Anyone can access our facility following a trauma, an accident or a work accident, upon confirmation of bed availability (for further information contact the clinic switchboard) or by orthopedic evaluation. This type of hospitalization is also covered by our agreement with the national health service.
A medical examination from one of our specialists is always necessary before hospitalization. Then, the patient who needs surgery will be put on a waiting list, managed in line with regional and national regulations.
Chronological order is followed but priority will be given to any urgent cases reported by the proposing specialist.
A few days before the surgery, you will go to the private clinic for pre-hospitalization which may involve various specialist consultations. You will need to be fasting and to respect the schedule arranged with the clinic staff. You will need to bring your health card, a valid identity card, a sample of morning urine in a sterile container (only for major surgeries), all your health documentation (reports of laboratory tests or instrumental investigations, medical records of previous admissions etc.) and a up-to-date list of all medications you are currently taking.
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from Monday to Friday, from 8.30 to 15.30
The day of hospitalization
On hospitalization day you will need to be fasting, and to bring with you your health card, a valid identity card and your GP’s referral for the hospitalization.
After admission, you will undergo further medical assessments (only for major surgery). Before each intervention, you will be asked to carefully read and sign information and permission forms concerning the diagnostic investigations and therapeutic procedures that you will undergo, as well as about the risks associated with those procedures, and possible alternative treatments. Later you will be taken to your assigned hospital room, waiting to go to the operating room.
You should bring to the clinic a pair of pajamas (for men) or a nightgown (for women), which can be opened from the front. You should also bring a spare nightgown or pajamas, a dressing gown, a pair of slippers, underclothes and toiletries.