A caring hand is becoming increasingly important, and not just in old age. Even in the event of unexpected strokes of fate or a sudden need for care, it is crucial to have someone who has your back. Our employees come from the fields of geriatric and nursing care or are nursing staff and care specialists, as well as domestic helpers. This enables us to offer valuable support in each of our service areas. The Pia Zeuthen team currently cares for and looks after clients in Zeuthen, Schulzendorf, Eichwalde, Wildau, Schmöckwitz, Königs Wusterhausen and the surrounding area.
Person-centered care: An increased focus on the individual needs and wishes of patients and those in need of care. The care should focus more on people’s personalities, preferences and cultural backgrounds to provide and cultural backgrounds of people in order to ensure customized care. care. Interprofessional
Collaboration: Increased collaboration between different different healthcare professions, including doctors and nurses, therapists and social workers. This promotes a holistic and coordinated care model.
Support caregivers: Caregivers should be adequately trained, supported and remunerated. This can include the promotion of further education and training.opportunities for advancement, the improvement of working conditions and the and the granting of appropriate remuneration.
Prevention and health promotion: Disease prevention and health promotion The focus is on promoting health. Nursing staff should help people to lead healthier lifestyles and recognize illnesses recognize diseases at an early stage.
Cultural sensitivity and diversity: Promote cultural sensitivity and diversity to ensure that all patients and care recipients are treated respectfully and
receive appropriate care, regardless of their origin or identity.
Sustainability: A sustainable care practice to ensure that resources are used efficiently and environmental impact is minimized
Patient-centered care: The best possible care and support
for patients and those in need of care. The well-being and The satisfaction of the people who need care is at the center of all efforts.
Empathy and compassion: Nursing staff are committed to being empathetic and compassionate.
be compassionate and understand the emotional needs of their patients
and to respect them.
Safety and quality: Includes ensuring safety and quality in the supply. Nursing staff strive to avoid mistakes and to improve the to provide the best possible healthcare.
Education and further development: Care organizations and professionals are committed to to continuous education and further development in order to keep up with the latest state of the art in science and practice.
Our trained and motivated employees come from a wide variety of backgrounds.