What does the “Schlasskéier” project in Wiltz involve?

The "Schlasskéier" project is being realised near the St Joseph Clinic in Wiltz. DP MPs André Bauler and Carole Hartmann asked the responsible ministers, among other things, whether a medical centre will be part of this project, how many people will work there later and what the cooperation with the clinic will look like.

Question

„An hirer gemeinsamer Äntwert op eis parlamentaresch Fro n°7111 vum 3. November 2022 hunn d‘Madamm Gesondheetsministesch an den Här Minister fir sozial Sécherheet e Projet mam Numm „Schlasskéier“ no bei der Clinique Saint Joseph zu Wooltz an d’Gespréich bruecht.

An deem Kontext wollte mir der Madamm Gesondheetsministesch an dem Här Minister fir sozial Sécherheet folgend Froe stellen:

  • Soll dëse Projet eng Maison médicale oder e Centre médical hebergéieren?
  • Ginn déi raimlech Kapazitéite vun der Jousefsklinik net méi duer fir verschidden Zerwisser unzebidden?
  • Wat fir eng Leit, respektiv wéi vill Leit, sollen an dëser Struktur spéider schaffen a wéi gesäit d’Kooperatioun mat der Klinik aus?
  • Vu, datt zënter längerer Zäit keen Noutdéngscht méi zu Wooltz an den Owes- an Nuetsstonnen ugebuede gëtt, wier et dofir net sënnvoll fir déi eidelstoend Raimlechkeeten an der Klinik ze notzen, dat fir medezinesch Déngschter, déi soss an enger Maison médicale offréiert ginn ?“

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