The Copa Star is leading the way in the use of sophisticated technology in treating patients. In addition to being staffed with highly skilled professionals, the hospital also aims to offer patients a personalized environment where their needs are met.
The hospital has a system that allows patients to get in touch with their doctors through an iPad app. With the app, patients can access their test results, request for the attention of nurses, and do much more. It helps to make the process of accessing health care services easy.
The hospital also features a lot of automation. For instance, the bed controls are automated, allowing patients to make comfort changes. Additionally, a patient can control the curtains and the lighting from the comfort of their bed. It allows them to have a personalized environment for their recovery and remain comfortable throughout their hospital stay.
The Hospital’s Design
Elements of functionality, discretion, and safety were all incorporated into the building of the hospital. The hospital features an enclosed area that allows for the uninterrupted flow of stretchers and other hospital equipment. The result is that everything is moved around efficiently without the risk of injury to anyone.
The hospital also has an aesthetic element to it. There are works of art in various locations that are designed to make patients feel relaxed. Besides aesthetics, it has been shown that works of art help to reduce anxiety in patients. It also leads to positive emotions, which are essential for great health. In line with other top hospitals globally, the hospital invested in 231 kinetics works of art by Yutaka Toyota, a Japanese painter.
The hospital has 21 thousand meters squared of floor space that is filled with the latest in healthcare technology. Dr. Jorge Moll, who is its current president and founder, they can now offer quality care and complex surgeries. Previously, some of the procedures possible at the hospital could only be done is Sao Paulo. According to him, the hospital has been able to merge quality care with hotel accommodations. View the design at RafArquitetura.Com
Periodic emergency drills are often held by the hospital to train its staff on what to do in case of such emergencies. With the regular drills, actors give a feeling of what it would take to handle a real emergency. The drills cover different areas such use of uniforms and patient approach to more complex situations. The hospital has 550 employees with over 113 professional medical staff.
Plans for the Future
According to the founder, this is just the beginning. Soon, branches will be opened in cities such as Brasília and Sao Paulo. The plan to expand Copa Star’s concept of healthcare provision proves that it is a successful model.
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