UPMC 50% ownership stake in Rome’s Salvator Mundi International Hospital

UPMC 50% ownership stake in Rome's Salvator Mundi International Hospital

UPMC has taken a 50 percent stake in the private Salvator Mundi International Hospital in Rome and will lead clinical operations at the 75-bed doctor’s facility, including naming a medicinal executive and head working officer, as indicated by UPMC representative Wendy Zellner.

The present healing facility administrator, Rome Global Clinic Administration Srl, will hold half proprietorship at the doctor’s facility, which is going by Chief Michele Casciani.

Terms of the assention were not discharged.

The move adds to UPMC’s developing program of Italian operations that incorporate UPMC San Pietro, a radiotherapy focus in Rome; transplant doctor’s facility ISMETT in Palermo; the UPMC Organization for Wellbeing at the Terme di Chianciano Spa in Chianciano Terme; and an outpatient analytic and health focus in Carini, where UPMC additionally is arranging a biomedical research and biotechnology focus.

Ms. Zellner said Italy remains “a concentration of our global development endeavors,” including that “we expect that Salvator Mundi will profit by economies of scale with our other Italian operations.”

Salvator Mundi Global was established in 1951 and was overseen by the Sisters of the Heavenly Friend in need Roman Catholic assembly until 2012. Its administrations incorporate general pharmaceutical, urology, orthopedics, gynecology, radiology and gastroenterology.

UPMC 50% ownership stake in Rome’s Salvator Mundi International Hospital was last modified: September 21st, 2017 by Amy Stone

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