Shoulder Arthroplasty/Replacement in Brazil

Hospital Mae de Deus

Porto Alegre - RS, Brazil
Joint Commission International

Mãe de Deus Hospital has been providing comprehensive medical services, from diagnosis to treatment, focusing on a humanized care, safe and... Read More

Mãe de Deus Hospital has been providing comprehensive medical services, from diagnosis to treatment, focusing on a humanized care, safe and attention to each individual patient. Excellence, proximity and patient care and constant modernization of services are the guiding principles of the institution.

Mãe de Deus Hospital believes that the participation and close association of patient family members are essential for recovery, so Mãe de Deus Hospital daily provide services that meet not only the patient but also to the patient’s close relations. The give care and respect to all, and that transits in the hospital environment.

It has double accreditation by the National Accreditation Organization and Joint Commission International, for its excellence in care and commitment to patient safety, its currently the only hospital in south of Brazil double accreditation. In addition, the institution is the 2nd in Latin America and the 1st in the South Region to achieve the Plane tree certification, winning a unanimous maximum score with the American Evaluation Committee.

The hospital accommodates a total of 380 beds, a team of highly trained professionals and specialized clinical staff, comprising of over 1,700 accredited doctors, with 2,000 advanced technology equipment, in a constructed area of approximately 55 thousand m².

Various facilities and services are available in the Hospital, Customer Relations Center, religious support service delivered by the Sisters of Health Pastoral, and other amenities such as restaurant, cafeteria, gift shop, pharmacy, beauty salon, cashier electronic, post office and parking by the access of Rua Costa are also available inside the Hospital for everyone’s comfort and convenience.

To carry out the hospitalization the patient must have in hand the following documents:
•CPF and GR, or a driver's license in which such data.
•Birth Certificate of minors who do not have RG.
•Request for hospitalization provided by the doctor, with date, stamp and signature
•Patient's CPF and RG.
The patient who completes his hospitalization through a health plan must present, besides the cited documents, the following:

•Covenant Card.
•Guide to requesting hospitalization with diagnosis, CID number (International Code of Diseases), AMB Code (referring to the procedure to be performed) and name of procedure, stamp and signature of the doctor.
•Authorization of the health plan for hospitalization and for special materials and medicines, if applicable.
All patients who are admitted to the Mãe de Deus Hospital, are recommended to have some guidelines to facilitate their stay at the Hospital and elude any inconveniences.
The hospital encourages hospitalized patients to refer their medical records. For this, it is essential to request and combine a schedule with the care team. Close

Sirio Libanes

São Paulo - SP, Brazil
Joint Commission International

The Sírio-Libanês Hospital is one of the most important hospitals in Brazil and South America. It is one of the most well-known health facil... Read More

The Sírio-Libanês Hospital is one of the most important hospitals in Brazil and South America. It is one of the most well-known health facilities in Brazil due to the high quality of care.

Syrian-Lebanese is an international reference center on health. Through its service units, and also through its efforts of social responsibility, teaching and research, it helps an increasing number of Brazilians to have a better and healthier life. This includes more than 120,000 patients treated annually in its facilities and also citizens who benefit from public-p cooperation Rivada , projects in support of the Unified Health System (SUS) and the widespread medical knowledge in their programs formation.

The humanization of service, pioneering and excellence are the bases of the work of the Syrian-Lebanese and are part of its origin. The institution emerged in 1921 when a group of immigrants from the Syrian-Lebanese community in Brazil met to create a project that would reciprocate the warm welcome they received in the country. The Beneficent Society of Ladies was created, a philanthropic entity that still maintains the institution.

Structure and services

With a constructed area of approximately 100,000 m² in the neighborhood of Bela Vista, in São Paulo, it serves more than 40 specialties and has 466 beds (data from May 2016), of which 47 in the Intensive Care Unit. A large ongoing expansion program will bring this capacity to 710 beds by the end of 2016. The investment in social responsibility will also have an exponential increase, rising from R $ 80 million per year to R $ 150 million in the same period.

The institution combines a multi - disciplinary clinical team the latest technology. Over the years, it has achieved pioneering achievements, such as the inauguration of the first Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in Brazil in 1971 and participation in the first robot-guided tele-surgery performed in the Southern Hemisphere in 2000.

Its area of activity covers preventive medicine programs, emergency and emergency medical care, highly complex therapeutic internments and rehabilitation, among other services. A work recognized with the seal of the Joint Commission International (JCI), the world's most important body of hospital quality control.

The Sírio-Libanês Hospital makes every effort to get to know everything about you and to offer each patient individual care. Every day Sírio-Libanês Hospital welcomes people from many different countries, and have set up a specialist team for this purpose. They will find out what you need and give you all the help they can. Close

Hospital Samaritano Sao Paulo

São Paulo - SP, Brazil

With 121 years of activities, the Samaritan Hospital of São Paulo stands out for excellence and humanization in health care.
The Hospital C... Read More

With 121 years of activities, the Samaritan Hospital of São Paulo stands out for excellence and humanization in health care.
The Hospital Complex has 319 beds of hospitalization and Intensive Care Unit, in addition to a Surgical Center with 14 rooms for performing procedures of high complexity.

In 2004, the Hospital was accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), becoming the third private general hospital in Brazil to be recognized nationally and internationally by the most important quality standards certifying body of health institutions in the world, and reaccredited three times, being the last in 2014.

Accreditation attests to the efficiency of the processes adopted by the Samaritan, demonstrating standards of excellence and safety for their clients and professionals. With more than 5,000 accredited doctors, in addition to a team of more than 2,300 highly qualified staff, the Samaritan is a philanthropic institution, considered one of the Hospitals of Excellence by the Ministry of Health to carry out assistance projects, research, teaching and support in the management of public hospitals.

It is a hospital specialized in Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Orthopedics, Oncology, Urology, Gynecology and Perinatology, Trauma and Transplantation, with complete and integrated care to patients. Offers 24-hour Specialized Emergency Service in Orthopedics, Cardiology, Neurology and Trauma.

Institute of Knowledge Teaching and Research - ICEP

In its constant search for excellence in the area of health, the Hospital Samaritano has been promoting new ways of thinking and organizing the work processes in Health and for this new types of knowledge are necessary that go beyond the technical-scientific knowledge: to work in team, think of the organization as a whole, act on the basis of anticipatory reasoning.

To this end, the hospital has the Institute of Knowledge Education and Research (ICEP), which is dedicated to producing and disseminating knowledge and innovation, integrating teaching and research as drivers of health care quality.

By recognizing the health work environment as a learning scenario, ICEP assumes a methodological approach that focuses on in-service training and enables the construction of knowledge and critical thinking, essential conditions for consolidating technical competence, ethics and responsibility of their professionals. Close