Sygehus Sønderjylland (Hospital Sønderjylland) is a hospital with activities in the three cities of Aabenraa, Sønderborg and Tønder and with a coverage area of approx. 235.000 inhabitants in the Southern part of Jutland.
Sygehus Sønderjylland treats patients with almost every kind of disease.
Sygehus Sønderjylland carries out approx. 430.000 discharges and outpatient visits yearly.
About 1550 children are born every year in the hospital.
The central accident and emergency department in Aabenraa, the accident and emergency unit in Sønderborg and the nurseled accident and emergency unit in Tønder receives all together about 36.000 visits.
Sygehus Sønderjylland has 367 hospital beds.
A new structure is developing
These years Sygehus Sønderjylland i working with a new hospital structure resulting in a future Sygehus Sønderjylland consisting of an emergency hospital in Aabenraa, a specialist hospital in Sønderborg and a same-day hospital in Tønder.
On all the above-mentioned places new buildings will arise and others will be rebuilt.
Hospital Sønderjylland intends to build a new emergency hospital in Aabenraa, which promotes the visions of high quality 24 hours a day. Hospital Sønderjylland focuses on optimizing the processes that add value to the patients.
To fulfil this vision the hospital must be build in such way, that the patient meets the correct healthcare competences regardless of where or when he/she enters the hospital.
The hospital must be focused on the patients and have a healthcare organization across specialties.
A new hospital designed to meet future requirements
Innovation is a natural part of building a new hospital. Innovation in the building process concerns everything ranging from organization of the different departments and working procedures to architecture and modern technical aids.
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