The level of European medicine and its quality can be fully appreciated in the hospital of Maria Cecilia (Italy). Here, patients receive a full range of medical services for the treatment of cardiological and neurological diseases. Neurosurgical treatment is also carried out, orthopedic services are provided.
All patients are provided with comfortable conditions for their stay. For diagnostics and treatment, the latest equipment of the latest generation is used. The high accuracy of modern MRI and CT makes it possible to avoid errors during diagnosis and, based on the data obtained, to choose the most effective course of treatment. With the use of a gamma knife, tumors of the head and neck are safely removed with minimal risks and a short rehabilitation period.
Among other benefits, patients highlight the following:
In total, the hospital has five departments:
Diagnostic procedures are also available: echocardiogram, vascular ultrasound, CRT of the heart, Holter monitoring, CT coronary angiogram.
The hospital also specializes in the following areas:
Patients are provided with the most comfortable conditions for their stay. Experts Medical helps with the complete organization of treatment at the Maria Cecilia Hospital in Italy. The team of doctors organizes everything to the last detail, taking into account your needs and wishes.
In addition, Experts Medical cooperates with international charitable foundations, which makes it possible to receive compensation for the costs of treatment at the Maria Cecilia hospital for children under 18 years of age.
I express my sincere gratitude to the first cardiac surgeon Dr. TRIPODI Alberto Giovanni with all the staff who operated on 08/12/2022 for severe mitral insufficiency, which I suffered from. Excellent professionalism of the operators on previous and subsequent instrumental examinations carried out with the help of modern instruments, excellent quality also in the cardiology rehabilitation department. Thanks for the professionalism to the cardiologist Dr. Elisabetta Motta and the nurses. Individual nutrition for pathology.
There is a very friendly staff, the hospital is really good. In 2016, I was admitted to a day hospital for transcatheter ablation. I was very young and very afraid, and I was greeted with such love and competence that all fear disappeared. Excellent hospital. Thank you!
My mother has been treated at the Maria Cecilia Hospital many times, as has my father. Always friendly and competent staff. From admission to discharge. Thank you!
Great experience! I was in this hospital for 3 days for maxillofacial surgery. What beautiful people work here! They are all helpful and nice, attentive to your every complaint and wish! Absolutely everyone is very polite – the nurses who helped me see my husband, the girls who brought food, all the doctors! Special thanks to the lovely anesthesiologist Gladys, I woke up without any problems, and to my surgeon Paolo Biondi for being willing to answer my emails even on holidays ????, and to the whole team! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Hello everyone, I was operated on in this clinic on May 18 by Dr. Renato Galzio for l4-l5 hernia. I felt at home, the doctors, nurses and physiotherapists are all very nice and professional. The only downside is the uncomfortable bed. Advice for those who need to be hospitalized, purchase a power cord for your phone that is at least 2 meters long. For more information, you can contact me.
Hi all! I would like to write my own review of Santa Maria Cecilia! On July 13, 2022, I was admitted to the hospital for arthroscopy of my right knee and discharged on July 14, operated on by surgeon Dr. Maurizio Bergami and his team of very cool doctors! I felt good with you! Kind, friendly, always helpful staff! A team of professionals who make this wonderful hospital unsurpassed! Thank you for everything and for your willingness to help me! ???????? ANGELO ESPOSITO, ward number 407, department of orthopedics. 🙂
I would like to publicly thank Dr. Mauro Pansavolta on my behalf and on behalf of my family, not only for his innate skills in cardiac surgery, but also for his human qualities in explaining the technology of coronary bypass surgery. I thank each of his team separately, both for their responsiveness and for the high professionalism of resuscitation. Getting a patient to smile while falling asleep before surgery is not a common skill.)) I thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the entire cardiac surgery department. The hospital is rightfully considered the excellence of the Romagna, I would not like to note this, but I must testify that its glory is underestimated. Thank you.. Coronary bypass surgery was done on 08/09/22 and was discharged from the hospital on 09/15/22.
On April 26, 2022, Dr. Tripodi and his assistants operated on me. Coronary bypass. I take this opportunity to thank you all for helping me get through this ordeal. Thank you! Now, on 01/10/2023, I returned to hemodynamics due to carotid stenosis. I am calm because I know that I put myself in reliable professional hands.
