The Salvator Mundi International Hospital, was established in 1951 and is a private healthcare Hospital.
The Hospital offers highly specialized surgical and diagnostic equipment, 6 operating rooms, a postoperative intensive care unit and a wide array of specialty medical departments and services – amongst which the advanced International and Tropical Medicine and Microbiology Laboratory, the Imaging Center and a modern Physio Center with its Hydrokinesis pool.
They also offer an emergency first-aid service for both in-patients and out-patients (treating urgent but non-life-threatening conditions) as well as bespoke therapeutics
It offers services in the areas, such as andrology and sexology, foot surgery, anal and sacrum-coccygeal fistulas, orthopedic implants, interventional dermatology, pre-natal diagnosis, eco endoscopy, rehabilitation medicine, lithotripsy, sleep disorders, leg health and beauty, hand surgery, neurophtalmology, thyroid disorders, neuromotor optimization, homeopathy, allergology and intolerance, memory disorders, environmental medicine, psychiatric clinic, pediatric, ostheoporosis, and aesthetic medicine.
They are committed to providing their patients with the safest and highest of quality care.
The Hospital has a renowned team of dedicated medical specialists, which welcomes both local and international patients.
Humanitas Research Hospital is part of the Humanitas group and is one of the leading and most prestigious private hospital groups in Italy, with 8 hospitals, 4 of which are accredited by the JCI.
According to Harvard University, HUMANITAS is one of the four leading hospitals in the world in the field of innovations and technology. The hospital is built around centers for the prevention and treatment of cancer, cardiovascular disease, neurological disease and orthopedic disease, together with a bariatric center, ophthalmology center, and a fertility center. They offer the most advanced standards at an international level, multidisciplinary approaches.
The international department of the hospital is dedicated to working with patients from abroad, and provides continued language support, as well as moral and psychological support.
The mission of Humanitas Cancer Center is not to simply treat cancer: They want to take care of patients in a comprehensive and personalized way, using different therapeutic approaches which are tailored on their specific needs. Therefore, multidisciplinary collaboration is essential, not just between oncologists operating in different areas and branches (including medical oncologist, surgeon, diagnostician, radiation oncologist and psychologist). Any other specialist needed is involved in the different phases of the process of evaluation and treatment.