Only personally committed people can usher in success. The members of our staff (currently 16 people) use their technical expertise and experience and think holistically for your success. We will guide you earnestly and the quality of our work and trustful cooperation is a matter of great importance to us:
Industrial Engineer (TU Berlin)
After graduating from the Technical University of Berlin, he worked initially in a consulting firm before joining a service and engineering company most recently as a commercial manager for plant engineering. Subsequently, he was responsible nationwide for the development of products and services for hospitals with an engineering services provider based in southern Germany.
In 2001 he was an honorary member in the scientific society for hospital engineering (Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft für Krankenhaustechnik e.V.) and became an active board member in 2006 and since 2015 its president. www.wgkt.de
At CoSolvia. Cord Brüning has been responsible for the sections Finance/Organization and for medico-technical consulting for clients.
Graduate Engineer Technical Healthcare (FH Giessen)
After graduating, he worked as a technical manager in a local hospital and at a casualty clinic for handling cases of occupational safety (Berufsgenossenschaftliche Unfallklinik). Later he moved to a private hospital in which he looked after 60 hospital facilities with nearly 17,500 beds as "Head of the Central Service of Operations Engineering".
In 1997 he was an honorary member in the scientific society for hospital engineering (Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft für Krankenhaustechnik e.V.) and since 2002 a board member. www.wgkt.de
Since 2004 he has been teaching on a part-time basis at the Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin and also publishing the loose-leaf collection on the subject of clinical engineering, a practical guide for the technical manager (KrankenhausTechnik - Das Praxishandbuch für den Technischen Leiter).
At CoSolvia, Christoph Feldhaus is responsible for the sections technology analysis and management and for medico-technical consulting for clients.
Graduate Engineer (Biomedical Engineering)
After graduating, he worked as the head of the medical technology department in a major hospital, and as a testing engineer for medical technical equipment. Later he assumed the management duties of a manufacturer-independent service company.
In 2002, Thomas Pleiss founded the Pleiss Medizintechnik GmbH enterprise and established an extensive network involving hospitals, service providers, societies and associations as well as the industry. The enterprise was merged with CoSolvia GmbH & Co. KG retrospectively from 1 January 2011 and particularly enhanced the area of medico-technical consulting services.
Thomas Pleiss has been working for over 15 years as a publicly appointed and sworn expert by the chamber of commerce and industry (IHK Rheinhessen) for medical products.
Horst Träger was for more than 30 years a technical director and longtime authorized representative of a renowned clinic.
At the same time, he went on to extend his study qualifications, among other things, in electrical engineering, specialization in occupational health and safety, in fire safety, waste management and environmental protection.
Horst Träger is an honorary member in the association for hospital engineering (Fachvereinigung Krankenhaustechnik e.V.) and since 2007 on its board since 2012 its president.
At CoSolvia, he is responsible for providing strategic medico-technical consulting to clients and for technology management as interim management or coach.
Jürgen Wendler was for many years the deputy technical director of a major hospital and a member of the Planning Session for New Constructions (Planungsrunde Neubau) of a group of hospitals.
He then worked as a regional manager for engineering for a group of hospitals.
At CoSolvia, he is responsible for project management with monitoring and management functions, the technology management as interim management or coach as well as for new constructions and remodeling projects of clients.
Norbert Termer has been working for many years as the "Head of Medical Engineering" of a hospital and in overlapping capacity across many hospitals of a hospital network.
He worked as the technical manager and purchasing manager for medical equipment at a private Switzerland based group of hospitals.
As an assessor, Norbert Termer is a member of the board of the association of biomedical engineering (Fachverband Biomedizinische Technik e.V.) and actively takes part in the action group for patient safety (Aktionsbündnis Patientensicherheit) and in the editorial team for "Training/Briefing".
At CoSolvia, he is responsible for the project management with monitoring and management function and for the technology management for clients.