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The SOL Group operates highly specialised residential care facilities in Germany and Poland.

The increasing lifespan of the population also brings with it a growth in the need for assistance to people suffering from chronic and/or acute diseases, who need highly specialised health care. These are vulnerable patients, often elderly, who suffer from chronic disabling diseases, who often have medium-high clinical complexities and therefore require prolonged treatment and continuous care. In many cases, it becomes impossible to manage the patient at home. Specialised facilities capable of providing suitable healthcare are therefore necessary.

Conscious and attentive to the emerging needs of a constantly changing society, the SOL Group operates highly specialised residential care facilities in Germany and Poland. These facilities can accommodate complex patients who need long-term care (such as artificial nutrition or mechanical ventilation) as well as ongoing care.

In particular, the Sue Ryder Home clinic (residential centre managed by the Polish company PALLMED), welcomes people with terminal oncological and neuro-degenerative diseases, and more generally patients with disabling complexities who require advanced palliative care. Recently renovated thanks to contributions from the European Fund, the facility is located next to an important cancer centre and has 37 beds.

Given the importance of this approach to care, a second facility will be inaugurated in 2021, again in Poland, but in the Znin area. The new centre will have 26 beds and will be able to accommodate patients in need of long-term care, thanks to European funding. 

Experiences similar to those in Poland are also underway in neighbouring Germany, where with VIVICARE and KOMPASS facilities, the SOL Group responds to the growing demand for specialist around-the-clock health care. These two centres have 35 beds; they are residential facilities (sheltered homes) that are highly specialised for the permanent care of patients who are not self-sufficient.