The works with the contribution of the Il Sorriso foundation, which donated 20,000 euros
Republic of San Marino
| 13:35 – 28 October 2021
At the end of September, a series of restructuring, adaptation and provision of new technological equipment for the Intensive and Semi-Intensive Care ward of the San Marino State Hospital was completed.
In particular, the entire department was wired with cameras for monitoring each station and common areas, the entire system was replaced and maintenance and floor work were carried out, as well as painting.
In addition, new bedside monitors have been added, enhancing patient observation through a new monitoring center and repetition of the same in a second observation post.
The works involved both the Intensive and Semi-Intensive Care, making the Semi-Intensive rooms completely suitable for accommodating patients who need treatment and attention equal to intensive care.
These are important interventions, which are part of a larger project concerning Intensive Care, and for which further tenders are also underway to equip the service with new equipment that will replace part of the one currently in use. “I want to thank the Committee on my own behalf and on behalf of the ISS Executive – declares the General Manager Sergio Rabini – all the workers involved in the work and all the ISS staff of the department for the precious and irreplaceable activity carried out up to now. I also take this opportunity to extend my heartfelt thanks to the Il Sorriso Foundation which at the end of July donated the sum of 20 thousand euros as a contribution to the purchase of equipment for the Intensive Care Department “.