On 23 June 2018, the Prof. Antoni Kępiński Allenort Mazovian Hospital and Diagnostic Centre was inaugurated in Warsaw. It is the voivodship's first private integrated psychiatric care centre offering integrated and comprehensive care to patients with mental illnesses.
The facility provides treatment for all mental disorders, regardless of the diagnosis or current condition of the patient. It guarantees the intensive, 24-hour services of psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychotherapists, and full nursing care with an emergency monitoring room.linkContinue reading
In April 2018, the constantly expanding network of Allenort Therapy Clinics was joined by two clinics: the ProPsyche psychology and psychiatry centre, located at 18 Dygasińskiego Street, and ProPsyche Junior, providing services for children and youth, at 22 Sielecka Street.
Psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists are welcome to the counselling centres. The offer also includes coaching, professional advice and research for adoption and care centres, for obtaining an arms licence, for persons working in the manufacture and sale of explosives and for obtaining a detective licence.
Both clinics are medical partners of Medicover and also provide psychiatric services for post-natal patients (three visits per subscription).
The ProPsyche psychology and psychiatry centre has been operating continuously since 2005, and its medical director is Dr Agnieszka Ziołkowska, a specialist in psychiatry.library_booksProject
In March 2018, as part of Allenort's neuropsychiatric project, the Inversa consulting and therapeutic institute, located in Warsaw's Mokotów district, was purchased. It is the second clinic in the emerging network of Allenort Therapy Clinics with a psychiatric-psychological profile, where psychiatric patients can also consult with other specialists such as neurologists, endocrinologists, internists, and nutritionists.
Laboratory tests and EEGs can also be carried out on site. The clinic is located near the Wilanowska metro (subway) station at 26B Bukowińska Street and provides services to post-paid patients of PZU Życie, Allianz and Tu Zdrowie. It also has facilities for people with motor disabilities.
Acting by the ideas of corporate social responsibility, Allenort Therapy Clinics are sponsoring the National Day for the Elimination of Depression (ODWzD), which is celebrated on February 23rd. This year, in gratitude for supporting pro-social activities, the CEO of Allenort, Dr Grzegorz Goryszewski, received the statuette of Care Wings from the board of the Association Active Against Depression. The ceremony took place during the annual Weather Concerto held as part of activities for the benefit of people with mental illnesses on February 19, 2018 at the Polonia Theatre in Warsaw (Krystyna Janda Foundation for Culture).
To further support ODWzD 2018, Allenort Therapy Clinics were partners in the social campaign Faces of Depression. I do not assess. I accept., the 6th edition of which was also held in February of this year.
On November 30, the Ostoya Homes nursing home in Stary Babice near Warsaw was sold to the MEDI-system care home network.
Grzegorz Goryszewski, CEO of Allenort, points out that "when creating the Ostoya care home, we wanted to ensure the possibility of prolonging the recovery of the elderly in a dignified and comfortable environment. As a medical company, however, Allenort's goal was not to expand its long-term care business but to focus on the treatment business and, specifically, neuropsychiatry." According to Goryszewski, Ostoya's activity has deep organisational and economic sense in a larger. Taking into account that the MEDI-system portfolio also includes therapeutic products, further cooperation between the two companies is not excluded.
"We are very pleased with the transaction. The Ostoya nursing home, with professional and committed nursing and care staff, high standards of accommodation and facilities for the elderly, and—above all—a caring approach to the guests and their loved ones, as well as a kind, homely atmosphere perfectly fit into the MEDI-system model of care for seniors," says Beata Leszczyńska, CEO of MEDI-system.
Allenort's neuropsychiatric project aims to create and launch the first comprehensive and modern neuropsychiatric care system in Poland. It is based on a network of highly specialised clinics, hospitals and diagnostic centres, the first of which will be launched in June 2018 in Warsaw's Tarchomin.
The first psychiatric-psychotherapeutic clinic in its network was Psychomedica—a centre with a 15-year tradition of diagnosing and treating mental illness and emotional problems, where the Sleeplessness Treatment Clinic and the Addiction Clinic also operate.
The centre employs esteemed psychiatrists and psychotherapists from the Warsaw Medical University, the Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology and the Military Institute of Medicine. The medical director of the facility is Dr Dariusz Wasilewski, and it is located in Mokotów, 6/2 Nabielaka Street.library_booksProject
On June 29, an interview with the CEO of Allenort, Grzegorz Goryszewski, was published in the pages of Business Pulse. He presented new investments in the comprehensive treatment of mental illnesses.
Allenort has invested in the acquisition of the renowned Warsaw-based Psychomedica clinic and is completing the construction of a psychiatric hospital in Warsaw. Shortly, similar centres will be established in other cities in Poland, as will an interdisciplinary research and development centre, bringing together representatives of medicine and science in the fields of psychiatry, neuropsychiatry and neurosurgery.linkArticle (in Polish)
On September 24, the grand opening of the Medical House of Ostoya in Stare Babice, the first of Allenort's planned networks of medical care homes, took place. The ceremony was attended by the deputy mayor of the Stare Babice commune—Marcin Zając, representatives of Allenort's management board—Marek Szufladowicz and Grzegorz Piotrowski, the editorial team of Gazeta Babicka, and members of the public interested in visiting the centre.
