What would really help?

Amesol is a partner for the German healthcare industry regarding the qualification, deployment and integration of foreign nursing professionals. We provide a meaningful and sustainable solution to the German shortage of nursing personnel.

Corporate strategy.

Think global, act local!

We understand that lasting and measurable success in the recruitment of foreign nursing personnel can only be achieved by a project approach with professional structures and a diverse set of expertise. That is why Amesols interdisciplinary core team consists of health care experts, entrepreneurs and project managers, who understand the complexity of the healthcare sector form own experience, the economic reality behind it and the high level of responsibly when it comes to the individuals involved in this process. Further, Amesol closely cooperates with established training and recruitment partners operating in these sourcing countries. Together we offer an unmatched network of professionals, a high level of operational diversification and therefore a reliable solution to our customers.

With the objective to solve the nursing care crisis in Germany significantly, we have created a unique consortium together with our customers, leading hospital groups as well as nursing home operators.

Corporate strategy.

Think global, act local!

We understand that lasting and measurable success in the recruitment of foreign nursing personnel can only be achieved by a project approach with professional structures and a diverse set of expertise. That is why Amesols interdisciplinary core team consists of health care experts, entrepreneurs and project managers, who understand the complexity of the healthcare sector form own experience, the economic reality behind it and the high level of responsibly when it comes to the individuals involved in this process. Further, Amesol closely cooperates with established training and recruitment partners operating in these sourcing countries. Together we offer an unmatched network of professionals, a high level of operational diversification and therefore a reliable solution to our customers.

With the objective to solve the nursing care crisis in Germany significantly, we have created a unique consortium together with our customers, leading hospital groups as well as nursing home operators.

Services.

Simplify complexity.

We do not describe a standard recruiting process to you. We are interested in your specific requirements and in real solutions for you. To this end, we want to determine your real recruitment needs and define our partnership based on our experience. Which of your recruitment expectations were not fulfilled so far? And how sustainable is your personnel strategy really?

Our global partners are, without exception, proven professionals who have been recruiting, training, and deploying specialists in their respective countries for decades. They are trusted experts with the local circumstances and possess direct access to embassies, ministries, universities, language schools and other relevant institutions. They operate their own local training facilities and nationwide recruitment structures. Thereby, large numbers of potential applicants are reached, thoroughly selected and trained. This is all based on many years of experience in these processes and they have proven this to their customers in shipping and other demanding industries for years.

We combine this for you with our know-how in the German health care industry, the understanding of our client requirements and the experience in decoding the complicated legal framework, such as approval procedures, recognition processes and the overall bureaucratic structures in Germany.

We are the central platform and manage the entire project in every phase to reduce complexity and make it as simple as possible for everyone involved.


Our Partner “Uniteam Marine”, established in 1986, is part of an international group and Myanmar’s largest employer for training and crewing within the maritime sector.

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Our Partner “Marlow Navigation” is operating since 1982 and has become the largest maritime employer in the Philippines for training and crewing.

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Services.

Simplify complexity.

We do not describe a standard recruiting process to you. We are interested in your specific requirements and in real solutions for you. To this end, we want to determine your real recruitment needs and define our partnership based on our experience. Which of your recruitment expectations were not fulfilled so far? And how sustainable is your personnel strategy really?

Our global partners are, without exception, proven professionals who have been recruiting, training, and deploying specialists in their respective countries for decades. They are trusted experts with the local circumstances and possess direct access to embassies, ministries, universities, language schools and other relevant institutions. They operate their own local training facilities and nationwide recruitment structures. Thereby, large numbers of potential applicants are reached, thoroughly selected and trained. This is all based on many years of experience in these processes and they have proven this to their customers in shipping and other demanding industries for years.

We combine this for you with our know-how in the German health care industry, the understanding of our client requirements and the experience in decoding the complicated legal framework, such as approval procedures, recognition processes and the overall bureaucratic structures in Germany.

We are the central platform and manage the entire project in every phase to reduce complexity and make it as simple as possible for everyone involved.


Our Partner “Uniteam Marine”, established in 1986, is part of an international group and Myanmar’s largest employer for training and crewing within the maritime sector.

view website


Our Partner “Marlow Navigation” is operating since 1982 and has become the largest maritime employer in the Philippines for training and crewing.

view website

Business Principles.

Sustain and develop.

We seek to follow the WHO's "Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel". For us these are guiding principles when it comes to a just and humane treatment of health personnel and the situation in their home country. Only a fair treatment of everyone and every party involved ensures long term success in this industry. High transparency is therefore of central importance for Amesol and we appreciate the significant impact of each applicant’s decision to take on such a challenge. We understand that our reputation in those countries is the hard currency of the international recruitment sector.

These values are central when selecting and evaluating the relationship with our partners and clients. Therefore, they also have corresponding obligations. Specifically:

Conscious integration

Integration must accompany the applicant until well after the first day of work and any problems that arise must be recognised early and solved quickly. Integration has two directions: In addition to the applicant from abroad, the welcoming teams must also be considered. The declining acceptance within nursing teams for foreign colleagues shows that this topic has been given too little attention in the past.

Adequate use of specialists

A foreign nurse, who has been trained mainly as a physician’s assistant and in diagnostics and who has studied for four years, would naturally like to be employed with a similar job description. Therefore, a transparent and realistic presentation of the later tasks is essential. To contribute to daily tasks within the new unit and not to feel exploited, increases retention rates significantly and avoids early fluctuation, which is frustrating for everyone involved.

