After nearly four years of persistent planning and careful construction, a few of Brazil’s best and brightest finally put together the finishing touches on the new Copa Star hospital in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Located within the very southern zone of Rio’s Figueiredo Magalhães street in Copacabana, the local Rioians raise a new standard in hospital segments. This hospital unites now qualified talent, comfort, luxury and even sophisticated technology. Its architectural design resembles the best five-star hotels, and it’s part of a concept that Rede D’Or São Luiz specializes in. Visit their Facebook page.
With 21,000 square meters, the Star Cup recreates technological innovation and refinement. Its unique system allows patients autonomy not experienced in most other hospitals. Through special touches on the iPad that are available to inpatients, it’s possible to have conversations with the doctor or even to request immediate attention from the nurses. This technology is also in the automation features. With the exclusive addition of this Hospital Copa Star, interns may now change the lighting in any room, open or close the curtains and access exams with the doctor’s permission
The investment alone for this new initiative exceeded $400 million and ultimately took root back in 2013. Jorge Moll – who serves as the founder and current president for Rede D’Or São Luiz – noted that the venture’s a top alternative for Rio de Janeiro citizens.= from all over.
Top specialists have quickly and successfully combined qualified care services through highly complex surgeries in this Star Cup initiative. Previously, for such type of care, the patient usually flew to Sao Paulo in the Lebanese Syrian. The Hospital Copa Star also reconciles professional staff with hotel accommodations. All this serves to aid in the overall recovery process. Brazilian health professionals have created an environment that unites technology with comfort to offer a personalized, exclusive service.
Among the multiple innovations of this Star Cup hospital, there exists an attached area specifically for the flow of stretchers and medics. The corridors of this building offer a sober and welcoming touch. For this, the Network employed internal aromatization projects and 231 kinetic art works of painted by a painter from Japan – Yutaka Toyota.
The Copa Star hospital team prepared itself for two months primarily by means of tests and simulations. Actors interpreted possible emergency situations; as a result, everything was planned in detail. The Star Cup team is composed of more than 550 staff, 113 as doctors. Professionals were also trained in how to approach patients regarding what clothes or makeup to use. ede D’Or São Luiz hopes to expand this new idea of placing hospitals by major centers all throughout Brazil; the cities of São Paulo and Brasília are next on the list.