Healthcare, De Luca: "Pascale's oncological surgery moves to Sant'Agata de' Goti"

The oncological surgical activity of Pascale of Naples will be moved to the Benevento hospital, announced the president of Campania Vincenzo De Luca.

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Pascale’s surgery and oncology activity will be moved to the new Foundation center in Sant’Agata de’ Goti, to continue providing services when the Neapolitan structure cannot be used for restructuring. The transfer will take place with a view to implementing services in the Beneventano hospital, where the unit dedicated to skin cancer was already inaugurated almost a year ago.

The move was announced by the president of the Campania Region, Vincent DeLucaon the sidelines of a meeting at the Teatro Comunale Vittorio Emanuele in Benevento:

We have already explained a few weeks ago to the mayors concerned that in Sant’Agata de’ Goti we will build a community hospital, a community house, a territorial operations centre. We will bring all the oncological and surgical activity of Pascale of Naples to the entire second floor of the hospital of Sant’Agata de’ Goti, which will be blocked to carry out structural interventions, even important ones. We will take advantage of it to make full use of a modern structure like Sant’ Agate. We will do something of regional interest.

In April 2022, the Skin Cancer Unit of the Naples Tumor Institute was inaugurated in the Sant’Alfonso de Liguori hospital in Sant’Agata de’ Goti. “The goal is to reduce the gap between hospital supply and demand – the oncologist had explained at the time Paul Asciertopresent at the inauguration with part of his team – we want to put our expertise at the service of patients to increase access to care and reduce waiting times“. In the circumstance the general manager of Pascale, Attilio Bianchihad reiterated his intention to transfer other departments of the Neapolitan hospital to Sant’Agata de’ Goti.

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