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.Salvator Mundi International Hospital, located in Via Caio Mario, Rome, Italy, is a long established and well known Hospital, serving the public since 1951.
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I was in the hospital for 3 days back in November. We came in the middle of the night (around 2 am) because we were advised by a different doctor that my symptoms showed signs of a ruptured appendix. My lower back was numb and I could barely walk or talk. We arrived and had to pay 1500 up front just to be seen to a room. I was in a lot of pain, this hospital was the closest, and we decided not to go to the public hospital and thought it would be best to be seen immediately... which was a mistake. They gave me antibiotics through an IV and only did some blood tests at first. The nurses were very friendly, I had my own room which was very clean and I couldn't complain, but the nurses knew that my appendix could have ruptured and they waited until 10am the next morning to get me an ultrasound and to run the appropriate tests because they told me I would have to wait for the doctor to arrive for anything to happen (if you know anything about inflamed appendixes, though, it's a surgery that's pretty urgent and that can end in death if not treated quickly enough). In the end, I didn't need the surgery, but something about having to wait 8 hours for the doctor in such a case doesn't sit right with me. I already paid 1500 for the room and antibiotic treatment, but I still owe the hospital 700eur which I'm trying to coordinate with my insurance for full reimbursement. The problem is that it's IMPOSSIBLE to contact the hospital for my administrative papers. Every e-mail is automatically rejected because their mailbox is full, and by phone it's nearly impossible to reach them. Other than my treatment being slow, it was still very good because the staff was friendly and the antibiotics they used worked wonders. However, they waited 8 hours to even begin to run tests, and to this day they still don't know what was wrong and couldn't diagnose me at all, and I think it's because they waited too long to run tests. I've been trying to contact them for weeks for the papers that I need to get reimbursed by my insurance company, and other than sending me the final bill with additional expenses that need to be paid, I have not heard a single thing in response.
To make an appointment at the switchboard they put you on hold, after about 10 minutes the line drops. After numerous unsuccessful attempts (always on hold) I gave up. Bad business card
Bad organization ... reservations for paying visits that overlap between Cup and private clinic and despite many employees no one can tell you anything about the patient's visit history (both paying both internally and directly booked in the clinic) It is true that there are patients of series A and those of series B
They are very interested in your insurance money. Not so interested in your health.
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