Top 10 Best Hospitals in Romania in 2019 | Checkout which one saves more lives

By | June 20, 2019

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

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