Clinic Ospedale Fatebenefratelli Gemelli Isola Tiberina in Rome

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Hospital Classified pursuant to art. 1 of Law 132/68 as a General Hospital of the Area since 1972, the Fatebenefratelli Hospital on the Tiberina island is managed by the Generalate of the Hospital Order of San Giovanni di Dio, known as the Fatebenefratelli. Through the hospital activity, religious and cult purposes are pursued with full juridical-administrative autonomy, non-profit, as Christian testimony. This activity is part of the public hospital sector of the National and Regional Health System. The services provided by the hospital are therefore equivalent to those provided by similar public hospitals, with the exclusion of activities that conflict with the values ​​and principles of Christian doctrine. The welfare activities are managed through the Fatebenefratelli, who guide the activity of collaborators, lay and religious, inspired by the theological virtue of charity and the charism of hospitality typical of the Order of Saint John of God. The mission and vision that characterize the work carried out by the collaborators of the San Giovanni Calibita Hospital is inextricably linked to the values ​​expressed in the Identity Card of the Fatebenefratelli Hospital Order. The Hospitaller Order of the Fatebenefratelli is currently present in fifty countries on the five continents, with about 400 apostolic works. In addition to the Brothers, about 45,000 collaborators, 8,000 volunteers and many benefactors are integrated into the mission of the Order. Having received the Charism of Hospitality as an inheritance from the Founder St. John of God, following his example, the Order is dedicated to mission to the sick and the needy, operating mainly in the health and social fields. The Charism of Hospitality, which differentiates the Fatebenefratelli from other religious orders and is incorporated in each of its works, therefore includes in itself the welcome, the promotion of health, the accompaniment and the commitment to the most vulnerable realities of each time and place, starting from a broad concept of universality and professionalism. The Centers of the Order accept the limits of science, avoiding any form of therapeutic persistence and anything that can harm the dignity of the person. The Hospitaller Order of St. John of God also attaches great importance to the "style" with which it carries out its healthcare activity. promoting respect for people and their autonomy. The Order is therefore open to new professional and social approaches, to new interventions, to the cultures and peculiarities of each reality.

Prices

Cardiac surgery

  • Arterial switch operation (ASO) — ≈ $35,983
  • Atrial septal defect (ASD) repair in children — ≈ $33,460
  • Atrioventricular canal defect surgery — ≈ $35,877
  • Blalock-Taussig shunt — ≈ $21,977
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy with defibrillator (CRT-D) — ≈ $42,381
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy with pacemaker (CRT-P) — ≈ $27,499
  • Dual chamber pacemaker insertion — ≈ $16,275
  • Ebstein anomaly correction — ≈ $33,854
  • Fontan procedure — ≈ $31,167
  • Glenn procedure — ≈ $32,365
  • Leadless Pacemaker implantation Micra and Nanostim — ≈ $13,029
  • Management of pacemaker system — ≈ $1,301
  • Nikaidoh procedure — ≈ $29,891
  • Norwood procedure — ≈ $34,180
  • Pacemaker replacement — ≈ $12,309
  • Partial anomalous pulmonary return (PAPVR) correction — $0
  • Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) ligation in children — ≈ $34,992
  • Permanent pacemaker implantation — ≈ $13,650
  • Pulmonary artery banding (PAB) — ≈ $16,537
  • Pulmonary artery thromboendarterectomy — ≈ $20,749
  • Radical correction of tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) — ≈ $28,379
  • Rastelli procedure — ≈ $28,214
  • Removal of permanent pacemaker — ≈ $10,293
  • Single chamber pacemaker insertion — ≈ $13,687
  • Temporary pacemaker implantation — ≈ $1,720
  • Total anomalous pulmonary return (TAPVR) correction — ≈ $32,827
  • Truncus arteriosus repair — ≈ $39,327
  • Ventricular septal defect (VSD) repair in children — ≈ $25,217

