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10. Spitalul Clinic Județean de Urgență Cluj

Cluj County Emergency Clinical Hospital is a public hospital unit with beds functioning in Cluj-Napoca, Cluj county, Romania.

It was established in 1948 and is one of the largest hospitals in Romania. The hospital operates in more than 20 buildings, most of which are located in the center of Cluj and has a complex structure with 1592 beds organized in 34 clinical departments with almost all medical and surgical specialties (Clinical Surgery I, Internal Medicine I, Gastroenterology, Cardiology, Gynecology I and II, Neonatology, Nephrology, Surgery II, Vascular Surgery, Internal Medicine II, Internal Medicine III, Otolaryngology, Rheumatology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Maxillofacial Surgery I and II, Diabetes, Neurosurgery, Neurology I and II, Psychiatry I , II and III, Endocrinology, Labor Medicine).

Also in the structure of the hospital there is an Adult Emergency Receiving Unit, as well as an Outpatient Clinic in all specialties corresponding to the clinical departments. The hospital has over 3000 employees, of which about 1450 have higher education. The hospital’s activity is focused on three segments: medical assistance, university and postgraduate medical education and medical scientific research.

09. Centrul Medical Medsana

Medsana is a provider of medical services in Romania. The Medsana Medical Center has been on the Romanian market since 1995 as part of the Athens Medical Center (AMC), a leading medical market in Greece, and has two clinics in Bucharest [1]. Medsana is recognized as the only medical center in Bucharest accredited for the medical control of people planning to emigrate to Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

In July 2009, the Medsana network included two medical centers in Bucharest: Spring and Cotroceni, a multidisciplinary medical center in Ploiesti and a laboratory equipped with automatic analyzers.

In 2010, approximately 170,000 patients were served in the three Medsana clinics in Bucharest and Ploiesti.

In 2007, Athens Medical Center merged with the international group Asklepios Kliniken, which operates 100 hospitals worldwide

08. Spitalul Clinic Municipal de Urgenta Timisoara

Timişoara Municipal Emergency Hospital from Timişoara was established following the Decision no. 1990 of October 6, 2011 of Timisoara Local Council through the merger of several municipal hospitals.

The merger aims at providing more efficient and comprehensive health care. In 2013, the Municipal Hospital included 23 departments with 1,024 beds, about half of which were surgical beds.

The 23 departments of the newly established municipal clinic are spread across multiple clinics and hospitals.

07. Spitalul Clinic Judetean de Urgenta Timisoara

The District Emergency Medicine Hospital of Timisoara (Romanian County Clinical Hospital Timisoara, popular Kreisspital) was the first county hospital founded as a central university hospital in Timisoara in 1974 and is still the the largest and most modern hospital in Timis County and the West of Romania.

The constant growth of the population in the 1960s required the construction of a new modern hospital in Timisoara. In 1970, it was decided to build a nine-story central university clinic. Between 1970 and 1974, the new district hospital in the new Cairo Giroc area was built, the largest and most modern hospital in western Romania.

Co-founder and first director of the county hospital was Ferdinand Nistor-Gallo, one of Banat’s greatest health care sponsors. As a director of the district hospital, he established the first dialysis center and performed the first kidney transplant in Romania. The district hospital also operates a school for the training of medical staff.

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05. Centrul de Diagnostic si Tratament Dr Victor Babes

Aware that health is not everything, but everything without health is nothing, we have a sanogenic vision – we promote a culture of health.

We offer to any person, regardless of age and occupation, general and specialized clinical exams, general and specialized laboratory investigations for disease prevention, health promotion, etiological diagnosis, leading to the appropriate therapeutic attitude.

The care provided by the Victor Babeş Medical Clinic has the ultimate goal of addressing the patient’s medical problems until their full remittance and providing maximum comfort to improve the patient’s quality of life through an early accurate diagnosis and the most specific treatment possible.

04. Spitalul Clinic Judetean de Urgenta Targu-Mures

Alongside Brasov County, Mureş owns the most developed sanitary network in the Centru Development Region, the most important hospital being the Emergency Hospital in Târgu Mureş.

In the national medical system in Romania, the city is a center of polarization not only at the level of Mureş County, but also a regional one from the point of view of the quality and degree of specialization of the medical act.
There are health facilities in the city capable of providing high-complex medical services, including:

Emergency County Clinical Hospital Târgu Mureş (regional emergency unit with classification Ia, which also includes the former Institute of Cardiovascular and Transplantation Diseases Târgu Mureş).
Mobile Emergency, Reanimation and Download Service (SMURD)
County Clinical Hospital Mures. It has sections and compartments located in the pavilion system throughout the municipality, as well as working points for providing paraclinical and related services.

Hospital medical services are also provided by:

Nova Vita Hospital. It is a health care unit (private equity) with 170 beds.
Galenus Medical Center Hospital. It also operates on the basis of a private equity investment.

03. Spitalul Judetean Baia Mare

The Baia Mare County Hospital was built between 1966 and 1971 and was inaugurated in January 1972. It is a 12-storey building and has 8 elevators. At the inauguration there were 1045 beds and 12 sections, now having 1077 beds and 29 sections.

the Emergency County Hospital “Dr. Constantin Opris “Baia Mare took place on January 11, 1972, being the most modern medical unit after Bucharest [1]. The hospital had more than 1,000 beds, the sick being hospitalized in the 14 sections, depending on their affections.

The construction of the hospital was carried out between 1967-1972 by the Oradea Industrial Construction Trust, Baia Mare Site (whose engineer was Romulus Couti), following a unique project by the architect Mihai Enescu. In the first years of its operation, the new hospital building was among the top four in the country, alongside the similar institutions in Constanta, Craiova and Galati.

02.Regina Maria Reteaua privata de sanatate

The private health network Regina Maria is a private Romanian company providing medical services. It was founded by cardiologist Wargha Enayati in 1995 under the name Unirea Medical Center, but in 2011, by merging with Euroclinic, it was named today. At present (January 2014) it operates in 33 own locations (in Bucharest and the country) and over 180 partner clinics.

Also in June 2011, Regina Maria Foundation established in Bucharest the Regina Maria Social Clinic, which offers monthly free medical care for approximately 350 uninsured patients.

At the end of 2012, Queen Maria has reached a total of 160,000 corporate clients.

In 2013, the private health network Regina Maria opened the 19th polyclinic network in Pitesti. The total investment reached 300,000 euros.

In 2014, at the end of the second quarter, the Queen Maria Foundation is expected to open the second Social Polyclinic in Romania.

01. Medical Center Medlife

MedLife is the company dedicated to providing every client with professional medical services at the highest standards, based on state-of-the-art technology support, with impeccable safety and comfort.

We have continually developed our desire to meet the most demanding and complex medical demands. Health is our profession and passion, and our goal is to improve the quality of life of every patient who passes our threshold. Access to our services is facilitated by the integrated system that we apply: outpatient, hospital, analytical laboratory, pharmacy, imaging, corporate subscriptions.

For your benefit, we bring the 22 years of experience on the private medical services market in Romania. We are committed to providing unique services through the professionalism, care and responsibility of our medical staff, through the state-of-the-art equipment and facilities we provide every day.

We are enjoying the international recognition of our service quality through our support from International Finance Corporation – the Financial Services Division of the World Bank Group and Societe Generale, who chose to support us by becoming MedLife shareholders.