I’m here to provide feedback. Thanks to the Maria Cecilia Hospital, 8 years ago a heart surgeon pulled me out of the other world, the stubborn Dr. Lamarra performed a miracle. A few days ago, a problem with the thoracic aorta made me come to you again, hemodynamics implanted an endoprosthesis in 65 minutes, now I’m out of danger at home. I advise all friends to go to Maria Cecilia Hospital with any health problems.
I am a patient Augusto Morganti, discharged on 12/10/2022
In January 2022, I had an arterial valve replacement surgery and I want to thank all those who operated on me and all the medical staff who were by my side during the five days of hospitalization. All I can say is that the Maria Cecilia Hospital has earned its name.
|Spinal fusion and/or stabilization of the spine, any leve||EUR 25 500||Enquire price|
|Spinal fusion and/or stabilization of the lumbosacral vertebrae||EUR 19 000||Enquire price|
|Percutaneous dorsal/lumbar microdiscectomy without stabilization and arthrodesis||EUR 8 250||Enquire price|
|Vertebroplasty||EUR 10 000||Enquire price|
|Transcatheter ablation, including possible invasive electrophysiological testing||EUR 13 000||Enquire price|
|Fixation and/or stabilization or repair of the mitral valve||EUR 18 000||Enquire price|
|Сoronary angiography||EUR 4 500||Enquire price|
|Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA)||EUR 14 000||Enquire price|
|Percutaneous correction of septal heart defects||EUR 12 500||Enquire price|
|Total hip replacement||EUR 23 000||Enquire price|
|Total shoulder replacement||EUR 21 000||Enquire price|
|Total knee replacement||EUR 23 000||Enquire price|
|Treatment of hallux valgus (Hallux Valgus)||EUR 4 500||Enquire price|
|Arthroscopic selective meniscectomy||EUR 5 500||Enquire price|
|Revision or reimplantation of a knee endoprosthesis||EUR 26 000||Enquire price|
|Revision or reimplantation of a hip endoprosthesis||EUR 26 000||Enquire price|
|Removal of internal fixators||от EUR 3 000||Enquire price|
|Caldwell-Luc operation for odontogenic sinusitis||EUR 3 690||Enquire price|
|urgical closure of buccosinus fistulas||EUR 3 690||Enquire price|
|Surgical removal of pseudocysts of the maxillary sinus||EUR 3 612||Enquire price|
|Removal of salivary stones||EUR 2 980||Enquire price|
|Functional and reconstructive rhinoplasty||EUR 6 150||Enquire price|
|Otoplasty||EUR 4 950||Enquire price|
|Surgical removal of deeply impacted teeth||EUR 1 600||Enquire price|
|Robotic colposacropexy||EUR 18 000||Enquire price|
|Circumcision||EUR 2 850||Enquire price|
|Percutaneous nephrostomy (PNL)||EUR 12 000||Enquire price|
|Penile prosthesis||EUR 22 000||Enquire price|
|Transurethral excision or destruction of bladder tissue (TURP) for tumors||EUR 9 500||Enquire price|
|Embolization of varicocele||EUR 5 000||Enquire price|
Dr. Borghesi is the head of the neurosurgery operating department at the Maria Cecilia Hospital (where about 1,000 neurosurgical procedures are performed annually). Dr.Borghesi specializes in vertebral surgery (cervical, spinal and lumbar arthrodesis).
During his career, he performed about 4,500 operations, most of which are the most complex operations on the skull and spine. He has supervised over 400 cases of minimally invasive surgery for trigeminal neuralgia using an exoscope, facial spasms and posterior fossa tumors such as meningiomas and neurinomas.
Dr. Borghesi attended numerous courses and hospitals around the world, gaining a wide range of experience that he still uses today.
He attended the Spine Department of the Schulthess Clinic in Zurich, participating as a second operator in almost 60 interventions, and the École de Chirurgie in Paris, devoting himself to studying surgical approaches to the skull base and spine.
Participated in the practical and theoretical course “Microsurgical approaches to the brain, ventricles and skull base” at the Brain Institute of the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Florida in Gainesville (USA).
