The first hospital from Romania will represent its country in 2022 at the International Federation of Hospitals from around the world


The 45th Congress of Hospitals in the world is called "Global Learnings, Local Actions: Sustainable Healthcare" and takes place between November 9-11, 2022 in Dubai at DWTC-Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, UAE.

"Louis Turcanu" Children's Emergency Clinical Hospital Timisoara participates in the IHF event with two outstanding scientific works, winners as a result of the selection of the IHF Scientific Committee.

The team of the sanitary unit together with the representatives of the Calitakropolis company represent Romania with honor in each of the IHF categories where the posters can be found.

The "Louis Turcanu" hospital is concrete proof that tradition can be preserved because it has coexisted for 120 years with the ultramodern present. The gradual modernization and the movements of the 20th and 21st centuries have brought the "Louis Turcanu" Hospital to the performance it maintains even today, successfully combining the past and the future to treat children - the most vulnerable patients ever.

The work is called "Preserved Traditions and Performance Progress Supported by Modern Constructions"

We are honored to be able to show the whole world how buildings full of history coexist, kept almost intact, alongside new edifices that we build to rise to the future!

To increase safety and quality in pediatric patient care, clinical risks are constantly identified, considering the heterogeneity of patients' chronological ages, developmental stages, and the varied range of ailments.

Generating a plan regarding the degree of dependence in pediatrics is a challenge based on the patient's clinical status, which includes a varied spectrum, from independence to total dependence.

The innovation in pediatric care was named in the hospital "Turcanu Child Dependence Scoring -TCD Scoring" and the result of the study was called "Turcanu Dependence Score - an innovative tool for preventing clinical risks in pediatric care".