The South Hospital Central Hospital will cost as much as all the stadiums together!
Stadium phobics, attention! But it's bleeding, right! :)
Speaking of stadiums (as this is the comma of the 444, telex, index and other dirt sheets, it is worth mentioning that Hungary suffered HUF 2,853 BILLION in damage to the M5-M6 carriages due to the PPP contracts concluded by the left. We will pay until 2040. Nothing was built from this money, it is just the damage that has been incurred, plus there is the cost of entry, which we also pay.
A world-class SUPER HOSPITAL is being built in Budapest - here are the latest plans
Before we move on, let's link to our video, in the first 5 minutes of which we show the developments of the other hospitals (just so that no one can say that the government switched on late)
Construction of the South Buda Central Hospital will begin next spring. The super hospital will be built on a floor space of 223,000 square meters and will provide 1.2 million people. With the exception of burn plastic surgery, all health care will be provided in the institution. Prime Minister Robert Robert Bedros told Origo that in this hospital, literally everything will be about the patient: not only about his recovery, but also about creating the optimal environment that best serves him. The institution will not only provide services to the capital's residents, but will also receive patients from five counties in the region of Western and Central Hungary and provide 24-hour emergency care. He added that Dobogo was chosen as the location for the hospital because there is enough space and transport potential here to build an uncompromising, ultra-modern hospital that provides VIP care for each patient. There are already 20 bus services to reach the site, but the transport network is being expanded. A visual plan of the traffic sketch of the South Buda Central Hospital has also been completed, which we will show for the first time here, at Origó. This already shows how you will be able to approach DBC. Interview with Prime Minister Róbert Bedros.
How is the South Buda Central Hospital investment progressing? When can construction begin?
I see that there are those who are impatient, but we are also building a real super hospital in terms of size, technology, equipment and supply - not only domestically, but also globally. We are talking about 223 thousand square meters of floor space, 1,200 beds and 1.2 million patients to be cared for, as well as all health care except burn plastic.
THE PREPARATION OF THE AREA AND THE INVOLVEMENT OF A SERIOUS TEAM OF EXPERTS ARE ALREADY TAKING BETTER, BUT ANY OTHER LARGE WORK WILL NEED BE SURE FOR ANOTHER AND TWO YEARS.
By comparison, the Austrian Krankenhaus Nord, which is smaller than the Central Hospital in South Buda, was designed for five years and then built for seven years. We continue to expect that next spring we will be able to lay the foundation stone for the institution and begin construction, which could be completed in 2026.
However, developing an existing hospital would have been a quicker solution. For example, St. Imre. It would probably have been cheaper than HUF 300 billion, moreover, it was half as much at the beginning.
In 2015, when the idea was formulated, it was still just a very sketchy idea, accompanied by an estimate. The precise delineation of concrete ideas, the assessment of professional needs, the designation of the care area only made it possible to determine the profiles and the number of beds. The plans - and thus the budget - have already been aligned with these aspects. Incidentally, the HUF 300 billion is not outstanding in international comparison either, and we have already included the purchase of the most modern instruments and diagnostic tools in this amount. These, of course, we have not yet bought; then we only buy the best and most modern machines available at that time in the last stage of the investment. As for the expansion of St. Imre Hospital: we are simply not talking about the same magnitude.
What are the basic differences?
St. Imre Hospital at that time became a spa hospital and a public hospital. This includes general health care for about 350,000 people, but the profiles needed to provide emergency care to a population of millions have not been planned for this hospital from the outset.
How could a 223,000-square-meter, 1,200-bed institution with nationwide coverage covering 1.2 million people be established in the 44,000-square-meter St. Imre Hospital with a total of 536 active beds? How can new services be expanded with health services where there can only be renovations bordered by fences, walls, and, for example, heating systems?
It should be noted that old hospitals can be renovated, but an old hospital is simply not worth making a new one. The St. Imre will operate as a co-hospital next to the South Buda Center, where it will treat patients in need of chronic as well as pre-operative preparation and post-operative rehabilitation. But we have other plans.
What are these?
In the XIX. at the end of the 20th century and In the first half of the 19th century, St. Imre Hospital was replaced by a spa center called "Erzsébet Sósfürdő". The water was recommended for certain digestive, gynecological and locomotor complaints, as well as certain skin diseases. However, the investment in the super-hospital will make it possible to reuse the thermal water and rebuild the spa, and to connect a spa hotel to it, which could increase the institution's revenues through medical tourism at the expense of St. Imre Hospital's free capacities. and in the thermal water treatment of people living in the surrounding districts and settlements.
Why was Dobogo chosen as the location of the South Buda Central Hospital? It falls out enough.
