Hospice capacity is 15 beds, there are seven 1-bed, two 3-bed and one 2-bedded room. Each room has its own en-suite facilities and direct access to the terrace.
Accommodation is also available to relatives and loved ones of the patient, either by placing additional bed or in a separate room.
Patients and their close relatives and friends have the opportunity to make use of our social room and its features such as the library, fireplace, winter garden and the chapel, can also go for a walk in the nearby birch grove.
Palliative care is provided by doctors, nurses, ambulance-men, but also a social worker, priest and volunteers.
Daily routine is different than the one in conventional hospitals, fully adapted to individual needs and health condition of the patients.
Care for the terminally ill and dying patients mainly focuses on alleviating the symptoms of disease and pain, providing psychological well-being and ultimately to provide psychological, social, emotional and spiritual support for patients and their loved ones in the final stage of the disease, death and mourning period.