About HSC Blumenau

HSC Blumenau was born of a big dream. A dream that came true in collaboration with the people from Blumenau. Despite some adversities along the way, on June 27th, 1920, the Lutheran Community inaugurated the 50-bed hospital with one ward for men, and another one for women. German deaconesses were responsible for patient care.

Nowadays, HSC Blumenau is a 21,000m² hospital with 152 beds, including 20 Adult ICU beds, 10 Neonatal and Pediatric ICU beds, 18 Mental Health Clinic beds, 6 operating rooms, and 15 en-suite rooms, including a master en-suite.


Altogether we have around 1,000 employees (40% are nursing staff). HSC Blumenau also has 400 physicians who work in 46 specialties. On a monthly average, 3,500 Urgent Care consultations and 750 inpatient admissions are performed. In addition, around 600 surgeries are performed as well.

Our story

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Mission

Care for people, and promote health with safety, empathy, and efficiency.

Vision

Be recognized for providing a differentiated experience in health care.

Values




  • Ethics and Integrity
  • Quality and Safety in Health Care
  • Appreciation for People and Relationships
  • Sustainability
  • Innovation
  • Teamwork

Quality policy

Ensure patient satisfaction by providing them with quality services performed by our qualified staff. Besides, our staff is always committed to the continuous improvement of the processes and to the effectiveness of the management system.

Accreditations, awards and affiliations

Since the beginning of its activities, the Hospital has been investing in training and well-being of its professionals, in improving its processes and in searching for renowned management techniques and methods to offer its clients the best in medical and hospital care. All this without forgetting your commitment to society.



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    JCI

    HSC Blumenau has been recognized as a center of international excellence by the Joint Commission International (JCI), the most important quality certification body for healthcare institutions in the world. The adequacy of services and infrastructures to meet the requirements of JCI began more than two years ago at the Hospital. The certification is valid for three years and proves levels of excellence in service, management, infrastructure and professional qualification.


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    ONA

    Since 2016, the Hospital has maintained ONA level 3 certification, granted by the National Accreditation Organization to hospitals with management excellence. In practice, ONA 3 means that the institution has an operational team that is fully aligned with patient safety and quality of care. The achievement placed the institution in the select group of 6 hospitals in the state of Santa Catarina accredited by ONA 3 and the only one in the Itajaí Valley. In the country, only 167 hospitals have level III ONA.

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    GPTW

    Despite acting heavily as a consultant focused on organizational climate management, Great Place To Work is recognized primarily for rankings that elect the best companies to work for. The Hospital has been certified by the GPTW since 2017, and in 2018 was ranked 4th in the ranking of the best hospitals in Brazil to work.

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    ANAHP

    Since 2017, the Hospital has been part of the select group of hospitals of the National Association of Private Hospitals (NAPH), as Full Member. A title awarded only to hospitals with national accreditation at the level of excellence. Among the many benefits of the relationship is the comparison of practices, data and indicators that measure and enable the management of Hospital Institutions.

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    Sentry Network

    Sentry Network A member of the Sanitary Surveillance Sentinel Network since 2011, HSC Blumenau has partnered with other health services to monitor and report adverse problems related to products, equipment and procedures. The goal is to build a nationwide service network designed to notify adverse events and technical complaints of health products and thus ensure better products on the market and more safety and quality for patients and health professionals.

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    ODS

    The SDG Santa Catarina National Movement is a social movement made up of volunteers, of non-partisan, plural and ecumenical character, with the purpose of contributing to the improvement of the quality of life of Santa Catarina society, aiming to fulfill the commitments of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. , approved by UN member countries. HSC Blumenau has been a part of the movement since 2016 and has since helped transform the lives of hundreds of people.

Social Responsability

Take care of people. This is our business. That is what moves us. We know that in order to evolve in a sustainable way, it is necessary, beyond internal bases, to join efforts, mobilizing governments, the private sector and civil society. And that is our commitment.

As we open ourselves to dialogue, we are looking beyond the walls of our company. We work not only on the material themes of our business, but also on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which means we are committed to the United Nations (UN) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Over the past few years, we have continued to act on many fronts, and from a culture of dialogue and active listening, we have evolved in both what we do and how we do it. Sustainability and growth are goals that go together, and this is the path we are following.


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