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After the spectacular success of its cardiac project, Allenort decided to revolutionise Polish psychiatry.
Allenort Therapy Clinics is a state-of-the-art project in mental health, providing services that meet the highest medical standards and meet the rapidly-growing social demand for psychiatric treatment and psychological therapy.library_booksRead more
Ostoya Homes by Allenort was an Allenort project that involved the development and organisation of geriatric care and post-hospital rehabilitation. This project was based primarily on medical care homes—nursing homes organised in an entirely new way—with complete, professional medical and nursing care meeting strict medical standards.
A unique feature of Ostoya Homes was the combination of the involvement of physicians, nurses, and physiotherapists with a warm, familiar atmosphere. Ostoya Homes staff—with the support of external specialists—continue to provide a full range of medical care in high-quality facilities fully adapted to the needs of the elderly, disabled and post-hospital rehabilitation patients.
Allenort Enterprises is part of the Allenort Group and Allenort Holding. It conducts investment and business operations in the USA and is involved in the creation of enterprises that carry out medical, service and IT projects.
ATAI (Allenort Trading and Investment Company), a part of the Allenort Group. It was established to carry out projects in the field of international trading, and also carries out hospital and service projects abroad.
Inter Iberica Investments focuses on construction and real estate in leisure and holiday destinations in the most attractive regions of Southern Europe.
Taureco Transportation was Allenort's logistics and transport company offering services in Poland and throughout Europe. It was established for a wide range of transport services including high-tech transport. The truck fleet is equipped with the latest technological solutions available to the transport market.
Taureco's services are used by businesses of all sizes, operating in different industries, and with diversified logistical needs. The company takes on takes on all challenges by offering customers optimal solutions.
In November 2010, Poland’s first Gamma Knife Centre was officially opened. The project was realised in 2009/10 and introduced a radioneurosurgery stereotactic method using Gamma Knife Perfection™ to the medical practice; non-surgical treatment of brain tumours finally became available for Polish patients. Allenort provided specialised training for Polish doctors and technicians in international centres and the cost of establishing the centre was over 30 million PLN.
In 2012, Allenort won the second prize of Health Care System of Poland (OSOZ) in the category "Innovative Ideas in Health Care" for the project. To date, the centre has treated over 2,700 patients with severe diseases of the brain.
In April 2006, Allenort Cardiology launched the first private cardiology hospital in Mazovia with a large specialist outpatient clinic in Warsaw. From the very beginning, the centre’s specialty was the ablation of arrhythmias. It later belonged to the 3–4 most critical electrophysiological centres in Poland.
Initially performed for private patients, an NFZ (National Health Fund) contract has been in place since 2007. A small, 10-bed ward treats between 1100 to 1200 patients a year. The outpatient clinic, operating on a commercial basis, provides cardiac care and cardiac surgery consultations for more than 60,000 patients annually.
In 2011 and 2012, Allenort ran a cardiac surgery ward for the Praga Hospital in Warsaw. After the hospital resigned from this contract, the company transferred the cardiac surgery ward to the Medicover Hospital in Warsaw, the most modern private hospital in Poland, where it has been operating since 2013. It is distinguished by a wide range of operations and very high-quality medical care and treatment.
Allenort launched its first department of interventional cardiology in Ełk in November 2007. It was the third ward of this profile in the Warmia and Mazury voivodeships, the first run by a private company, and covered the population of about 400,000 inhabitants including the inhabitants of Podlasie. In 2011, Allenort developed a significant expansion of the ward.
The Centre of Cardiology in Ełk treats more than 1,750 patients a year and performs a wide range of haemodynamic and electrophysiological treatments.
Allenort Cardiology Centre in Kutno began its work in March 2010. Its primary objective was to provide care for patients with acute coronary syndromes. Treating over 500 patients with acute myocardial infarction every year, the centre covers the 250,000 inhabitants of the Łódzkie, Mazowieckie and Wielkopolskie voivodships.
In February 2011, Allenort launched an interventional cardiology centre in Iława in the Warmian-Masurian voivodship. It covered the population of approximately 250,000 people in Warmia. In 2014, more than 1,250 patients were treated at this facility.
In November 2014, the newest Allenort cardiac centre was opened at the Provincial Hospital in Piotrków Trybunalski. Establishment of this centre complemented the missing gap in the Łódź region in the field of interventional cardiology.
In December 2009, Allenort launched an interventional cardiology centre in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. It covered the population of more than 400,000 inhabitants of the Łódź region and was the second private branch of this type in the voivodship. The centre treated over 1,100 patients each year including more than 750 patients with acute coronary syndromes.
Allenort was active in Płock from March 2008 to February 2014. Over five years, the Allenort team performed 8,826 procedures including treating over 3,000 heart attack patients and performing over 2,000 scheduled coronary angioplasties and over 3,750 coronary angiographies. Experienced Allenort physicians trained cardiologists from Płock, who now carry out this activity themselves.
Allenort built a department of cardiology in its hospital facility and started its medical activity in Szczecinek in April 2009. The cardiology centre in the West Pomeranian Voivodship also cared for the inhabitants of the adjacent Pomeranian and Greater Poland voivodships—a total of 350,000 people—and treated more than 1,200 patients a year.