The visitors were greeted by the CEO of Ostoya Operating sp. z o. o., Łukasz Goryszewski, and the director of the care home, Mirosława Blank. After the official greeting, a tour of the building took place. Visitors could meet the team working in the home and the guests staying there, see its garden and interior, and familiarise themselves with the standards and philosophy of care prevailing in the centre.
On August 22, an interview with the CEO of Allenort, Dr Grzegorz Goryszewski, was published in the pages of Business Pulse. He presented Allenort's upcoming investment plans in the medical sector. The first of the projects planned is a network of centres for geriatric treatment, senior care and post-hospital rehabilitation, whose pilot centre—the Medical House of Ostoya in Stary Babice near Warsaw—recently opened. The rehabilitation and treatment programme of the centre extends hospital treatment with professional medical and nursing care per the standards of the medical discipline.
Another project is the construction of a nationwide network of private neuropsychiatric treatment centres, both in hospitals—for acute conditions and as part of medium- and long-term stays—and outpatient clinics. It is estimated that approximately 1.6 million people are treated psychiatrically in Poland today, while the number of people in need of neuropsychiatric support is much higher. The scale of demand for neuropsychiatric treatment services is enormous. Allenort intends to draw on its extensive experience in the implementation and management of medical projects to ensure that patients have access to the latest infrastructure and the highest quality of services.linkArticle (in Polish)
Registration for the first Medical House of Ostoya located in Stary Babice near Warsaw, established by Allenort, has started. These houses are organised in an entirely new way with professional medical and nursing care according to the medical discipline.
The home opens on August 1, but from July 15 visitors will be able to see the building and its surroundings, and meet its staff. Inquires can be made by phone or email:phone602 176 612 firstname.lastname@example.org
Allenort has launched its Ostoya Homes project, which aims to create the first geriatric treatment and senior care system in Poland as part of assisted living and telemedical care, as well as through a network of modern and luxuriously-equipped nursing homes. Our patients will be able to choose—and change—their place of residence in the some of the most beautiful areas in Poland within the established network of institutions. Attractive locations in southern Europe are also planned.
Within the Ostoya Homes programme, Allenort will introduce a model of comprehensive care for the elderly including medical, psychological and psychiatric care, physical rehabilitation, and securing their social and cultural needs. Seniors will be provided with thoroughly professional care in comfortable and well-equipped centres.
Our patients will benefit from dedicated medical care, including specialist geriatric care, and will also have access to the most modern rehabilitation equipment and the best physiotherapists, who will prepare an individual rehabilitation program for each resident. They will also be under the constant care of psychologists and psychiatrists who will be able to design a personalised neuropsychological and psychiatric rehabilitation plan using technologies such as advanced imaging diagnostics.
The application of modern technological solutions in the form of the Patron IT and Telecommunications System, created especially for the project, will enable constant monitoring of the essential life parameters of patients for analysis by specialist physicians. This will make it possible to provide medical assistance ahead of time and thus help prevent the development of many diseases and health problems. The project also involves developing cultural and social interests in the form of workshops, clubs, lectures, excursions and artistic events.
Thanks to the Patron System and Ostoya Homes, seniors will regain safety and joy in life, and their families will be confident that their loved ones are well looked after.
Inter Iberica Investments is focused on the construction and trade of properties for recreation and holiday purposes in the most attractive regions of southern Europe.
Allenort, competing with some of the best companies in Poland, won the distinction to represent its country in the next stage of the European Business Awards and the RSM Entrepreneur of the Year competition.
The award is granted to entities and persons whose activities and achievements contributed to the development of the Polish economy as part of the National Programme for Strengthening Credibility: The Silhouette and Brand of the Polish Economy. It aims to recognise those business entities that combine high business performance, professionalism and respect for ethical standards. During the award ceremony, which took place on June 20, 2015 at the Gromada hotel in Warsaw, Łukasz Goryszewski, Chief Operating Officer of Allenort, accepted the award on behalf of the company.
From June 17 to 21, 2015, ATAI Corporation participated in an economic mission of Polish entrepreneurs to Cuba. The mission was organised in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Havana, and was aimed at strengthening economic cooperation and trade.
From left: Grzegorz Goryszewski—Founder and CEO of Allenort, Anna Pieńkosz—Ambassador of Poland to the Republic of Cuba, Marek Szufladowicz—Partner of Allenort, and Marcin Kopański—Commercial Director of Allenort Trading and Investment Corporation (ATAI).
In May 2015, Grzegorz Goryszewski and Marek Szufladowicz established the Allenort Capital Fund. The investment fund is aimed at conducting investment activities in advanced medical technologies, infrastructure development, international trade, and support for companies operating in the service and financial sectors.
