The new “House G” building replaces the range of care services that had existed until then. Eight new wards were created with 32 beds each, at the same time the entrance area of the entire complex was improved by means of a new main corridor in front of the clinic. The car park and a convention section are located in the semi-basement, the main entrance is on the ground floor. The reception, from which you can gain an overview of the semi-basement, the clinic forum, the lifts and the waiting room seats, from the centre point of the entrance areas. The spiritual welfare and commercial service areas are located at the eastern edge of the building, whilst the southern wing accommodates a cafeteria with an open terrace. The area can be opened up by means of flexible walls to form a conference and training area. The clinic forum is a four-storey hall with a glass ceiling between the new building and the old clinic and serves as an area for meetings and exhibitions. On the ground floor and the 1st floor the main corridors each serve as connecting axes between the new and the old building. The ambulances and visitors arrive on the ground floor, the medical examination and treatment areas are located on the 1st floor. The lifts and stairways and the medical care rooms and the patient bath are located in the centre of the four upper storeys, which each accommodate two wards. Lounges and dining areas for the patients are located between the wards. The care centre of each ward contains the sister’s service workplaces as well the working and recreation rooms for the medical staff.