Dr. Rose Ends Year With Renewal and Expansion
Dr. Rose Private Hospital held its end-of-year reception for its partners on December 6 at its Széchényi tér building. The reception took place in the newly renovated 8th-floor client lounge of the hospital, which offers an exceptional view of the city and the Danube.
During the event, the hospital's managing director Dr. Kornél Papik, and medical director Prof. Dr. László Hangody gave a presentation detailing the innovations and the high quality of professional work at the private hospital.
Despite the economic difficulties of the past year, Dr. Rose Private Hospital, which opened in the heart of the capital in 2007, has been able to continue the development that began when it changed ownership 5 years ago. Both the number of patients and turnover continue to grow, with more than 20,000 patients in 2023, nearly 200,000 examinations, and 3,000 operations by the end of the year. This year's turnover is close to HUF 7 billion, a 20% increase compared to last year. This is down from last year's 30% increase, but in the current economic climate, the 2023 result is expected to be outstanding.
"Within musculoskeletal surgery, our extensive repertoire of endoprosthetics, arthroscopy, and sports surgery has been expanded to include more complex revision prosthetics, the latest cartilage resurfacing techniques, and ligament surgery procedures. These surgeries naturally require more attention and sometimes longer recovery times, especially for longer and more complex procedures. This means that our patients need to spend more time in the hospital for a full recovery. This, combined with the increasing number of surgeries, has made it necessary to increase our bed capacity to ensure that all our patients receive the care they need," said Hangody, the hospital's medical director.
Managing director Papik noted that "Our 5th-floor inpatient unit has been expanded with 8 new beds, all of which are state-of-the-art hospital. Each of the new rooms has been equipped with the latest hospital facilities and a stunning view of Budapest. The interior design concept is inspired by the magnificent panorama and the city: the rooms are designed in three styles with the fancy names Buda, Pest, and the Danube, echoing the Buda hills, the eclecticism of Pest and the blue of the Danube."
"Dr. Rose has always placed a strong emphasis on elegantly designed client spaces that are specifically designed for the peace of mind and comfort of our patients. Discretion and personalized attention are our top priorities in client care. Our patients can wait in a relaxed and comfortable environment, which contributes significantly to reducing pre-visit anxiety. We also believe it is important that our patients feel immediately that they are being cared for and supported when they arrive at the hospital," he added.
Finally, he explained, "Our new digital client registration system allows clients to register online in advance or on-site via a tablet, making the process even faster and more discreet. A number of process improvements and additional state-of-the-art IT solutions are also designed to serve and inform customers accurately while increasing efficiency. At Dr. Rose Private Hospital, we can now offer our customers a full range of electronic services, from pre-registration to encrypted records, images, and invoices or online payment solutions. We are striving to make our operations increasingly paperless, so we have replaced traditional paper-based administration with electronic signature solutions and e-registration."
The design and implementation of the redesign was carried out by DVM Group.
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