At the time, St. John’s or St. Roch’s Hospital was also built on the outskirts of the city, but then the city “surrounded it.” There’s enough space and transportation potential here to build an uncompromising ultramodern hospital that provides VIP care for every single patient. We subject everything to this approach during design and construction.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO EMPHASIZE THAT THE INSTITUTION NOT ONLY PROVIDES CAPITALS, BUT ALREADY RECEIVES PATIENTS FROM FIVE COUNTIES IN THE WEST AND CENTRAL HUNGARY REGIONS.
The environmental impact of this huge task cannot be allowed on the densely populated interior of South Buda, as cars, ambulances and rescue helicopters bringing injured and sick people can come here day and night. Currently, Dobogo can be reached by about 20 buses, there are also city and long-distance bus lines nearby, but the transport network is being expanded. An important aspect was that the institution under construction could be easily approached by public transport, road and from the air - Dobogó met all the conditions.
Budapest Fejlesztési Központ Nonprofit Zrt. (BFK) recently announced a public procurement for the transport development of the South Buda Central Hospital. What do you know about this?
Planning should take into account the need to get to the institution by as many modes of transport as possible, and preference should be given to ambulances. The winner of the public procurement will have to design the infrastructure suitable for the proper service of the community, the road, as well as pedestrians and cyclists, and the developments will be able to serve the other transport needs in the area as well. The approximately 400-meter-long section of Dobogó út will be expanded to four lanes between Lapu utca and Balatoni út - taking into account the preference of ambulances. In addition, a new "special level" junction will be created at the intersection of the M1-M7 motorway, Budaörsi út, Gazdagréti út, Lapu utca and Dobogó út. examination and planning of the establishment of bus lanes.
THE VISION PLAN OF THE TRAFFIC OUTLINE OF THE SOUTH BUDA CENTRAL HOSPITAL HAS ALSO BEEN MADE, which WE ARE THE FIRST TO SHOW TO ORIGO READERS.
This already shows how you will be able to approach DBC.
We are talking about an uncompromising, ultra-modern hospital with VIP care. What does all this mean for patients?
In this hospital, literally everything will be about the patient: not only about his recovery, but also about creating the optimal environment that best serves him. For example, ambulance traffic is provided from all directions, and the two helicopter landings are also designed to provide care to the patient as quickly as possible. We put a lot of emphasis on safety - it may sound weird, but even single wards serve that purpose. Foreign research shows that in separate rooms, for example, the incidence of falls or fractures is significantly reduced, cardiovascular patients are healed better, and nosocomial infections can be reduced. But with single wards, we also create the opportunity that is essential for healing: the patient’s loved ones can take their hand, be with it, and thereby disrupt neither the other patients nor the movement of the staff. We place children in double wards so that there can be a parent with every little patient - I don’t think the importance of that needs to be explained.
Obviously, all this increases the cost.
This is actually an investment. In terms of direct costs, it is obviously more expensive than standard 2-8 bed wards, but cheaper in terms of long-term results, overall societal benefits from better and faster recovery outcomes:
LESS HOSPITAL DAYS, SHORTER NUTRITIONAL PERIODS, LESS MEDICINES - TO MENTION ONLY PROFILE EXAMPLES.
In addition, the investment also aims to run the hospital with green energy, which means that we want to minimize maintenance costs as much as possible. The energy bill, for example, is significantly reduced by so-called light yards, which provide the institution with natural light. In addition, we will use geothermal energy, the hospital will be paperless, and I could list more.
But why shop and post office?
Other modern hospitals also have a café, a bank branch, or even a hairdresser, such as in Vienna. In a hospital, patients are restricted due to their condition and relatives also bear a heavier burden.
I BELIEVE THAT, IF POSSIBLE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THERAPY, ALL SERVICES SHOULD BE AVAILABLE TO THE INTEGRATION OF THE PATIENT INTO THE DAILY LIFE OF THE PATIENT.
Patient- and family-centered care at DBC will manifest itself in all areas, not just directly in healing - and here we have returned to an uncompromising hospital.
What makes DBC ultramodern?
The state-of-the-art technological background is realized: thanks to digital monitoring, drug misconduct can be eliminated, we use laser robots to solve food delivery, drug distribution, or just laundry logistics. The findings, medication and condition of patients will also be digitally traceable. This is a unique health investment not only in Hungary, but in Europe as a whole. The South Hospital Central Hospital will not only be the flagship of Hungarian healthcare, but also a model: I am sure that the developments implemented here will have more followers at the international level.
Of course, the production of fake news started here :) According to Erzsébet Gy. Németh and Imre László, who gave the vaccination to him out of turn, the new super hospital will be built for the "Fidesz elite", because they think the hospital will not be accessible by public transport