The geriatric evaluation unit evaluates the condition of the elderly and organises further treatment.
One of the unit's goals is to support the elderly and those in the need of help and assistance, and help them stay at home longer. Another goal is to evaluate the condition of the patient and organise proper treatment faster in case of a sudden medical emergency.
Patients are sent to the unit by the doctor of hospital home care or the personal doctor of the health clinic.
The paternity of a child to be born to a single mother, or a mother in a common-law marriage is established by the child welfare supervisor.
Should the parents marry after the child is born, and paternity has not yet been acknowledged, it must always be acknowledged, however. Otherwise, the child will not officially have a father.
Ward 22 specializes in treating heart patients. In the heart monitoring room, central vital functions, such as heart rhythm, blood pressure, the body's oxygen uptake, and secretory functions, can be effectively monitored and managed. The Internal Medicine Ward conducts electrical rhythm transfers, for which patients use prebooked appointments. In addition to actual treatment procedures, the ward also provides diagnostics, more in-depth examinations, rehabilitation, support for self-care, and pain management and counselling as necessary, based on each patient's individual needs.