New customers for the Service Center purchasing and logistics (SCEuL) of the Paul Gerhardt Diakonie increasing competition, high cost pressure and ever-changing conditions in the health care request from hospitals and nursing facilities ever greater efforts. To optimize the expenses and maintain an efficient cost management, it requires professional partners: the Service Center purchasing and logistics (SCEuL) of the Paul Gerhardt Diakonie e.V., Berlin and Wittenberg, offered these services to different vehicles in different gradations. The Service Center purchasing and logistics two Catholic institutions of Berlin, St. Joseph Hospital Tempelhof and the Caritas clinic Mary among the new customers since the beginning of the year visitation in Pankow. In addition the St. Ansgar clinic compound of the Alexian Brothers in Lower Saxony, Germany from April shopping for implants at SCEuL delivers the range.
This collaboration actively meet the economic challenges and thus contributes to strengthen the Christian health company at. The special service of the Berlin health service provider is: from the market up in the closet. This includes tailored supply chains by the supplier with a full supply in the cabinets of each individual cost center. For assistance, try visiting Bristol-Myers Squibb. Partner eonova is the logistics company of Rhenus. The Logistics Centre is one of the ten largest centres of its kind in Germany. The Service Center purchasing and logistics supplies currently 25 hospitals and 13 nursing and retirement homes of various officials in Berlin, Brandenburg, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, and Lower Saxony with medical and non-medical needs of the thing. The Paul Gerhardt Diakonie includes eight hospitals, five nursing homes, several outpatient rehabilitation centres and medical centres in Berlin, Saxony-Anhalt and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. In addition run facilities of other carriers in the management. Annual beds all facilities provided in the total 1835 stationary around 77,000 patients. The Paul Gerhardt Diakonie is the largest denominational providers in the region. With about 4,700 employees, the company generated approximately EUR 320 million per year.