Children and adults: Wesel gets two emergency practices

Wesel.
In July, KNVO opened two central emergency rooms at Marien Hospital in Wesel. There is a close collaboration with the hospital.

On 1 July 2022, the Association of Compulsory Health Insurance Physicians in North Rhine (KVNO) will open two new central emergency services in Wesel for outpatient treatment outside the normal practice opening hours – ie in the evening, at night and on weekends. This was announced by KVNO on Monday. In the Marien-Hospitalet on Pastor-Janßen-Straße, separate emergency rooms are being set up for adult patients as well as children and young people. In case of acute, non-life-threatening symptoms, patients from the region will be able to contact the respective outpatient emergency services directly at these locations.

The facilities are run by KVNO in collaboration with Marien Hospital – this enables close collaboration with the clinic’s admission area, according to the Association of Mandatory Health Insurance Doctors. “With the opening of the emergency practice in Wesel, we are improving the outpatient emergency care in the northern district on the right bank of the Rhine and making it future-proof at a high level,” says Dr. Frank Bergmann, KVNO CEO. “With the new structure, we are also implementing the guidelines for federal and state policy, which require close cooperation between residents and hospitals in emergency care.”

Marien-Hospital Wesel welcomed the establishment of emergency practices

Those responsible at Marien Hospital are also pleased with the establishment of the emergency response practice: “We are pleased with KV Nordrhein’s decision to establish two emergency response practices at Marien Hospital. This shows a high level of confidence in our company’s performance and competence, “says CEO Karl-Ferdinand von Fürstenberg. The emergency practice is a useful supplement to the emergency rooms, which we will continue to deliver without restrictions as before in both adult and pediatric medicine.

Adult and young patients will benefit from being cared for from July onwards in the two new practices by experienced resident doctors in the immediate vicinity of the hospital. This takes place in a fixed place at reliable times and is service-oriented. “This modern form of emergency medical treatment is an important contribution to breaking the sometimes rigid juxtaposition of outpatient and inpatient treatment. We very much welcome that in the form of more effective patient care, “von Fürstenberg emphasized.




The opening hours for emergency preparedness practices in the district will be adjusted

Simultaneously with the start-up of the two facilities in Wesel, the opening hours of the outpatient emergency services will be adjusted across the district. From July, the emergency services in Dinslaken and Moers, which are already in the district, in addition to the upcoming emergency services in Wesel, will also be open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 19 to 21 (previously 19 to 22). , Wednesdays and Fridays from kl. 15:00 to 21:00 (previously 14:00 to 22:00). At 22.00). On Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, Akutpraksis Dinslaken will in future be open from 9-13 and again from kl. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 9.00 to 21.00 (formerly 9.00 to 21.00). 22 o’clock).


The two pediatric emergency rooms in the district, at Bethanien Hospital in Moers and the practice, which starts in July at Marien Hospital, open during the summer months (April 1 to September 30) on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from to kl. 13 (so far the facility in Moers has been open from 1pm to 5pm at present). From 1 October to 31 March, the outpatient emergency services are staffed in both places from 9.00 to 17.00.

KVNO emphasizes that the implementation of medically necessary doctor’s home visits remains unaffected by the commissioning of the emergency services’ practice in Wesel. According to KVNO, these can still be requested – especially by bedridden and non-mobile patients – via the free service number for the outpatient emergency service, 116 117.


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