John Paul II Western Hospital in Grodzisk Mazowiecki
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Our mission:

Our mission is to maintain the high quality of medical services with particular attention of the patient and his family.



Hospital Rescue Unit

Hospital Rescue Unit
Head of the department:
Marek A. Janicki, MD

Head Nurse:
Bożena Wesołowska, MSc

Number of beds:
3 intensive care beds
8 monitored beds

The Hospital Rescue Unit is a part of the Public Medical Rescue Service. First and foremost we ensure care in the case of injuries and sudden danger to life. Our unit consists of a highly qualified medical team, including doctors, nurses and professional medical rescue workers.

Our team is equipped with high-quality specialist equipment - like medical transport ambulances – needed when undertaking rescue services.

For patients who need special care we provide cross-border transport to and from Poland, from all across Europe. Doctors and medical rescue workers present during such trips are there to offer assistance both ways: to the hospital, and after discharge – from the hospital to the destination point.
Our team is able to communicate in a number of European languages.