He visited the Microsurgery Laboratory of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (USA) to discuss his dissertation on the surgical treatment of lumbar degenerative spondylolisthesis.
Dr. Borghesi regularly collaborates with leading Italian spine surgeons such as Prof. Fabio Calbucci and Prof. Roberto Bassani.
He participated in several editions of the National Congresses of the Italian Society of Neurosurgery and other seminars in Italy and abroad.
He is the author of numerous scientific publications in national and international journals and collections. In 1997 he was a consultant for Medical Review.
Dr. Savini works in the Department of Cardiac Surgery of the Maria Cecilia Hospital as one of the main specialists with international experience.
He specializes in Mitral Reconstructive Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Thoracic Aortic Surgery, Atrial Fibrillation Surgery, Heart Transplant and Decompensation Surgery, and Extracorporeal Circulation and Myocardial Protection.
In 2017 he defended his Ph.D. thesis on the topic “Surgical treatment of aortic valve stenosis – the role of new technologies.”
Research and publications
His research interests are in mitral reconstructive surgery, minimally invasive surgery, percutaneous aortic valve, decompensation surgery and extracorporeal circulation and myocardial protection.
Dr. Savini is the author and co-author of several publications in the field of coronary artery and thoracic aorta disease, treatment and replacement of the aortic valve. All of these works are available on the website of the National Library of Medicine.
In 2013, Dr. Kastriot was named President of all Interventional Cardiology departments of the GVM Group. He held this position until January 2018, when he was appointed Head of the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Hemodynamics and Cardioangiology at the Maria Cecilia Hospital, one of the main centers of cardiology in Italy and Europe.
He specializes in cardiology, angiology, hemodynamics and endovascular interventional cardiology and aortic valve replacement.
Membership in professional organizations
Dr. Castriota is an active member of some scientific societies such as:
He is the Principal Investigator of Protected TAVR, which aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a specific brain protection device during aortic valve replacement surgery using the endovascular TAVI method.
He is a member of the International Editorial Board of Eurointervention and a speaker at national and international conferences.
Author of about 150 publications
Author of more than 20 sections in professional volumes
NHMRC Career Development Scholarship, Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, 2015
Professor Greco works in the Department of Urology at the Maria Cecilia Hospital.
He is a Board Certified Surgeon in Laparoscopy, LESS Surgery, Minilaparoscopy, Green Light Laser, Kidney Transplantation and specializes in Transurethral Surgery (Bladder Diseases, Prostate Tumors, Prostatic Hyperplasia, Urethral Diseases, Ureteral Tumors), Endourologic Stone Surgery (rigid and flexible surgery). URS, PCNL, open surgery (full urological spectrum, treatment of male and female urinary incontinence.
He participated as the 1st Kidney Explant and Transplant Operator for the German Society for Organ Transplantation (DSO). He has also been an expert consultant in laparoscopic surgery for the pharmaceutical industry at Bayer Healthcare.
Professor Greco has treated more than 1000 patients with trans- and extraperitoneal radical prostatectomy and lymphadenectomy, pyeloplasty, nephroureterectomy, mono- and bilateral varicocelectomy, etc.
His scientific and teaching activity during these years was very intensive. He has worked as a lecturer, professor and mentor at clinical universities in Italy, Germany and other European countries, as well as world-famous hospitals. Professor Greco has been an invited speaker at many scientifically significant congresses.
He is a member of
He is the author of over 200 publications in his field and has contributed to scientific texts in urology. He is also a member of the editorial board of international scientific journals in urology (British Journal of Urology International, World Journal of Clinical Urology, etc.).
Italian Prize Matula 2016;
Reviewer of the Year 2013, European Urology;
Reviewer of the Month Award, January 2012, European Urology;
Top Reviewers 2018-2019, European Urology Oncology;
Top Reviewers 2012, British Journal of Urology International;
Top Reviewers 2011, British Journal of Urology International;
The best poster at various congresses of the European Association of Urology (EAU 2013, 2014 and 2017).
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Maria Cecilia Hospital in Ravenna, one of the few centers in Europe, performed the first bionic arm surgeries.
