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Will: Woman bequeaths real estate to Ebersberg District Clinic

2023-12-07T12:08:54.720Z

Highlights: Will: Woman bequeaths real estate to Ebersberg District Clinic. Woman bequeathed the hospital in her will. Real estate is also included in the estate, so it is likely to be a value that is quite important for the house. The amount of the sum could not yet be precisely quantified. In 2017, Ehrentraud Jakob from Baldham left the house an estate of around ten million euros. Almost all of this could be used to finance the company's own contribution for the construction of the new Central Emergency Department.



Status: 07.12.2023, 12:47 p.m.

By: Josef Ametsbichler

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A woman from the district is considering the Ebersberg district clinic with real estate in her estate. The hospital is delighted. It's tight on cash.

Ebersberg – It was only after the death of her patron that the Ebersberg District Clinic learned of her thanks. According to Managing Director Stefan Huber, a woman from the northern district of Ebersberg has bequeathed the hospital in her will. Real estate is also included in the estate, so it is likely to be a value that is quite important for the house. The amount of the sum could not yet be precisely quantified.

"I and the entire staff are very moved by the fact that people are so fond of the clinic," emphasizes Stefan Huber. This generosity makes it possible to make additional sensible investments for the Ebersberg District Hospital. Even in economically difficult phases, this is a great support in order to be able to continue to guarantee the health care of the people in the district of Ebersberg.

(By the way: Everything from the region can be found in our regular Ebersberg newsletter.)

In the red: Ebersberg Clinic can make good use of an estate

The district clinic is in the red, and a deficit of around the border of a double-digit million amount is expected for the current year. According to Managing Director Huber, the hospital is stumbling because the lump sums per case are currently not keeping pace with inflation and that the hospital reform of the federal government is dragging on for too long. On average, this makes a minus of around 200 euros per patient. A deficit that, in the worst case, the district of Ebersberg would have to compensate for from its own resources.

It is not the first time that a grateful patient has returned the favor to the district clinic with a generous donation in her will. In 2017, Ehrentraud Jakob from Baldham left the house an estate of around ten million euros. Almost all of this could be used to finance the company's own contribution for the construction of the new Central Emergency Department. "The Supervisory Board will still decide what the new inheritance can be used for," said the Managing Director. Recently, another woman from the region approached the district clinic. She also wants to bequeath a property to the house, according to Huber.

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