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Klinikum Würzburg Mitte gGmbH

Klinikum Würzburg Mitte gGmbH
Klinikum Würzburg Mitte gGmbH

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931-791-0
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@ofni

Klinikum Würzburg Mitte (KWM) is a clinic with two locations in Würzburg. KWM Juliusspital and KWM Missioklinik work together to ensure medical care for...

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  • Number of beds: 675
  • Number of specialist departments: 18
  • Number of inpatient cases: 26.719
  • Number of partial inpatient cases: 18
  • Number of outpatient cases: 69.694
  • Hospital owners: Klinikum Würzburg Mitte gGmbH
  • Type of provider: freigemeinnützig
  • Academic teaching hospital
      • Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
External comparative quality assurance
Further information
Bezeichnung
Teilnahme externe Qualitätssicherung yes
  • Quality of participation in the Disease Management Programme (DMP)
    No participation
Quantity performed 4
Exception? No exception
COVID Pandemie
Quantity performed 63
Exception? No exception
Quantity performed 22
Exception? No exception
Overall result forecast presentation: yes
Quantity performed reporting year: 63
Quantity forecast year: 64
Examination by state associations? yes
Exemption? yes
Result of the examination by the federal state authorities? yes
Transitional arrangement? no
Overall result forecast presentation: yes
Quantity performed reporting year: 22
Quantity forecast year: 21
Examination by state associations? yes
Exemption? yes
Result of the examination by the federal state authorities? yes
Transitional arrangement? no
Overall result forecast presentation: yes
Quantity performed reporting year: 4
Quantity forecast year: 2
Examination by state associations? yes
Exemption? yes
Result of the examination by the federal state authorities? yes
Transitional arrangement? no
No. Explanation
CQ06 Measures for quality assurance in the care of pre-term and full-term neonates – Perinatal Centre LEVEL 2
CQ30 Quality assurance guideline for interstitial LDR brachytherapy for low-risk localized prostate cancer (effective January 8, 2021).
CQ27 Guideline on quality assurance measures for inpatient care with bronchoscopic lung volume reduction procedures for severe emphysema (QS Guideline bronchoscopic LVR /QS-RL BLVR)
  • Clarifying chat completed: no
  • Clarifying chat not completed: no
  • No participation in clarifying chat: no
  • Notification of non-fulfilment of nursing care not made: yes
Number Group
140 Medical specialists (m/f) , psychological psychotherapists (m/f) and child and adolescent psychotherapists (m/f) who are subject to the obligation to undergo further training*
11 Number of medical specialists (m/f) from no. 1 who have completed a five-year period of further training and are therefore subject to the obligation to provide evidence
11 Number of those persons from no. 2 who have provided proof of further training according to Article 3 of the G-BA regulations
* according to the “Provisions of the Joint Federal Committee for the Further Training of Medical Specialists (m/f), Psychological Psychotherapists (m/f) and Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists (m/f) in Hospitals”

According to Section 4 (2) of the Quality Management Guideline, facilities must provide for the prevention of and intervention in cases of violence and abuse as part of their internal quality management. The aim is to prevent, recognise and respond appropriately to abuse and violence, particularly against vulnerable patient groups such as children and adolescents or people in need of help, and also to prevent it within the facility. The respective procedure is aligned with the size of the facility, the range of services and the patients in order to define customised solutions for sensitising the teams as well as other suitable preventative and interventional measures. These may include information materials, contact addresses, training/education, codes of conduct, recommendations for action/intervention plans or comprehensive protection concepts.

  • Is a protection concept in place? Yes
  • Keine Versorgung für Kinder und Jugendliche
Gemäß § 4 Absatz 2 in Verbindung mit Teil B Abschnitt I § 1 der Qualitätsmanagement-Richtlinie haben sich Einrichtungen, die Kinder und Jugendliche versorgen, gezielt mit der Prävention von und Intervention bei (sexueller) Gewalt und Missbrauch bei Kindern und Jugendlichen zu befassen (Risiko- und Gefährdungsanalyse) und – der Größe und Organisationsform der Einrichtung entsprechend – konkrete Schritte und Maßnahmen abzuleiten (Schutzkonzept). In diesem Abschnitt geben Krankenhäuser, die Kinder und Jugendliche versorgen, an, ob sie gemäß § 4 Absatz 2 in Verbindung mit Teil B Abschnitt I § 1 der Qualitätsmanagement-Richtlinie ein Schutzkonzept gegen (sexuelle) Gewalt bei Kindern und Jugendlichen aufweisen.
  • Drug commission

Standort und Fachabteilungsspezifische Festlegung Fachabteilung Unfallchirurgie und Allgemein Chirurgie strukturiert durch Apotheker auf Station

