Rio de Janeiro Brazil healthcare improvement initiated by Jorge Moll

Apart from Jorge Moll Neto being a cardiologist, he is also a businessman. Moll further plays the role of Chairman in Rede D’Or Sao Luiz’s Board of Directors and the head of D’Or Institute for the Research and Education. Jorge is the inventor of the 32 hospitals leading network in the country. It started as an examination institute to multiple exceptional hospitals. Rio de Janeiro was known to be the center of medicine in Brazil for the period between the mid-1970s and early 1980s. The medical situation started worsening, and this was because most hospital institutions in the state were public resulting in poor diagnoses and services. Jorge intervened in the whole situation and argued that Rio de Janeiro is a vast area, and one hospital is not enough. A city like that one needs a network of hospitals to meet the need of the population. To start with, he constructed three institutions that later grew to a significant system with numerous hospitals through the years (http://www.abc.org.br/~JMOLL).

 

Das D’Or Sao Luiz is the most significant hospital. Star Cup immerged from it. It is a luxurious five-star hotel intended for a class of people throughout the country that want services that are exclusive and unique. The hospital has beautiful interior decor with a gallery of art all along the corridors. It has private passage places for employees and transit of patients (Diasdacruz). The hospital has the best modern technology and offers significant surgeries like neurology and cardiology. It is situated near a beach and has appealing room in the mold of a five-star hotel.

 

Jorge has embraced technology and has welcomed Google glass that has improved the health sector. It has a positive change in their services by use of the gadget. The gadget retrieves the entire patient’s information using a single voice command. Jorge Moll advocates voluntary activities and encourages the youths to engage in volunteering by creating events for them. He believes that it is healthy to give with an open heart generously and that providing an option of your time to stranger helps an individual’s body and mind.

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