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Comfortable inpatient ward

Coxa has three comfortable inpatient wards designed to promote getting out of bed and moving about in an early phase. Coxa’s most recent inpatient ward was designed by Coxa’s multi-professional team and special attention has been paid to the comfort of both nurses and patients.

Comfort has also been created with, for example, lighting adjusting according to the time of the day, room-specifically adjusted air conditioning, nature-themed images and natural materials. The work of nurses has been facilitated by a number of technical and logistical solutions, such as remotely controlled devices and the optimal placement of functions.

In addition to its comfort, the inpatient ward of 10 patient rooms and 17 beds is also the ‘most antibacterial ward in Finland’. Almost all of the contact surfaces have been coated or treated to be antimicrobial in order for bacteria and viruses to self-destruct.

Touch-free products have also been utilized in the fixtures, for example, flushing the toilet, washing and drying hands and opening doors can be done without touching. This improves safety when moving about and prevents contact infections.

Visits to the inpatient ward

Coxa follows the guidelines of the Pirkanmaa Hospital District regarding visiting practices.

For short treatment periods, we recommend refraining from visits to the ward. Most of our treatment periods are short, with the patient returning home 1-2 days after surgery.

To protect against coronavirus infection, visitors should follow the instructions below:

  • Come visit only healthy and asymptomatic.
  • Take care of hand hygiene and use hand sanitizer on arrival and departure.
  • Use a surgical mouth-nose shield
  • Keep a safety distance of more than 2 meters with other patients and staff.
  • Avoid unnecessary movement in the common areas of the department.

The patient can use their mobile phone as soon as they arrive at the ward. Loved ones can inquire about the condition by calling the patient’s cell phone directly.