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 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.
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