PRESENTATION OF THE UNIT
- The rehabilitation unit is composed of 12 rooms (you may request a private room)
- There is a lounge area where you can relax and receive visitors.
- At your request, the nurse in charge of your unit can put you in contact with a hairdresser and/or a pedicurist.
- Smoking is prohibited in the hospital.
Before receiving the patients, the general practitioner or hospital doctor is contacted. The patients are welcomed by a nurse, who may be accompanied by a volunteer, to settle the patients in their rooms.
The rehabilitation doctor is available to set up a private meeting with the family once a week to discuss the patient's progress. During this meeting, the doctor also discusses potential outcomes and the potential continuation of the patient's rehabilitation programme. These meetings take place by appointment made by the secretary at the number: 02-614 37 60.
The multidisciplinary team is available to answer your questions during the patient's stay.
8.00 am: breakfast
12.00 pm: lunch
5.00 pm: dinner
Meals provided by hospital catering are suited to your specific needs with regard to your hospitalization. The Europe Hospitals accept no responsibility whatsoever in respect of storage, hygiene or quality of food other than that provided by hospital catering. Thank you for your understanding.
SERVICES AND LEISURE
TELEPHONE AND INTERNEt
Each room features a phone and an internet connection. You will receive your personal code upon your admission (telephone). Don’t hesitate to ask for your Internet access code at the admissions service. After working hours, please do not hesitate to contact the reception desk.
Each room features a television set and a radio.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, Red Cross volunteers make their rounds with reading material, which they lend for free.
Mail is delivered every morning in the rooms. For women: please remember to ask your correspondent to include your maiden name.
You may deposit your mail in the letter box of the reception area. This is also where you can buy stamps.
- You will be given a prescription on your discharge so that you can continue your treatment. Please do not hesitate to seek advice from the staff.
- In order to guarantee the continuity of care and home-based medical supervision, the doctor may also prescribe nursing or other care services, day hospital follow-up treatment, admission to a rehabilitation centre, etc.
- The social worker can assist you in resolving your administrative issues. She also sets up the necessary infrastructures to ensure that the patient is discharged and returns home under optimal conditions.
Source: Head nurse -1GR - Last update: 05/02/2020