Who we are

 

The UPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital is a private hospital that has been, since 1951, a reference hospital facility for both local and international patients, from over 70 different nationalities.

Today it’s part of the UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) group, a non-profit global healthcare company among the largest in the United States.

Located in Rome city center, only a stone’s throw away from the Trastevere neighborhood, UPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital sits at the top of the Gianicolo Hill, with 82 beds, highly specialized surgical and diagnostic equipment, 6 operating rooms, a postoperative Intensive Care Unit and a wide array of specialty medical departments and services – amongst which the advanced International and Tropical Medicine and Microbiology Laboratory, the Imaging Center and a Physio Center with its Hydrokinesis pool.

The private hospital also offers an Emergency first-aid service for both in-patients and out-patients (treating urgent but non-life-threatening conditions) as well as bespoke therapeutics.

UPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital operates 24 hours a day and has an agreement with the major international insurance companies.