Health, Medical Care

Copa Star Leads The Healthcare Industry in Rio de Janeiro

For a long time, Rio de Janeiro has lagged behind, in terms of healthcare. If the prominent people in this area wanted medical attention, they would have to fly out, either to Sao Paulo or outside of Brazil. So when the D’Or network owners identified this gap, they went all in. The network is known for owning luxurious healthcare facilities. So, they are conversant with what high-end patients are normally looking for in a hospital.

Copa Star is a project that started in the year 2013 and was completed in the year 2015. The 7-story building was built on a 10,000 sq. meter space using the most-advanced technology. The hospital has 105 private suites, 9 surgery rooms and 49 Intensive Care Units. The architectures, engineers and builders paid a lot of attention to every aspect of the building. The lighting is high-class and the interior d├ęcor gives you the illusion of being in one of the world’s best hotel.

The hospital employs a team of 500 professionals and out of those, 113 are specialists. That said, it’s a no brainer the doctor to patient ratio when the hospital is at full capacity, is 1:1. Therefore, each patient gets the attention that they deserve. Read more at Scoopnest about Copa Star.

Each of the personnel employed at the hospital represents the hospital well. They have been taught on world-class customer service. Also, after employment they undergo a training program to help them understand how to use the equipment at the policy and to be conversant with the vision of the hospital.

The hospital is equipped with modern equipment to aid in the treatment of a myriad of illnesses. One thing you will notice about the surgery rooms is that they have screens to connect surgeons with world-class surgeons. They can do so, live, in case they are dealing with a complex illness and need the input or opinion of a surgeon that has been in the business longer.

Every private suite is installed with an entertainment system to keep the patients entertained throughout. Even those that are in the ICU don’t have to feel so miserable. This is because the windows to these rooms also work as screens. They are connected to street cameras. Therefore, they allow patients to get a live feed of what is happening outdoors.

Patients at Copa Star are treated to nutritious meals served at the on-site restaurant. This restaurant is served by Swedish chefs who have experience in making international cuisines. Unlike other hospitals where you cannot even fathom the smell of their food let alone the taste, Copa Star treats its patients to palatable meals. View the design at RafArquitetura.

One Comments

  • Saniyah Kaysen

    September 3, 2018

    Copa Star has really done tremendously well when it comes to healthcare services in Rio de Jeneiro and I must say a huge thanks to the patients who also patronize this incredible healthcare solution.

    That being said, I really do think that the ICU’s windows connected to the street cameras is a welcome development and it makes complete sense. It’s like what Relationship Starters Blog is doing to the relationship industry and it’s a welcome development too.

    By and large it’s really pleasant to see that some well-meaning people are stepping up to curb the inefficiencies present in their community and society at large. In the long run, I believe many people will support this ideology.

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