Rehabilitation clinic in Warsaw officially opened
The construction of a rehabilitation clinic in Warsaw's Wawer district has been completed. The investment that Mostostal Warszawa has commissioned by Orpea Polska is intended for the elderly people.
On September 29, the facility was officially opened. The Investor's representatives were met by: Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice President of the Management Board of Mostostal Warszawa, Maciej Sasak, Director of the Eastern Area and Waldemar Giedrojć, Contract Manager.
- We are proud to put into use another investment. During our work, we used solutions to ensure comfort and safety for future users who require professional care. The team supporting the contract showed great commitment throughout its duration, for which I am very grateful – says Waldemar Giedrojć.
The contract for the clinic was concluded at the end of September 2019. Its value is almost PLN 39 million net. The complex of health care buildings includes a rehabilitation hospital and a building with recreational accommodation services with technical rooms and an underground garage, as well as technical service buildings, i.e. a transformer station, a power generator station and solid waste rooms. The facility is equipped with a therapeutic pool, a cryochamber, kinesiotherapy rooms, a kitchen and other necessary infrastructure that will provide patients with the highest level of convalescence. Click more to read about the investment.
ORPEA Polska has been operating since 2001 and is a leader in residential long-term care. It offers nearly 1,000 places in modern nursing homes for seniors and clinics specializing in neurological, systemic and cardiological rehabilitation. ORPEA Polska provides care in rehabilitation departments and care and treatment centers under the National Health Fund or in a commercial form. The company is part of the largest European network of nursing homes and rehabilitation clinics ORPEA, present in the industry since 1989 with a potential of nearly 94,000 places (over 930 facilities) in 12 European countries, as well as in Brazil, China, Chile and Uruguay.