Hospital Copa Star is a medical facility located in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. The hospital is operated by Rede D’Or Sao Luiz, the largest independent operator of hospitals in Brazil. Dr. Jorge Moll, who also serves as the organization’s President, founded Rede D’Or Sao Luiz.
The facility was constructed in2013 at an estimated cost of 400 million Reals. It is has a state-of-the-art architectural design, with a unique and exquisite infrastructure. The floor covers a floor space of 21,000 square meters and has seven stories. Besides the architectural design, Copa Star boasts of modern technology medical equipment that offers the patients a peaceful and comfortable environment within the hospital premises.
Experienced medical experts
At Hospital Copa Star, The doctors and other health professionals are drawn from all over the world, assembling a team of the world’s most talented, committed, self-driven, and highly trained medical staff. These professionals give patients a personalized attention. They also provide accurate diagnosis and treatment to any particular illness.
Patients admitted at Hospital Copa Star are provided with an iPad through the hospital’s program known as The Smart Hospitality System. The iPad is installed with a special application that allows a patient to talk to their doctors, request for medical examinations, seek the attention of a nurse, and notify the hospital’s administration in case of an emergency.
The freedom and independence accorded to patients in this hospital are nothing short of exceptional. The advanced technological apparatus in the hospital are such that patients can do most of the things from the comfort of their beds. A patient can switch the lights on or off, open or close the window curtains, as well as controlling the air conditioner at their convenience.
Safety and privacy
The hospital is also unique from other hospitals regarding patients’ safety and privacy. There are enclosed corridors leading to the hospital wards that are used for the transportation of medical equipment to the ward rooms. Patients in critical conditions are taken to and from the labs or theaters using stretchers that also pass through the enclosed corridors. This guarantees the privacy of the patient as well as making procedures quicker.
The walls in the hospital’s wards are painted and decorated with very beautiful drawings. According to research, drawings and other artistic expressions help patients to relax and become less anxious. That notwithstanding, works of art emotionally strengthens patients and speed up the recovery process.
Read more at SSC Magazine about Copa Star.