San Carlo di Nancy is a medical institution accredited by the National Health Service. The clinic serves not only the inhabitants of Rome but also everyone who is far beyond its borders.
The clinic specializes in complex surgical interventions in cardiac surgery and other areas, as well as in the treatment of oncological diseases.
The clinic is equipped with the most modern diagnostic and medical equipment. Here are some of them:
The services of the San Carlo di Nancy clinic listed above are only a small part of all. You can learn more about each of them at a personal consultation.
In addition to diagnostic procedures, the clinic provides a wide range of specialized surgical operations. The list shows some of the manipulations that are carried out in this institution:
In the urology department of the San Carlo di Nancy clinic, the da Vinci robot is used both for patients with functional pathologies and in the field of oncology to perform the following operations:
In gynecological surgery, the da Vinci robot is used in the following operations:
The San Carlo Gynecology Department is part of the network of the National Centers of Excellence for the Treatment and Prevention of Urinary and Fecal Incontinence.
All these operations are quite complex and require not only the professionalism of doctors in their implementation but also the technical capabilities of the equipment. With the right tactics for performing the operation and maintaining postoperative care, you can achieve a speedy recovery.
Over the past 5 years, more than 100,000 successful operations have been performed at the clinic using the latest diagnostic and surgical devices, which allows to classify the clinic as one of the leading medical institutions in Italy.
The clinic has all the conditions for a comfortable stay for foreign patients. We also help with the full organization of treatment at all stages.
I was hospitalized from October 31 to November 12 in the cardiac surgery department for mitral valve repair.
My valve was damaged enough, I had a serious prolapse, but in spite of everything, it was repaired and not replaced by Professor Giuseppe Speciale, to whom I thank him from the bottom of my heart.
I turned to the professor for his undoubted qualities of competence and professionalism, which I fully confirm.
I thank the doctors and nurses of the intensive care unit, where I was for two days, who at such a delicate moment were next to me, did not deprive me of attention and humanity.
Thanks to the medical and paramedical staff of the cardiac surgery department, where I was perfectly observed and looked after, where every day there was a smile that helped a lot in the most difficult moments.
Special thanks to Dr. Santarpino, who was by my side during my most difficult stage, the preoperative stage, as well as Dr. Loizzo, who was always present in the ward.
Special thanks to Dr. Sechi who has followed me and continues to follow me every day with attention and professionalism, even when I am at home now.
Thank you all.
On June 7, 2022, I underwent a total thyroidectomy and level IV lymphadenectomy with the help of a minimally invasive technique by Triney’s doctor and a team of assistants. There is a very competent, professional, polite, humane team, always ready to help, attentive to the smallest details. While undergoing treatment, I did not feel like I was in a hospital, I was like in a “family” that constantly helps. Special thanks to doctor Trini, for his constant presence even after the operation, for the explanations and instructions on pharmacological therapy that should be followed, as well as the doctors Carnassal and Cerviera, who also accompanied me during the entire hospitalization, worried about me, despite the fatigue or work schedule .
I came to San Carlo di Nanse from Sicily, and I will come only here if I need more treatment, so I recommend them to anyone who has a similar diagnosis.
I would like to explain that the decision to remove the lymph nodes was made after an extemporaneous histological examination during the same operation that was performed with a minimally invasive technique, therefore with a very small scar, and that everything was explained to me in detail during the first visit, and also reconfirmed during pre-hospitalization.
I also thank the anesthesiologist in the operating room, whose name I do not know, who clearly and kindly answered my questions and reassured me at every stage, as well as the nurse in the preoperative room, who never left me after waking up and looked after me. Finally, thanks to all nursing, medical and non-medical staff for their competence, cordiality and courtesy.
Given the delicate nature of the cardiac surgery and the already considerable age of my mother, we can consider ourselves lucky to have chosen the San Carlo di Nancy hospital and Dr. Stefano Sechi. Many thanks to the doctor, he is even now interested in my mother’s health (after almost two months after the operation).
Thanks to the professional actions of the Sechi doctor and the care of his team, my mother felt confident and almost did not get nervous. I want to say that psychological support plays a very important role in these types of interventions.
San Carlo di Nancy Hospital is a very good medical facility. And once again I want to express my special gratitude to Dr. Sechi for his professionalism and humanity, for supporting me at any time of the day or night. Thank you.
I thank to Professor Bove, his team, nurses and other medical staff.