25.11.2016

  • Bereitstellung einer geeigneten Infrastruktur zur Sicherstellung einer fehlerfreien Zubereitung
  • Zubereitung durch pharmazeutisches Personal
  • Anwendung von gebrauchsfertigen Arzneimitteln bzw. Zubereitungen
  • Elektronische Benachrichtigung bei Arzneimitteltausch
  • Fallbesprechungen
  • Maßnahmen zur Vermeidung von Arzneimittelverwechslung
  • Spezielle AMTS-Visiten (z. B. pharmazeutische Visiten, antibiotic stewardship, Ernährung)
  • Teilnahme an einem einrichtungsübergreifenden Fehlermeldesystem (siehe Kapitel 12.2.3.2)
  • Kennzeichnung von aller übergangsweise beschafften, ungewohnten Arzneimittel mit einem Aufkleber
  • Aushändigung von arzneimittelbezogenen Informationen für die Weiterbehandlung und Anschlussversorgung der Patientin oder des Patienten im Rahmen eines (ggf. vorläufigen) Entlassbriefs
  • Aushändigung von Patienteninformationen zur Umsetzung von Therapieempfehlungen
  • Aushändigung des Medikationsplans
  • bei Bedarf Arzneimittel-Mitgabe oder Ausstellung von Entlassrezepten
The instruments and measures to promote drug therapy safety are presented with a focus on the typical procedures of the medication process in inpatient patient care. A special feature of the medication process in the inpatient environment is the transition management during admission and discharge. The instruments and measures listed below address structural elements, e.g. special IT equipment and work materials, as well as process aspects, such as work descriptions for particularly risky process steps or concepts for securing typical risk situations . In addition, proven measures to avoid or learn from medication errors can be specified. The hospital presents here which aspects it has already dealt with and which measures it has specifically implemented. The following aspects can be presented, if necessary using free text fields:
- Admission to hospital, including anamnesis
; Instruments and measures are presented for determining the old medication (drug history), the subsequent clinical assessment and the switch to the medication available in the hospital (house list), as well as for documenting both the patient's original medication and that for hospital treatment adapted medication.
- Medication process in the hospital
In this context, the following sub-processes are assumed as examples: drug history - prescription - patient information - drug delivery - drug use - documentation - therapy monitoring - result assessment. Instruments and measures for safe medication prescription can be presented, e.g. B. in terms of readability, clarity and completeness of the documentation, but also in terms of area of ​​application, effectiveness, benefit-risk ratio, tolerability (including potential contraindications, interactions, etc.) and resource considerations. Information can also be provided to support reliable medication ordering, delivery and use or administration.
- Discharge
In particular, the measures taken by hospitals can be presented to ensure that information on drug therapy is structured and passed on to doctors and physicians providing further treatment, as well as the appropriate provision of patients with drug information, medication plans and medications. Drug prescriptions are made.
AMTS is the totality of measures to ensure an optimal medication process with the aim of reducing medication errors and thus avoidable risks for patients during drug therapy. A prerequisite for the successful implementation of these measures is that AMTS is practised as an integral part of daily routine in an interdisciplinary and multi-professional approach.
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Training in other healing professions
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Kooperation mit Berufsfachschule für Praxiseinsätze im Rahmen der schulischen Ausbildung.

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Bereitstellung von Praxisplätzen.

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Kooperation mit Berufsfachschule für Praxiseinsätze im Rahmen der schulischen Ausbildung.

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Eigene Berufsfachschule.

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Kooperation mit Berufsfachschule für Praxiseinsätze im Rahmen der schulischen Ausbildung.

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Über duales Studium.

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Kooperation mit Berufsfachschule für Praxiseinsätze im Rahmen der schulischen Ausbildung.

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Eigene Berufsfachschule.

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Ausbildung einer Person pro Ausbildungsjahr an der OTA-Schule der Uniklinik Würzburg.

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Kooperation mit Berufsfachschule für Praxiseinsätze im Rahmen der schulischen Ausbildung.

Sabrina Wiener

Leitung Qualitäts- und Klinisches Risikomanagement

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -791-7030
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@negeilnaniem

Sabrina Wiener

Leitung Qualitäts- und Klinisches Risikomanagement

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -791-7033
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@reneiw.anirbas

Gabriele Heller

Leitung Krankenhausapotheke

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -393-2311
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@relleh.eleirbag

Bilijana Milenkovic

Leitung Entlass- und Casemanagement, Sozialdienst

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -393-2380
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@civoknelim.anajilib

Christine Mössinger

Sozialdienst

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -393-2323
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@regnisseom.enitsirhc

Christine Beyer

Pflegedirektorin

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -791-7042
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@kinilkoissim.noitkeridegelfp

MBA Dominik Landeck

Geschäftsführer Finanzen und Personal

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -791-7002
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@tairaterkes.fg

Krankenhausbetriebwirt (VDK) Volker Sauer

Geschäftsführer Medizin und Pflege

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -791-7002
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@tairaterkes.fg

Volker Sauer

Geschäftsführer

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -791-7002
Mail: ed.muknilk-mwk@tairaterkes.fg

PD Dr. med. Matthias Held

Chefarzt med. Klinik Schwerpunkt Pneumologie und Beatmungsmedizin

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -791-2811
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@kinilkoissim.eigolomuenP

Dr. med. Johann Paula

Direktor für Medizin und Pflege

Salvatorstr. 7
97074 Würzburg

Phone: 0931 -791-7004
Mail: ed.mukinilk-mwk@tairaterkes.fg

IK: 260900189

Location number: 772735000

Old location number: 772735000

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