Immanuel Albertinen Diakonie
Immanuel Albertinen Diakonie was formed in January 2019 from the merger of Albertinen Diakoniewerk and Immanuel Diakonie and stands for bundled expertise for people in challenging life situations.
This includes facilities for inpatient hospital care, care for the elderly, hospice services and medical care centres. In addition, there is care for people with disabilities, offers in addiction care, child and youth welfare and psychosocial counselling, among others. A highly specialised academy for basic, advanced and further training, the sponsorship of a topic-related university education in the Brandenburg Theodor Fontane Medical School as well as service companies round off the range of services. Several thousand employees in the federal states of Berlin, Brandenburg, Hamburg, Hessen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Schleswig-Holstein and Thüringen care for others: in the best of hands, for the sake of life.
The Immanuel Albertinen Diakonie with its various companies is a diaconal, public welfare-oriented group of companies with two shareholders: the Albertine Assor Foundation and the Evangelisch-Freikirchliche Gemeinde Berlin-Schöneberg, Hauptstraße, K.d.ö.R. "baptisten.schöneberg".