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New Brazilian general hospital flaunts GE-heavy top-end medtech

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

This month sees the opening in Sao Paulo, Brazil, of Hospital Villa-Lobos, a private centre said to feature a "complete package" of GE Healthcare systems. The CEMA group, which owns the R$42m (US$21.3m) newly-built general hospital, reportedly invested R$12m in medical technology for its 14 "fully equipped" operating rooms and imaging (MRI, CT and ultrasound), endoscopy, interventional radiology, haemodynamics and pathology departments.






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