Italian medtech directorate relocates
This article was originally published in Clinica
Italy's general directorate for pharmaceuticals and medical devices has been relocated, in a move that brings all health ministry departments, other general directorates and the national healthcare council under one roof (except the minister's office itself, which remains at Lungotevere Ripa 1). The new headquarters feature updated and more efficient systems which, the ministry claims, will provide a better service to all "healthcare operators" and members of the public. The new address, in the Eur area on the outskirts of the city, is: Via Giorgio Ribotta 5, 00144 Roma, Italy.
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