Mãe de Deus Hospital was established in 1979 and offers complete health solutions to its patients, from diagnosis to treatment.
The Hospital has 380 beds, advanced technological equipment, a team of highly qualified professionals and specialized clinical staff, consisting of more than 1,700 accredited doctors.
It is the only hospital in the South of Brazil to be doubly certified, by the National Accreditation Organization and Joint Commission International, for its excellence in care and commitment to patient safety.
Having achieved JCI accreditation, the hospital adheres to the highest standards in quality and care. For this reason, it is hugely popular among local patientsHospital Mae de Deus, located in Av Soledade, Porto Alegre, Brazil, is a long established and well known Hospital, serving the public since 1979.
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Very friendly hospital.
Having to watch (or at least listen to) Globo in the waiting room to do exams matches the word trash next to the television.
Good Morning!!! Today I had an exam scheduled for 8 am and the orientation is that we have to arrive half an hour before the scheduled time; well, i arrived at 7:27 ... at 8:15 the technician came to warn me that i couldn't call because the doctor hadn't arrived yet. I was attended at 8:30. My question is ... If the patient needs to arrive half an hour before, with 10 minutes of tolerance. At least out of respect for human beings, this rule should exist for doctors, agree ??? I felt disrespected !!! And yet, today, we must, to preserve ourselves, stay as short as possible, especially in hospitals.
I want to praise the Hospital Mãe de Deus as a whole.But, I want to give a very special thanks to the nurse Silvana, to Isabela and to Liliana, who provide assistance in the Emergency of stroke cases, where my father, Luiz Garavello is hospitalized, in bed 111.I thank all nursing assistants in the sector for their care and affection.Thank you for everything.The world needs more people like that!Silvia Garavello.
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