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Kantonsspital Graubunden

The canton of Graubünden is a young company with a long tradition rich in tradition. As early as 1070, a hospital St. Martin in Chur was mentioned for the first time. Since the middle of the 19th century the hospital square has been developing continuously. This also included the construction of the three locations of the Frauenenklinik Fontana, Kreuzspital and Kantonsspital. Since 2006, these three houses have been jointly managed and form the center capital of Southeast Switzerland.

Management is responsible for the operational management of the hospital and the subsidiary companies. Where necessary, the management may employ permanent or non-commisable commissions and conferences. All responsibilities which are not reserved for another body by the statutes or the foundation or business regulations fall within the competence of the management.

The management is responsible for the following tasks:
1.    Medical and commercial management of the hospital and the subsidiary companies
2.    Establish the organizational and management structures of departments in the
3.    Creating new jobs within the budget
4.    Employment and dismissal of the employees according to the business regulations
5.    Determination of the salaries of the management levels defined in the business rules
6.    Management of the employees
7.    Decision on investments and acquisitions up to the amount stated in the business regulations
8.    Organization of the accounting, controlling and financial planning;
9.    Completion of insurance
10.   Approval of the employment of subsidiary employees by the employees
11.   Execution of decisions of the Board of Directors.

This hospital having many departments such as surgery, ANIR (anesthesia, emergency, intensive care, rescue), Internal Medicine, Paediatrics, Womens Hospital Fontana, Personnel, care and specialist support, Finance, IT and operations, Development, cooperation and infrastructure, Directorate, Blood donor service SRK Graubünden.

With its quality management system, the cantonal hospital Graubünden fulfills the requirements of Articles 56 of the KVG and 77 of the KVV and was one of the first hospitals to align its quality report with the H + quality report. Measures for the quality assurance, promotion and increase of patient safety are implemented in terms of effectiveness, suitability and profitability. Quality and patient safety are not caused by external pressure, but are  the deep concern and daily efforts of all employees in the canton of Graubünden. The Graubünden cantonal hospital is convinced that it is possible to simultaneously increase quality and efficiency, as well as to increase patient safety.

The current events in the hospital are Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Supply of severely injured persons at a Swiss polytraum center: MPA training at KSGR, Opening of the newly renovated Central Emergency Station, Renal failure and dialysis: MPA training in KSGR, Assignment Symposium Treatment of tumor patients and introduction of the new irradiation device "TrueBeam", Opening Stroke Unit, Eye Clinic with New Femtosecond Laser Catalys.

Despite these challenging and complex procedures, we want to make the hospital stay as pleasant and uncomplicated as possible for the patients. With the so-called reference care, we ensure that patients and their dependents are individually looked after by a caregiver throughout their stay. Together with this contact person, the care of the patients is discussed and, if possible, adapted to the respective needs.In addition to the medical services, a large number of counseling centers are available for various needs. The cantonal hospital Graubünden offers the patients, among other things, an internal hospital social service, an interpreting service, professional hospital pastoral care, speech therapy, nutrition therapy, diabetes or smoking counseling, physiotherapy or a breastfeeding machine. For examinations and therapies, which do not require hospitalization, various ambulatory clinics and day clinics are available.