Innsbruck – The Natters Clinic will continue to be maintained for medical and nursing care in the future. This result brought the summit in Innsbrucker Landhaus on Tuesday, as the country announced in the edition. Key points will be answered by the responsible persons in the coming months, as determined by consultation with the Central Council for Tyrolean Clinics.
This process will be reorganized and a working group – composed of clinic management, staff councils and external experts – will be installed as called for in the edition. This working group will examine in a transparent and economical way closer cooperation with other houses as well as new opportunities for Natters.
"Closing has never been discussed"
"Instead, Natters remains at least for medical care." Closing or even selling is and has never been discussed. Future use should be discussed with the open end, "said health officer Bernhard Tilg (ÖVP) on Tuesday.
"Setting the Strengths of Natters"
A possible solution for Tilg is to revaluate the site with additional beds in aftercare and care. "Now it's about defining the strengths of Natters and integrating them into the overall concept of cost-effective and optimal supply in the central area," he said. (TT.com)