As a result of the transaction, Medicover took over the Allenort cardiac surgery department which has been operating since 2012 at the Medicover Hospital and Allenort Cardiology Centre in Warsaw.
Scanmed Multimedis acquired 100% of shares in Allenort Cardiology Clinics. Allenort Cardiology Clinics is a network of six units located in Iława, Ełk, Tomaszów Mazowiecki, Piotrków Trybunalski, Szczecinek and Kutno. The clinics provide comprehensive cardiological treatment including interventional cardiology.
Allenort's newest cardiological centre was opened at the provincial hospital in Piotrków Trybunalski. This investment complements the missing gap in the system of securing the Łódzkie Voivodeship in the area of interventional cardiology.
Allenort Cardiology Clinics and Allenort Cardiology were merged; the acquiring company was Allenort Cardiology Clinics.
The Allenort Radioneurosurgery Clinic was sold to a private investor. In 2012, the company won the second prize of the National Healthcare System in the category of Innovative Ideas in Health Care for the implementation of the Gamma Knife project in Warsaw.
The Allenort Cardiac Surgery Department in Warsaw inaugurated its activities by conducting its first operations.
The Praga Hospital in Warsaw Hospital resigned from a contract with the National Health Fund for the provision of medical services in the field of cardiac surgery.
The new branch of the Allenort Cardiology Centre was officially opened in May 2011. It has been in operation since 2007 at the Pro-Medica municipal hospital, but its facilities have not yet been located in one place. Since May, the Cardiology Centre has been located in the newly renovated wing. Every year, the cardiology department treats over 1,750 patients with various cardiological problems.
In 2011/12, the company ran a cardiac surgery department for the Praga Hospital in Warsaw. Following the resignation of the Praga Hospital from this activity, the company transferred cardiac surgery to the Medicover Hospital in Warsaw.
The Allenort Cardiology Centre was officially opened in the district hospital in Iława. After Olsztyn, Elbląg and Ełk, it is the fourth such centre in Warmia and Mazury. The centre specialises in highly-specialised invasive cardiology procedures, including coronarography, coronary artery angioplasty and pacemaker implantation.
The two companies, Sydan and Allenort Clicins, were merged with the acquiring company being Allenort Clinics.
The opening ceremony was attended by the president of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship, Anna Komorowska, and its marshal, Adam Struzik. The project was carried out in 2009/10 and involved the introduction of a stereotactic method of radioneurosurgery using Gamma KnifePerfection™ into medical practice and the provision of specialist training for Polish physicians and technicians in centres abroad.
In 2012, the company won the second prize of the National Healthcare System in the category of Innovative Ideas in Health Care for the implementation of the Gamma Knife project in Warsaw. To date, more than 2,700 patients with severe brain diseases have been treated at the centre.
The interventional cardiology department in Kutno was officially opened with the main goal of securing the care needs of patients with acute coronary syndromes. The Allenort Cardiology Centre in Kutno has treated more than 500 patients with recent myocardial infarction as of 2014.
In May 2015, a new Allenort Cardiology Clinic was opened which provides care—with the best specialists in cardiology and high-quality equipment—to over 250,000 inhabitants of the Łódź, Mazovia and greater Poland voivodeships.
An Allenort Cardiology Centre was opened in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. The centre provides medical care to the population of about 350,000 inhabitants and performs cardiological procedures including the treatment of acute coronary syndromes and cardiological procedures in the field of haemodynamics. 24-hour access to ECG records performed in ambulances of the emergency services in the surrounding poviats significantly reduces the time neccessary to transport a heart attack patient to the invasive treatment centre.
An Allenort Cardiology Centre was opened in Szczecinek. The Centre provides medical services in the field of interventional cardiology to approximately 350,000 inhabitants of the Zachodniopomorskie, Pomorskie and Wielkopolskie voivodeships. More than 1,200 patients undergo emergency cardiology procedures every year, including acute coronary as well as haemodynamic cardiology procedures.
At the time of acquisition by Allenort, Sydan had a cardiology contract for the provincial hospital in Płock and a winning tender for the establishment of an interventional cardiology department in Szczecin.
Allenort Cardiology Clinics established its first interventional cardiology department in Ełk. At the time, it was the third branch in the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship with this profile and the first one run by a private company. In 2011, Allenort made a major expansion of its branch.
The Allenort Cardiology Centre in Ełk treats more than 1,750 patients annually with a wide range of haemodynamic and electrophysiological procedures. Its range of pursuits covers the population of about 400 000 inhabitants, including Podlasie residents.
The company was established after the launch of the Allenort's cardiology operations in order to create an investment platform for medical projects.
Allenort Cardiology launched the first private cardiology hospital in Mazovia in Warsaw together with a large, specialist outpatient clinic. Since the very beginning of its existence, the Allenort brand has been characterised by professionalism and high-quality services.