Good language skills

The German language is challenging. But it also paves the way for good communication with patients and team colleagues for the new life in Germany. Therefore it is a key bridge to a successful integration. However, this requires sufficient time which must be given to the applicant as well as patience and empathy.
We would not be your partner, if we would not see these requirements as our responsibility as well.

Business Principles.

Sustain and develop.

We seek to follow the WHO's "Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel". For us these are guiding principles when it comes to a just and humane treatment of health personnel and the situation in their home country. Only a fair treatment of everyone and every party involved ensures long term success in this industry. High transparency is therefore of central importance for Amesol and we appreciate the significant impact of each applicant’s decision to take on such a challenge. We understand that our reputation in those countries is the hard currency of the international recruitment sector.

These values are central when selecting and evaluating the relationship with our partners and clients. Therefore, they also have corresponding obligations. Specifically:
  • Integration must accompany the applicant until well after the first day of work and any problems that arise must be recognised early and solved quickly. Integration has two directions: In addition to the applicant from abroad, the welcoming teams must also be considered. The declining acceptance within nursing teams for foreign colleagues shows that this topic has been given too little attention in the past.
  • A foreign nurse, who has been trained mainly as a physician’s assistant and in diagnostics and who has studied for four years, would naturally like to be employed with a similar job description. Therefore, a transparent and realistic presentation of the later tasks is essential. To contribute to daily tasks within the new unit and not to feel exploited, increases retention rates significantly and avoids early fluctuation, which is frustrating for everyone involved.
  • The German language is challenging. But it also paves the way for good communication with patients and team colleagues for the new life in Germany. Therefore it is a key bridge to a successful integration. However, this requires sufficient time which must be given to the applicant as well as patience and empathy.
We would not be your partner, if we would not see these requirements as our responsibility as well.

Contact persons.

Creating together.

Headquartered in Hamburg, Amesol has been addressing the pressing issue of staff shortages in the German healthcare industry since 2018. With its established partners in relevant Asian countries, experienced in training professionals for employment abroad, and leading clinics and nursing home operators in Germany, Amesol is uniquely positioned nationally and internationally.

Talk to you team members Mrs. Ulrike Steinecke and Mr. Moritz Büning and get to know us.

Ulrike Steinecke

Ulrike Steinecke most recently headed the international cooperation department of the Central Academy for Health Professions (ZAB) for five years. In her role she had established innovative qualification measures for the recognition of foreign physician and nursing degrees in Germany. Furthermore, she had developed close and effective relations with all relevant authorities on national and international level that where critical to the success of her work. Prior as a consultant, she supported healthcare institutions in the reorganisation of out- and inpatient units and as a trained physiotherapist, she was chairman of the German Association for Physiotherapy for twelve years. She is a proven expert in the healthcare industry and is responsible for the operation of all international projects at Amesol.

Moritz Büning

Moritz Büning most recently worked as a consultant and project manager in KPMG's management consulting department for four years, supporting leading companies with complex strategy and transformation projects. Prior to that, he was responsible for international projects at a US growth company in London and contributed to the development of the German market. He began his career with an apprenticeship as a shipping specialist in Hamburg and continued to study business administration and psychology in London and at the University of Edinburgh. Today, as Managing Director of Amesol, he is taking on the challenge of establishing a measurable, fair and sustainable solution to overcome the enormous lack of nursing personnel in Germany.

Contact persons.

Creating together.

Headquartered in Hamburg, Amesol has been addressing the pressing issue of staff shortages in the German healthcare industry since 2018. With its established partners in relevant Asian countries, experienced in training professionals for employment abroad, and leading clinics and nursing home operators in Germany, Amesol is uniquely positioned nationally and internationally.

Talk to you team members Mrs. Ulrike Steinecke and Mr. Moritz Büning and get to know us.

Ulrike Steinecke

Ulrike Steinecke most recently headed the international cooperation department of the Central Academy for Health Professions (ZAB) for five years. In her role she had established innovative qualification measures for the recognition of foreign physician and nursing degrees in Germany. Furthermore, she had developed close and effective relations with all relevant authorities on national and international level that where critical to the success of her work. Prior as a consultant, she supported healthcare institutions in the reorganisation of out- and inpatient units and as a trained physiotherapist, she was chairman of the German Association for Physiotherapy for twelve years. She is a proven expert in the healthcare industry and is responsible for the operation of all international projects at Amesol.

Moritz Büning

Moritz Büning most recently worked as a consultant and project manager in KPMG's management consulting department for four years, supporting leading companies with complex strategy and transformation projects. Prior to that, he was responsible for international projects at a US growth company in London and contributed to the development of the German market. He began his career with an apprenticeship as a shipping specialist in Hamburg and continued to study business administration and psychology in London and at the University of Edinburgh. Today, as Managing Director of Amesol, he is taking on the challenge of establishing a measurable, fair and sustainable solution to overcome the enormous lack of nursing personnel in Germany.

Contact.

Trust and the same underlying values are key for a successful partnership. Let us find out if we can make a difference together.

letswork@amesol.de

+49 40 228 679 300

Contact.

Trust and the same underlying values are key for a successful partnership. Let us find out if we can make a difference together.

letswork@amesol.de

+49 40 228 679 300

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