Kos in a nutshell

KOS is a leading Italian healthcare group that operates in the area of social health, residential care for chronic illnesses, rehabilitation and mental health services, advanced technology applied to medicine and acute care medicine.

The KOS Group operates in 11 Italian regions and two foreign countries; it has a total of over 7,900 beds. KOS manages 83 facilities in Italy: 50 nursing homes; 12 rehabilitation centres; 12 psychiatric treatment communities and 5 mental health clinics; 2 hospitals. It also operates 24 outpatient rehabilitation and diagnosis clinics and 27 diagnosis and therapy service centres (8 in Italy, 16 in India and 2 in the UK). Over 7,400 people work with the group, including 6,400 employees.

 

GROUP PRINCIPLES

  • High quality standards in all group facilities
  • Full focus on customer requirements in compliance with ethical principles
  • Strict compliance with the law and corporate code of ethics
  • Continuous investment in training to ensure staff professional growth
  • Preference for hiring permanent staff rather than freelance, agency or cooperative staff
  • Constant commitment to improving the level of service
  • Encouragement of innovation in seeking new opportunities
  • Close attention to protocols for the welcome and care of patients
  • Real interaction to take account of social security plans and to offer the best solutions to take the patients into care for them for their relatives
  • Efficiency ensured through rigorous monitoring of all processes

 

THE NUMBERS

  • 2002 – year of establishment
  • 3 areas of activity: long term care, acute care, diagnostic and cancer care
  • over 7,900  beds
  • 83 facilities including nursing homes (50), hospitals (2), rehabilitation centres (14), mental health facilities (12),  mental health clinics (5)
  • 23 outpatient clinics
  • 27 diagnosis and therapy service centres
  • The leading private nursing home operator in Italy
  • The group operates in 11 Italian regions
  • It operates in 2 foreign countries
  • over 7,400 people work with the group, including 6,400 employees
  • over 6,000 healthcare and social health professionals