Kirchener hospital bids farewell to longtime chefs

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As part of an internal celebration, the DRK Hospital in Kirchen has adopted Barbara Lindenbeck, geriatrician and geriatrician, as well as Dr med. med. Gnter Bamberg, Head of Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine. Both leave the house on June 30th. The medical director, dr. med. Gerald Hensel, emphasized the always collegial dialogue with the two starting chefs.

Farewell to the long-time leader: (from the left) Bernd Decker (Managing Director DRK-Trgergesellschaft Sd-West MBH), Joachim Krekel (Outgoing Sales Director), Dr. Ing. med. Gnter Bamberg (Outgoing Chief Medical Officer, Internal Medicine), Barbara Lindenbeck (Outgoing Chief Medical Officer, Geratria), Dr. med. med. Gerald Hensel (Medical Director) and Julian Afflerbach (Director of Nursing). (Photo: DRC)

Churches. As part of an internal celebration, the DRK Hospital in Kirchen has adopted Barbara Lindenbeck, geriatrician and geriatrician, as well as Dr med. med. Gnter Bamberg, Head of Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine. Both leave the house on June 30th. Lindenbeck has worked at the German Red Cross (DKK) hospital since 2010, initially assuming a dual role as Chief Medical Officer at the Betzdorf Home / Rehabilitation Center. She was a pioneer in the hospital, said CEO Bernd Decker in his speech. The medicine of the age was not yet established and she had to form a therapeutic team and set up a station answering these new requirements. In 2013 an extension in the field of geriatric traumatology followed, joint supervision with the surgical department.

Hobbies Geronto Clowns

For Lindenbeck, the Geronto clowns were an official and official hobby, which she was able to do two consecutive workouts. In late 2018, even the country became aware of it: Prime Minister Malu Dreyer went to the hospital and was impressed, Decker said. Special thanks to Decker Barbara Lindenbeck, Executive Director, for training other geriatric physicians and the support of neighboring DRK hospitals for geriatric issues. Lindenbeck leaves the house in a branch of the town of Daaden.

One of the oldest doctors

Dr. med. Gnter Bamberg is one of the main rocks of the house. Since 1984 he had been working in hospital churches, planning only a break from continuing education, Decker said. Bamberg is very broad in the field of internal medicine, which is rather an exception today. Already during his assistantship, he developed his interest in intensive care medicine. In 1991, he created the outpatient pacemaker clinic. This was followed by the establishment and expansion of oncological and ambulatory chemotherapy (2000). Other areas of activity: Laboratory Medicine (1997), Pneumology and Palliative Medicine (since 2008). With Dr. Bamberg leaves one of the most experienced doctors in the house. Bamberg had witnessed three different districts of Trgerschaften, Sana and, since 2004, DRK and other changing and controlled requirements. Over the years, he and his fellow internists had also trained many specialists who are now largely dependent on the region. He also deserves special thanks for that, says Decker. Bamberg leaves the house for retirement.

Collegial dialogue

The medical director, dr. med. Gerald Hensel emphasized the still collegial dialogue with the two outgoing leaders and ended the honors of his colleagues with very personal words. Lindenbeck and Bamberg thanked the staff, the Weggefhrten and Untersttzern and wished the future of the churches in the DRC hospitals a bright future. (PM)


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