This year in July, I went to Prof. Bove for an evaluation of my benign prostatic hypertrophy. The professor is no doubt a professional looking for a solution of the problem, after multi-parameter resonance, advised the operation with a holmium laser.
On September 7, I was operated on in the morning. When I woke up, I felt no pain (the anesthesiologist Dr. Claudia Roberti is also amazing). During the 3 days of hospitalization, both the professor and his team (Dr. Petta and Dr. Iacovelli) followed me closely. Today, 6 days after the operation, I feel like a different person.
On September 29, 2022, I went to this hospital for a coronary scan by doctor Tonioli, the examination starts around 14:00, and shortly after that, the doctor tells me that he needs a consultation with a cardiac surgeon. After the consultation, the cardiac surgeon informs me that my coronary vessels are almost closed (1 is completely closed and 2 is 80% closed), the professor informs me that I need to be operated on urgently.
At 17:30 I was in the operating room, where I had 2 bypasses. After spending three days in intensive care, I was transferred to the ward and the next day I was already sitting in a chair and began to walk. On 10/08/2022 I was already discharged.
I want to thank prof. Giuseppe Speciale and all his team for their high professionalism and humanity, all the intensive care staff, nursing and other staff of the cardiac surgery department.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
I was hospitalized in San Carlo di Nancy for 4 days in the gynecology department for a laparotomy myomectomy. The surgeon Zeloni who operated on me was very good. Special thanks to him. The stay in the ward was good, the nurses are all nice and helpful, even if they had a lot of work and there were too few of them for the patients in the ward. Special thanks to Simone and another nurse, whose name I don’t remember, who took care of me…they were my angels❤️. However, due to lack of staff, they do not have enough time to devote to the patient. Also visits are not allowed due to covid. In addition, I leave a negative review about the food, the food was bad, and I had to buy water, because 1 liter per day is not enough. The rest of the hospital is good!
At the San Carlo di Nancy hospital, I had a uterine polyp removed.
Dr. Sorrenti and Dr. Lo Voi are professional and attentive.
TOP hospital, masterfully renovated, like a 5* hotel.
I entered for cardiosurgery in middle of July; after careful consideration of my situation, I was given a bypass and had my aortic valve replaced. I would like to express my satisfaction and gratitude for what the professors and doctors, in particular Dr.Tonioni and Dr. Bonifazi, have done, as well as in the postoperative period to Dr. Sechi. I also give compliments to the medical staff. I do not name individual names so as not to risk forgetting anyone, but they were all equally attentive and accurate. Finally, I’m giving four stars instead of five due to the overly cold and intrusive air conditioning.
On October 26, I underwent surgery to correct the mitral valve. Professor Speciale needs no introduction, he is an EXPERT on the mitral valve, a very polite person and a bright representative of an Italian medical school to be proud of. Of particular note is the Department of Cardiac Surgery, where I spent more than 10 days and where doctors and nurses helped me with high professionalism and humanity. It’s a small room where I felt safe because the doctors and nurses work together to keep an eye on all the patients at all times. I thank, in particular, Dr. Loizzo, Dr. Sechi and Dr. Santarpino, scrupulous, competent, humane, sympathetic, kind doctors. Special thanks to all the nurses who looked after me during my stay. Another thanks to the intensive care unit, where I stayed for 2 days. Dr. Fiore and the nurses were kind, attentive and professional. The only downside during my stay was the food.
Special thanks to the Department of Cardiac Surgery, where I was operated on for severe mitral valve insufficiency. I can say that Prof. Speciale and his team are true Italian excellence, both professionally and humanly, including the ICU nurses. I will definitely recommend the San Carlo di Nancy hospital to those in need.
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The professor directs the operating department of general surgery at the San Carlo di Nancy hospital in Rome.
Every year, he performs about 600 elective and emergency abdominal surgeries, including colorectal, cholecystectomy, laparoscopic nephrectomy, coelioscopic gynecological interventions, laparoscopic adrenalectomy, “open” or laparoscopic liver resections.
From 1989 to 2003, he performed more than 400 routine and emergency digestive endoscopies annually.
Most interventions are performed laparoscopically or with robotic surgery.
Professor Masoni was for many a lecturer at the University of Rome La Sapienza, as well as a member of the Didactic and Scientific Council of the same university.
He has done a variety of research activities at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, USA, Comprehensive Center for Rectal Cancer, Department of Colorectal Surgery.