Vascular surgery

  • Aortoiliac allografting — ≈ $35,010
  • Arteriovenous (AV) fistula surgery — ≈ $4,372
  • Arteriovenous (AV) graft surgery — ≈ $5,957
  • Bilateral varicose veins surgery — ≈ $4,479
  • Catheter-directed sclerotherapy (CDS) (Bilateral) — ≈ $2,164
  • Catheter-directed sclerotherapy (CDS) (Unilateral) — ≈ $1,315
  • Crossectomy — ≈ $3,723
  • Crossectomy + Saphenous vein ligation and stripping + Side vein surgery — ≈ $4,527
  • Crossectomy and side vein surgery — ≈ $6,150
  • Cryosurgery of varicose veins — ≈ $5,911
  • Endoscopic vein harvesting (EVH) for coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) — ≈ $479
  • Endovascular thrombectomy — ≈ $10,981
  • Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) for varicose vein (Bilateral) — ≈ $6,890
  • Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) for varicose vein (Unilateral) — ≈ $4,600
  • Femoral-popliteal bypass graft surgery — ≈ $19,394
  • Foam sclerotherapy (Bilateral) — ≈ $2,729
  • Foam sclerotherapy (Unilateral) — ≈ $1,579
  • Hybrid varicose veins treatment (open+endovascular) — $0
  • Laser treatment for spider veins — ≈ $1,248
  • Ligation of incompetent perforator veins — ≈ $1,236
  • Mechanochemical Ablation (MOCA) — ≈ $2,784
  • Peripheral artery bypass — ≈ $23,398
  • Phlebectomy (including mini-phleboctomy) — ≈ $3,375
  • Portocaval anastomosis — $0
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for varicose veins (Bilateral) — ≈ $5,530
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for varicose veins (Unilateral) — ≈ $3,767
  • Reconstructive surgery for peripheral artery disease (PAD) — ≈ $31,902
  • Renal artery bypass surgery — ≈ $20,640
  • Secondary Cimino arteriovenous anastomosis surgery — ≈ $3,465
  • Spider vein sclerotherapy — ≈ $1,000
  • Surgical thrombectomy — ≈ $19,164
  • Unilateral varicose veins surgery — ≈ $4,519
  • Varicose vein stripping (Unilateral) — ≈ $11,114
  • Varicose veins treatment — ≈ $8,577
  • Venaseal glue therapy of varicose vein (Bilateral) — ≈ $8,068
  • Venaseal glue therapy of varicose vein (Unilateral) — ≈ $7,324

Oncology

  • Abdominoperineal resection (APR) — ≈ $28,089
  • Breast reconstruction after mastectomy — ≈ $15,848
  • Colon polypectomy — ≈ $2,115
  • Colorectal endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) — ≈ $4,156
  • Double preventive mastectomy — ≈ $11,834
  • Hartmann's operation — ≈ $9,987
  • Hemicolectomy — ≈ $21,586
  • Hormone therapy for breast cancer — $0
  • Intersphincteric resection (ISR) — ≈ $6,733
  • Low anterior resection (LAR) — ≈ $12,508
  • Lumpectomy — ≈ $5,295
  • Needle biopsy — ≈ $1,036
  • Nipple and areola reconstruction — ≈ $4,264
  • Partial mastectomy — ≈ $7,131
  • Proctocolectomy — ≈ $16,753
  • Radiation therapy for breast cancer — $0
  • Radical mastectomy — ≈ $16,763
  • Rectum anterior resection — ≈ $20,978
  • Sigmoidectomy — ≈ $16,726
  • Simple mastectomy — ≈ $10,696
  • Subcutaneous mastectomy — ≈ $5,774
  • Surgical breast biopsy — ≈ $3,228
  • TRAM flap breast reconstruction — ≈ $28,459
  • Targeted therapy — $0
  • Total colectomy — ≈ $18,103
  • Transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM) — ≈ $4,474
  • Vacuum-assisted breast biopsy — ≈ $1,672

Orthopedic surgery

  • Arthrocentesis — ≈ $1,022
  • Arthroscopic trochanter bursitis surgery — ≈ $5,433
  • Athletic pubalgia surgery — ≈ $7,799
  • Carpal tunnel surgery — ≈ $2,521
  • De Quervain's tendon release — ≈ $3,054
  • Dupuytren's contracture surgery — ≈ $3,481
  • Femoral osteotomy — ≈ $9,665
  • Finger reconstruction — ≈ $4,550
  • Forearm fracture surgery — ≈ $4,422
  • Guyon's canal release — ≈ $2,833
  • Haglund's deformity surgery — ≈ $5,401
  • Hamstring syndrome surgery — ≈ $5,952
  • Hand ganglion cyst removal — ≈ $2,728
  • Hand rejuvenation with structural fat grafting — ≈ $5,657
  • Hand surgery — ≈ $11,539
  • Hand tendon surgery — ≈ $3,021
  • Hip arthrodesis — ≈ $11,599
  • Hip arthroscopy — ≈ $11,239
  • Hip core decompression — ≈ $10,479
  • Hip debridement surgery — $0
  • Hip fracture surgery — ≈ $9,322
  • Hip osteotomy — ≈ $10,598
  • Hip surgery — ≈ $14,917
  • Interphalangeal joint arthrodesis — ≈ $8,827
  • Mallet finger surgery — ≈ $3,299
  • Piriformis syndrome surgery — ≈ $3,959
  • Scaphoid pseudarthrosis reconstruction — ≈ $5,604
  • Surgery for hip impingement — ≈ $9,327
  • Trapeziectomy — ≈ $6,219
  • Trigger finger release — ≈ $2,144
  • Wrist arthroscopy — ≈ $7,194
  • Wrist fracture surgery — ≈ $6,119
  • Wrist ligament repair — ≈ $8,613
  • Wrist synovectomy — ≈ $961

