State-of-the-art medical treatment
Ongoing investment in medical equipment and facilities ensure the kind of infrastructure required for excellent and safe medical care.
Our modern operating rooms live up to the highest requirements. Specialized equipment allows, for example, the use of endoscopic surgical techniques, particularly for gynecology, general surgery, orthopedics and trauma surgery.
Döbling Private Hospital features:
- 4 modern operating rooms (one of which is specially equipped for endoscopic surgery)
- a recovery area with 8 fully equipped hospital beds
- physical therapy and rehabilitation
- dedicated obstetrics department
- an affiliated outpatient clinic including laboratory and diagnostic imaging( CT, MRI, ultrasound, mammography). Most healthcare plans are accepted.
Döbling Private Hospital's recovery room comes with eight state-of-the-art beds equipped with monitoring devices to measure vital signs such as ECG, blood pressure, oxygen saturation and temperature.
Not only can these vital functions be measured directly at the bedside, but a data line automatically transmits all stats to a surveillance room. Thus, all patients can be monitored on one computer.
Additionally, our recovery room also features an oxygen machine providing optimal intensive care if necessary
Tasks of our recovery room team
All of the recovery room staff are specially for intensive care and / or anesthesia. Their primary responsibility is the post-operative surveillance and monitoring of vital signs as well as care of patients.
Furthermore, the team's tasks include:
- administration of pain and infusion therapy that was applied by the treating physician
- preparation, assistance and follow-up of patients with invasive procedures that are performed in the recovery room
- assistance with transporting patients in and out of the OR.
In addition, the recovery room staff is responsible for heart alerts. To ensure an efficient initial response, an emergency pack has been installed in the room.
Friends and relatives can visit at any time, the duration of the visit being dependent on the patient's condition and needs. The treating doctor will decide when the patient can be moved back to the regular ward.