In Italy, he was involved in several research projects in the field of colorectal cancer surgery.
He is active in research related to medical and surgical treatment of anal incontinence, laparoscopic biliary surgery, gastroesophageal and colorectal reflux, and severe obesity surgery; in particular, he developed a new technique for biliary intestinal bypass, performed for the first time in the world using laparoscopy in December 2000.
Author of more than 170 scientific publications, speaker and moderator of scientific congresses
Awarded for performing total proctocolectomy with the 3 trocar technique during the XII SICE National Congress – Reggio Calabria, September 2007.
Prof. Pierluigi Bove is Director of the Department of Urology at the San Carlo di Nancy Hospital in Rome, where under his supervision minimally invasive operations are performed using the most modern surgical techniques in the field of urology.
His professional experience has mainly developed in the field of minimally invasive and endourological urological surgery, and in particular, he has improved the methods of laparoscopic surgery by visiting reference centers in Europe and the USA.
Today, he leads the Department of Urology at San Carlo Hospital, performing innovative interventions, including non-surgical ones, in the treatment of prostate cancer, kidney cancer and benign prostatic hypertrophy.
He also specializes in robotic surgery using the Da Vinci robot.
In 2002, he received the position of Fellow in Laparoscopic Surgery in the Department of Endourology and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (MD), USA under Dr. Louis R. Cavoussi.
In 2003, he visited the department of urology at the Montsouris Institute in Paris under the guidance of Professor Guy Vallancien, where he mastered the technique of laparoscopic radical prostatectomy.
He teaches laparoscopic surgery at the School of Specialization of Urology (Department of Urology, University of Rome Tor Vergata); Lecturer in teaching urology at physiotherapy courses (University of Rome Tor Vergata); Lecturer in teaching methods for laparoscopic surgery (Master of Robotic Surgery Level 2, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia).
International Proctor for the development of cryosurgery in the treatment of kidney and prostate cancer.
Author of several publications in international journals, as well as several chapters in international textbooks on laparoscopy with a special focus on laparoscopic instruments and robotics used in urological surgery, including the Journal of Endourology, BMC Urology and the International Brazilian Journal of Urology. He paid special attention to the study of hemostatic molecules and, in particular, fibrin glues in the treatment of hemorrhagic cystitis.
Bollino Azzurro 2022: Department of Urology at the San Carlo Hospital where Prof. Bove has been awarded the Onda Foundation’s Bollino Azzurro Award for hospitals that take a multidisciplinary approach in diagnostic and therapeutic areas for patients with prostate cancer.
Prof. Sorrenti is Head of the Department of Gynecology and Robotic Gynecological Surgery at San Carlo di Nancy Hospital. He is mainly engaged in minimally invasive, laparoscopic and endoscopic surgery, hysteroscopy, endometriosis and infertility treatment.
As the first surgeon, the professor performed more than 600 laparoscopic and hysteroscopic operations, both diagnostic and operative.
He works with the Da Vinci robotic system, used in the field of gynecological oncological surgery and pelvic floor reconstructive surgery, as well as with the CO2 laser, a technology that allows you to treat vulvovaginal problems in a completely non-invasive way and without side effects.
In 2006, he completed his doctoral dissertation in perinatal medicine at the University of Rome Tor Vergata on computer analysis of fetal heart rate during post-term pregnancy in order to identify patients at risk of fetal distress during childbirth.
Member of prestigious scientific societies:
He has participated as a speaker, teacher and operator in numerous courses and conferences from 1999 to the present day.
Professor Sorrenti is the author of numerous publications in scientific journals of the industry at the national and international level.
Since 2007 Professor Coordinator of the Operational Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology at the Maria Cecilia Hospital and Scientific Director of the Orthopedic Department of GVM Care & Research, where his orthopedic team treats more than 1200 cases each year.
Since 2011 he has been President of the Italian Association of Arthroscopy and is a member of the National Council of SICOOP, the Italian Society of Orthopedic Surgeons of Private Hospitals.
He teaches at the School of Specialization in Orthopedics and Traumatology of the University of Siena and the University of Milan Bicocca.
He is also an orthopedic consultant for Serie A football, basketball and volleyball teams.