Prices for selected procedures, total
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Cardiac surgery
Price, USD
≈ $35,983
≈ $33,460
≈ $35,877
≈ $21,977
≈ $42,381
≈ $27,499
≈ $16,275
≈ $33,854
≈ $31,167
≈ $32,365
≈ $13,029
≈ $1,301
≈ $29,891
≈ $34,180
≈ $12,309
by request
≈ $34,992
≈ $13,650
≈ $16,537
≈ $20,749
≈ $28,379
≈ $28,214
≈ $10,293
≈ $13,687
≈ $1,720
≈ $32,827
≈ $39,327
≈ $25,217
Vascular surgery
Price, USD
≈ $35,010
≈ $4,372
≈ $5,957
≈ $4,479
≈ $2,164
≈ $1,315
≈ $3,723
≈ $4,527
≈ $6,150
≈ $5,911
≈ $479
≈ $10,981
≈ $6,890
≈ $4,600
≈ $19,394
≈ $2,729
≈ $1,579
by request
≈ $1,248
≈ $1,236
≈ $2,784
≈ $23,398
≈ $3,375
by request
≈ $5,530
≈ $3,767
≈ $31,902
≈ $20,640
≈ $3,465
≈ $1,000
≈ $19,164
≈ $4,519
≈ $11,114
≈ $8,577
≈ $8,068
≈ $7,324
Oncology
Price, USD
≈ $28,089
≈ $15,848
≈ $2,115
≈ $4,156
≈ $11,834
≈ $9,987
≈ $21,586
by request
≈ $6,733
≈ $12,508
≈ $5,295
≈ $1,036
≈ $4,264
≈ $7,131
≈ $16,753
by request
≈ $16,763
≈ $20,978
≈ $16,726
≈ $10,696
≈ $5,774
≈ $3,228
≈ $28,459
by request
≈ $18,103
≈ $4,474
≈ $1,672
Orthopedic surgery
Price, USD
≈ $1,022
≈ $5,433
≈ $7,799
≈ $2,521
≈ $3,054
≈ $3,481
≈ $9,665
≈ $4,550
≈ $4,422
≈ $2,833
≈ $5,401
≈ $5,952
≈ $2,728
≈ $5,657
≈ $11,539
≈ $3,021
≈ $11,599
≈ $11,239
≈ $10,479
by request
≈ $9,322
≈ $10,598
≈ $14,917
≈ $8,827
≈ $3,299
≈ $3,959
≈ $5,604
≈ $9,327
≈ $6,219
≈ $2,144
≈ $7,194
≈ $6,119
≈ $8,613
≈ $961
3.8
Overall rating: 5
July 26, 2022
I thought this was a great hospital; honestly the most efficient emergency room experience I've ever had. My girlfriend twisted her ankle really bad and we thought it might be broken, so we went to the emergency room. We arrived at about 22:00. They admitted her within 10 minutes of us arriving, took her back and x-rayed her, determined the ankle was not broken, and then let her go. The entire thing took less than an hour and was completely free. I see a lot of people are saying that the waiting time was long. I don't know, maybe we just got lucky, but it was way more efficient than any emergency room I've ever seen in the United States.
Overall rating: 1
July 29, 2022
I had a severe sunburn which resulted in sun poisoning (severe allergy reaction). They made me wait for almost 2h, in pain and with my face fully swollen (couldn't even keep my eyes open). When I asked how much longer I needed to wait, they approximated at least another hour. Ridiculous. There weren't even many people in the queue. They seem to show little regard to tourists. I ended up having to go to a private clinic. I suggest avoiding this hospital if possible.
Overall rating: 1
June 16, 2023
Be wary of this as a traveling foreigner, they will help locals first, then class you by a color. You will wait 8 hours and even in the case of a broken bone, you cannot have ice. Pushed to the bottom of the list every hour. Italians hate tourists and especially Americans. Be safe, reach out to embassy if you have issues, they can guide you
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