitation Elderly care

High quality nursing

Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease

Developing programs

Caring decubitus

Patient excercises, activities

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