In Italy, more than 3,000 upper limb amputations occur annually caused due to pathologies or injuries. Prosthetics offer patients a new quality of life thanks to advances in technology and the use of ever more efficient materials. Wearing a prosthesis is like turning on a light: you need not only to screw in a light bulb but you also need to properly connect electrical cables.
Clinic specialists help the patient learn how to use the prosthesis correctly. This ability requires a long process of preparation and rehabilitation. Surgery is often also required for adequate neuromuscular connections. The TMR (Targeted Muscle Reinnervation) technique serves this very purpose.
In Italy, Dr. Guido Staffa is a pioneer in the application of the TMR method. He specializes in peripheral nervous system surgery at Maria Cecilia Hospital in Cotignola (Ravenna). This is a highly specialized clinic accredited by the Italian National Health System.
In recent years, more than 7 TMR procedures have been performed in Italy (there are about fifty in the world). All of them are performed under the supervision of Dr. Staffa and his team.
The goal of the TMR technique is to create conditions for the implantation of a prosthesis. Dr. Staffa was a member of an amputee research group several years ago. Implanted electrical prostheses have been poorly used by patients because unusual muscle contractions are required to perform specific movements of the prosthesis. In fact, our brain refuses to use movements other than those for which it was designed. Therefore, in order to obtain the activation of these muscles, the surgeon implanted nerves in the residual part of the limb, that is, in the stump.
The operation consists in releasing the nerves from post-traumatic cicatricial adhesions and connecting the nerves, that controlled the function of the lost limb, with the muscles of the brachio-thoracic region. These target muscles will then function as a signal amplifier for the prosthesis electrodes. TMR improves control over the prosthesis and facilitates the patient’s rehabilitation process.
Then the process of rehabilitation and physiological research takes place. During this period, the reinnervated muscle is tested for the application of sensors that detect the electrical impulse to be transmitted to the prosthesis.
The patient path lasts about 2 years, including preoperative preparation, surgery, and postoperative rehabilitation, as well as long-term observation and training in the use of the prosthesis.
Prof. Francesco Greco is one of the main specialists in urology at Maria Cecilia Hospital. He applies robotic surgery for all malignant and acute benign urological pathologies.
For example, with the help of the Da Vinci robot, prostate cancer is removed. This is a low-traumatic method of tumor surgery in men.
After 35 years, a man should contact a urologist or andrologist to analyze his general well-being, including to rule out the pathology of the genitourinary system.
Early detection of prostate cancer allows timely surgery.
To learn more about men’s check-ups and get an early diagnosis of diseases, leave a request on the website.
The medical coordinator will arrange for you an online consultation with a doctor from Maria Cecilia Hospital. You can then decide whether health monitoring is appropriate.
The most common tumors in men are prostate and testicular cancer. Cases of penile cancer are rare. As well, among them are neoplastic urological pathologies that can affect both sexes such as tumors of the bladder, kidneys, and ureters.
In 65% of cases, kidney cancer does not give symptoms, and if it does, it is already at a late stage. But early diagnosis opens up access to more conservative surgical treatments, such as robotic surgery.
Hugo Robot made its debut at the beginning of November 2022 at San Pier Damiano Hospital (a branch of Maria Cecilia Hospital).
Using Hugo Robot brings significant benefits to patients. Compared to traditional open surgery, the robotic technique allows getting:
Operation options with Hugo include radical prostatectomy, radical cystectomy, and nephrectomy.
The treatment of patients with urological malignancies no longer focuses only on the removal of the tumor but has another goal: to guarantee the patient the best postoperative quality of life.
This is very important in the case of prostate cancer: removal of the gland solves the problem from an oncological point of view but can lead to urinary incontinence, which significantly impairs the patient’s quality of life. Today, robotic removal of a prostate tumor allows for greater precision and helps preserve anatomical structures that are important for postoperative functional recovery of urinary retention and erection.
Even in the case of kidney cancer, robotic surgery can provide excellent results. Thanks to early diagnosis, today it is possible to remove only the area affected by the tumor, avoiding the removal of the entire kidney, as was done in the past. “This approach has important implications not only for the quality of life of the patient who does not require dialysis but also improves cardiovascular performance compared to when the entire diseased kidney is removed,” concludes Professor Greco.