"First of all, the sick, in them we find the strength to work hard"
The Specialist Hospital in Piła is an independent public health care facility, the main purpose of which is to meet the health needs of the inhabitants of the city of Piła and the surrounding area. The location of the hospital away from the hustle and bustle of public transport and the surrounding beautiful forest areas are additional aesthetic values, and the close contact with nature (park-walking terraces) accelerate recovery.
We offer medical care with an individualized approach, focused on the needs of the patient. We focus on the high quality of medical services, respecting patient's rights and due to continuous education of medical personnel. We provide quick and comprehensive diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation, we conduct teaching activities in the field of medical sciences as part of training doctors and other medical professions, and in a separate scope of non-medical professions.
We want to constantly improve the level of services provided, increase the Hospital's credibility on the market and increase patient confidence. We conduct questionnaire studies assessing the level of patient satisfaction. The information obtained in this way gives us the opportunity to look at the quality of the services provided through the prism of your expectations and serve to improve the quality of medical services provided in our Hospital. We increase the awareness of staff in areas such as: supervision of medical equipment, control of hospital infections, standardization and implementation of hygienic procedures and the related harmonization of drug management policy, improvement of medical records, and above all, improvement of patient care and safety during hospitalization.
In 2021, we received the ESO ANGELS diamond certificate for the Neurology Department with the Stroke Department. It is a world award in the treatment of stroke. Our departments are developing by obtaining modern medical equipment. In a safe manner and in accordance with applicable standards, we protect patients who require surgical intervention in the field of the central nervous system, head and neck. We have a world-class set for neuronavigation and an operating microscope for nearly PLN 2 million, thanks to which we can talk about the huge development of our Neurosurgery and Otolaryngology and Laryngological Oncology departments, as well as many other specializations dealing with the care of oncological patients.
Our experience, knowledge and care have been appreciated. In 2022, we obtained an accreditation certificate, which proves that our Hospital is characterized by a high level of functioning and good quality of services provided
Director of the Specialist Hospital in Piła
Patron of the hospital
Stanisław Wawrzyniec Staszic (1755-1826), a statesman, became famous as one of the most outstanding representatives of the Polish Enlightenment. At the same time, a priest, scientist, philosopher, geologist and geographer, philanthropist, political and educational activist, precursor of field research and mountain tourism.
S. W. Staszic was born on November 6, 1755 in Piła. He was the son of Wawrzyniec and Katarzyna Sztaszic. His father was the mayor of Piła. Stanisław had three siblings: Andrzej, Antoni and Anna. Today, in his family home in Piła there is a museum dedicated to his memory.
He graduated from the parish school in his hometown, then from the Poznań secondary school, and then fromt the seminary, which he finished with priestly ordination at the turn of 1778-1779. In 1779 he went to study abroad at the College Royal in Paris, where he devoted himself to natural and physical sciences.
After returning to the country in 1781, Staszic became the tutor of Andrzej Zamoyski's sons. In 1787, he published a book entitled “Notes on the life of Jan Zamoyski” , and in 1890 “Warnings for Poland “. In the same year, he set out on a trip to Italy, during which he wrote “A Travel Diary”.
After 1795 he took up activities for the economic development of the country and scientific work.
On August 3-22, 1805 he went on a scientific expedition to the Tatra Mountains and begins writing the work “On the Carpathian land and other Polish mountains and plains”.
From October 16, 1808 until his death, he was the president of the Society of Friends of Sciences, which existed in Warsaw from November 16, 1800.
In the years 1807-15 he was a member of the Educational Chamber and the National Education Directorate of the Duchy of Warsaw. Later he became a member of the Elementary Society for the Books.
In 1807 he ran for the office of referendary. He was appointed by Frederick Augustus in November 1808, then in 1810 he began working as a counselor in the Council of State.
In June 1815, he was nominated to the high office of a member of the Council of State. In addition, in the same year, in December, he became a member of the Government Commission for Religious Denominations and Public Enlightenment of the Kingdom. There he managed the organization of education.
In 1816 he was appointed director of the Department (later Directorate) of Industry and Crafts in the Government Commission for Internal Affairs and Police. He held this office until May 1824, when, after a conflict with Drucki-Lubecki, the Tsar of Russia dismissed him from this post at the request of Staszic.
In 1824, he became the Minister of State of the Kingdom of Poland. Stanisław Staszic made a great contribution to the development of education. In 1816 he founded the Academy of Mining in Kielce and the Agronomic Institute in Marymont. In 1816, the Royal University in Warsaw was established, with this great Pole as the head of the Main Council. Also at the request of Staszic, the Preparatory School for the Polytechnic Institute was established in Warsaw in 1825, which in 1827 achieved the status of a university.
One of the greatest achievements of Staszic is the Hrubieszów Agricultural Society, established in 1816. The Society had an area of 6,000 hectares and, apart from the town of Hrubieszów, there were several villages there. The statute of the Society abolished serfdom in these estates and gave the peasants the right of ownership of the land used, and shared ownership of forests, ponds, part of the arable land as well as mills, sawmills, brickyards, etc. The Society ran a loan fund, a hospital, organized schools, granted scholarships, etc. The Society was then one of the most mature pre-cooperative organizations in Europe.
The most outstanding literary works of Stanisław Staszic include: “Notes on the life of Jan Zamoyski” (1787), “Warnings for Poland” (1790), “On the land of the Carpathians and other Polish mountains and plains” (1815), “The Human Race"”(1819-20).
In Warsaw, thanks to his efforts and generously donated funds, the following ones were erected: the Staszic Palace and the monuments of: Nicolaus Copernicus and Fr. Józef Poniatowski. He allocated significant funds in his will to several hospitals in Warsaw, to the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Warsaw and the Institute of the Deaf, and to the construction of a Home of the Asylum and Workfor the poor at ul. Wolska.
In 1815 this great Pole received the 1st class Order of St. Stanisław and in 1824 the Order of the White Eagle.
He died on January 20, 1826, and his funeral took place on January 24, which was a great manifestation. His grave is located at the former monastery church of the Camaldolese Fathers in Bielany.
His thoughts deserve attention, including:
When Poles know how to value themselves at home, they will also value them abroad.
Man's first duty is to work.
Only through work does one become a useful citizen.
A talent is like a piece of noble but raw metal: only diligent work will work it out and give it great value.
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