The Northern Vaudois Hospital Establishments (eHnv) ended 2022 with a loss, but lower than expected. The resumption of hospital and outpatient activity made it possible to limit the loss. A return to balance is expected for the 2025 budget.
After two years of pandemic, hospital activity resumed its cruising speed in 2022. The vaccination center closed its doors at the end of March, after having administered more than 80,000 doses against Covid-19, explain Thursday the eHnv in a press release.
Last year, the multi-site establishment offered new services such as outpatient physiotherapy in Chamblon. A “geriatrics team” has been set up to strengthen care and maintain the functional autonomy of seniors.
In June 2022, the eHnv returned the Germond Pavilion to the institution of the Deaconesses, which led to a reorganization of the Saint-Loup site. In Orbe, the result of the architectural competition for the future Treatment and Rehabilitation Center (CTR) will be known this summer.
The Yverdon-les-Bains hospital transformation and expansion project is progressing. The creation of a 400-space silo car park is planned to guarantee motorized access.
In detail, the hospital closes its financial year with a loss of 3.2 million francs, while a deficit of 7.5 million was budgeted. During 2022, the eHnvs presented a plan to return to the balance hoped for for the 2025 budget. “Despite the difficulties, this plan remains achievable if everyone contributes to its implementation in their sector of activity”, adds the press release.
In 2022, the establishment recorded 193,196 outpatient consultations, 7,832 operations and 957 births. Its five sites, in Yverdon, Chamblon, Cossonay, Orbe and Saint-Loup, have 393 beds and 1,642 employees.
This article has been published automatically. Source: ats
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