Allenort Therapy Clinics
Revolution in Polish psychiatry
After the spectacular success of the cardiac project, Allenort decided to revolutionize Polish psychiatry.
The Allenort Therapy Clinics is a medical, mental health project, providing highest medical standards services to meet the rapidly growing social demand for psychiatric treatment and psychological therapy.
Ostoya Homes by Allenort
Ostoya Homes by Allenort is an Allenort Group project which aim was creation and organization of a geriatric care and post-hospital rehabilitation system. This system is based primarily on a network of medical nursing homes organized in a completely new form - with fully professional medical and nursing care that meets medical standards.
A unique feature of Ostoya Homes is the combination of the commitment of doctors, nurses and physiotherapists with a warm, family atmosphere. Ostoya's staff, combined with the support of external specialists, allows to provide full range of medical care.
Senior care and post-hospital rehabilitation is carried out in facilities finished to a high standard, fully adapted to the requirements of the elderly and disabled.
Logistics and transport company, established to provide a wide range of transport services, including highly specialised transport. The truck fleet of Taureco Transportation is equipped with the latest technical solutions available on the transport services market. The company offers its services at home as well as abroad, in Europe. Its services are used by companies of different sizes, operating in different industries and with diversified logistics needs. Taureco Transportation takes up all the challenges, offering customers optimal solutions.
Allenort Radionic Neurosurgery Clinic
Gamma Knife Allenort Center, Warsaw
In November 2010 the first Gamma Knife Centre in Poland was opened. The project was carried out in 2009/2010 and introduced stereotactic radioneurosurgery using Gamma Knife Perfection™ into medical practice. The technology of non-surgical treatment of brain tumors became available for Polish patients. The cost of creating the Centre was over 30 million PLN. Allenort also provided specialist training for Polish doctors and technicians in foreign centres.
In 2012, the company won the 2nd prize of the Polish National Healthcare System (OSOZ) in the category of innovative ideas in health care for the implementation of the Gamma Knife Allenort Centre in Warsaw. To date, over 2700 patients with severe brain diseases have been treated in the centre.
In April 2006, Allenort Cardiology launched the first private cardiology hospital in Warsaw, together with a large specialist outpatient clinic. From the very beginning, the centre's specialty was ablation of rhythm disorders, initially performed for private patients and since 2007 under contract with the National Health Fund. A small, 10-bed ward treated from 1100 to 1200 patients per year. In terms of the number and scope of ablations, the centre was one of 3-4 most important electrophysiological centres in Poland. The outpatient clinic offers cardiac care and cardiac surgical consultations to over 60 000 patients. The outpatient clinic operates exclusively on a commercial basis.
In 2011/2012 Allenort ran a cardiac surgery department for the Prague Hospital in Warsaw. After the Prague Hospital resigned from this activity, the company moved cardiac surgery to Medicover Hospital in Warsaw. In the most modern private hospital in Poland, the Allenort Cardiac Surgery Ward has been operating since 2013. It is distinguished by its wide range of operations and very high medical quality
Allenort Cardiology Clinic
Allenort opened its first interventional cardiology department in Ełk in November 2007. At that time, it was the third branch of this profile in the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Province and at the same time the first one run by a private company. It took care of the population of about 400 000 inhabitants (also inhabitants of Podlasie). In 2011 Allenort made a major expansion of the branch. The Cardiology Centre in Ełk treats more than 1750 patients per year, performing a wide range of haemodynamic and electrophysiological treatments.
The department of interventional cardiology started its activity in March 2010. The main goal of the activity was to secure the care needs of patients with acute coronary syndromes. The Allenort Cardiology Centre in Kutno treated (until 2014) more than 500 patients with a fresh heart attack per year and provides territorial care to more than 250 000 inhabitants of the Łódzkie, Mazowieckie and Wielkopolskie Voivodeships.
In February 2011, Allenort launched an interventional cardiology centre located in Iława in the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship. The Allenort Cardiology Centre provides cardiological care to a population of approximately 250,000 inhabitants of Warmia and Mazury. In 2014, more than 1250 patients were treated surgically in this centre.
In November 2014, the youngest cardiac center Allenort in the Provincial Hospital in Piotrków Trybunalski started. The establishment and launch of this centre fills the missing gap in the security system of the Łódź Voivodeship in the field of interventional cardiology.
In December 2009 Allenort opened an interventional cardiology centre in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. Initially, it covered a population of over 400,000 inhabitants of the Łódź Voivodeship and was the second private branch of its kind in the Voivodeship. The Allenort Cardiology Centre in Tomaszów Mazowiecki treated over 1100 patients per year, of whom patients with acute coronary syndromes constitute a group of over 750 patients.
Allenort operated in Plock from 03.2008 to 02.2014. Within five years the team of Allenort doctors performed 8826 procedures, including treating over 3000 patients with myocardial infarction, performing over 2000 planned coronary angioplasty and over 3750 coronarographies. Allenort's experienced doctors have trained cardiologists from Plock, who are currently conducting this activity independently.
Allenort built a cardiology ward in its own hospital facility and started medical activities in 04.2009. The Allenort Cardiology Center in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship also took care of the residents of the adjacent Pomeranian and Greater Poland provinces, with a total population of 350,000 people. The centre treats over 1200 patients annually.