The doctor works in the field of diagnostics and therapeutic treatment of degenerative diseases and traumatic diseases of the knee, hip, shoulder, ankle joints, foot, hand, spine; in arthroscopic treatment of the wrist, hip, knee and shoulder, as well as in major prosthetic surgery of the knee, hip, shoulder, as well as in orthopedic and physiotherapy rehabilitation. In particular, he specializes in the treatment of the following pathologies: femoroacetabular impingement, pubalgia, chondropathy, Perthes disease, hip impingement syndrome.
Since 1977 he has performed about 15000 surgeries and 1215 hip arthroscopies between 2009 and 2015.
His scientific activity over the years was very intense. In addition to publications in trade journals, monographs and books, he is also recognized as the best expert, active member and/or organizer of several courses for scientific societies such as SIA, AMOTO and numerous international congresses on hip arthroscopy and orthopedic surgery.
Author of 7 monographs, more than 100 publications. Recent publications include “Thirty Years of Arthroscopy in Italy” 2011 by Argalia and “Ginal Pain Syndrome” 2017 by Springer-Verlag.
He is the author of more than 200 reports on prosthetics of the hip, knee, ankle, shoulder joints, arthroscopy of the hip, ankle, knee, elbow, wrist, shoulder, biotechnology, sports traumatology.
He was twice awarded the Bellando-Randone Prize of the Italian Society of Orthopedists and Traumatologists (SIOT): for the best monograph in 1983 for the book “Radiculography Lombare – Text Atlas”, Editrice Roma; and for the best monograph in 1997, the book “Arthroscopy of the Ankle – A Practical Guide to Surgical Technique” by Editrice Fortuna.
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Robotic surgery is a method of performing operations using special equipment with artificial intelligence. Technological systems only serve to support the surgeon in minimally invasive, increasingly precise, and sparing operations. The goal is less surgical tissue trauma and faster patient recovery.
The Navio robotic system has been in use at the San Carlo di Nancy hospital in Rome since 2019.
Nearly 500 surgeries were performed with the Navio robot during the 3-year period 2019-2022, placing the hospital of Rome among the top 3 hospitals in Europe for the 3-year series of robotic knee implantations and first place in Italy in terms of the number of robot-assisted procedures UKA (Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty is a one-piece knee prosthesis). With an average of 8 surgeries per day, the San Carlo di Nancy Hospital is in the top three in the Lazio Regional Report for the number of knee prostheses (source: P.Re.Val.E. Lazio, 2022).
“I am particularly proud of the goals achieved in these first 3 years of using robotic technology related to knee replacement surgery. This experience has improved our approach to this operation, forcing us to raise our technical level. I believe that the use of the robot today is a consolidated reality that cannot be ignored in the future to provide even better results for our patients. Our center has the ambitious goal of becoming a reference point for all colleagues who want to get closer to this type of technology. The experience gained over these three years has also convinced me to expand the use of robotic surgery, which I will soon also use for hip replacement surgery thanks to the constant development of new and more efficient robotic systems,” comments Professor Mario Tartarone, Head of the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, Head of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at San Carlo di Nancy Hospital.
The Navio robot does not replace the surgeon but supports his experience, allowing precise planning of the intervention, taking into account the anatomy and specific movement of the patient’s joint.
Sensors that reconstruct the 3D image of the articular surfaces allow for determining the exact position and measurement of prosthesis components. First of all, they allow for restoring the exact balance of the ligaments of the knee joint.
During surgery, a computerized “robotic handpiece” guides the surgeon’s actions. Patients who are candidates for knee replacement surgery are both elderly, due to joint degeneration, and young, often due to sports or traffic injuries.
In San Carlo di Nancy, along with advanced centers from around the world, a monitoring program has been implemented for the long-term follow-up of robotic prosthetic surgery. In fact, the Roman Hospital, along with other institutions in Italy, the UK, Ireland, Germany, Spain, South Africa, the Netherlands, and Belgium, is on the Robotics Registry. This is a project launched in the first quarter of 2023 that aims to lay the foundations for new standards of care in the field of robotics in the operating room.
This is monitoring with the active participation of the patient, who will be able to provide data on his (her) pre- and post-operative path through the application installed on his (her) smartphone. The medical team can analyze the obtained data to monitor the therapeutic path of patients participating in the project at the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) level.
The project demonstrates the effectiveness of robotic technologies in total and uniarterial prosthetics. The goal is to improve the standard of care offered to patients and optimize therapeutic pathways through the analysis of data collected on the Robotics Registry platform. These data can be accessed by the medical and administrative staff of the hospitals participating in the project.