UPMC Institute for Health Chianciano Terme is a medical center designed for preventive medicine for hepato-bilio-pancreatic, and gastrointestinal pathologies, cardiac diseases, metabolic syndrome, and diabetes. The Center offers innovative and customized screening programs, laboratory and imaging tests (EKG, elastometry, ultrasound), specialty consults (hepatology, cardiology, pneumology, neurology, psychology, nutritional programs), and digestive endoscopy services (gastroscopy, colonoscopy). The Center has also established an innovative and highly specialized Medical and Wellness Center for exercise and rehabilitation offering personalized physical activity plans for the prevention of cardiovascular, hepatic, and metabolic diseases.
UPMC Institute for Health Chianciano Terme is the result of a partnership between:
UPMC Italy is the Italian division of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC).
UPMC Italy operates in the scope of patient care, biomedical research and telemedicine, and develops new technology solutions providing support in areas directly and indirectly related to medicine and research.
For twenty years UPMC Italy has been managing ISMETT, a center of excellence in the field of organ transplantation and highly-specialized therapies. Located in Palermo, ISMETT is a government-approved research hospital (Istituto di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico – IRCCS), which serves patients from countries throughout the Mediterranean region. ISMETT hosts 78 beds, 4 operating rooms and 8 day hospital beds. Since the very first liver transplant performed in Sicily, in 1999, over 2,000 transplants have been performed at ISMETT.
In partnership with the Italian government, the Sicilian regional government, the Italian National Research Council (CNR), and the University of Pittsburgh, UPMC supports the Ri.MED Foundation established to promote, support, and start-up biotechnology and biomedicine research projects transferring innovative outcomes to clinical practice. UPMC Italy’s collaboration with Ri.MED is primarily focused on the creation of a Biomedical Research and Biotechnological Center (BRBC) in Carini, near Palermo. With its over 600 researchers, technicians and administrative staff the BRBC will become a center of reference for biotechnology research.
In collaboration with San Pietro Fatebenefratelli Hospital in Rome, UPMC Italy opened the UPMC San Pietro FBF Advanced Radiotherapy Center offering innovative radiotherapy treatment and advanced care oncology protocols.
Since 2018 UPMC Italy manages the UPMC | Salvator Mundi International Hospital carrying out investments and collaborations in the field of private health care that will benefit Italian and foreign patients. The goal is to enhance and expand the offer across multiple specialties (e.g., advanced surgery, emergency medicine, oncology, orthopedics, ophthalmology, physiotherapy, rehabilitation), using new technologies and innovative approaches such as, for example, regenerative medicine. In particular, an integrated Oncology Center will be created and linked to the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center network. In line with the professional experience of UPMC, the plan is to launch new programs and to improve the existing ones, including thoracic and abdominal minimally invasive surgical oncology, interventional radiology, and oncology interventional digestive endoscopy. The oncology clinical offer will be complemented by immuno-oncology therapies and a new oncology genomics service, indispensable to support therapeutic decisions with a personalized medicine approach. All aspects related to the prevention and early diagnosis of oncological diseases will also be developed, and a new dedicated program of Integrative Medicine in Oncology, one of the first in Europe, will be launched.
In 2018, UPMC Italy realized in Mirabella Eclano (Campania), in collaboration with Casa di Cura Villa Maria, the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center at Villa Maria, an advanced radiotherapy center offering treatments for primary tumors, secondary (metastatic) or recurrent tumors in all parts of the body.
UPMC is a recognized leader both in providing health care services in the United States and in sharing that knowledge to build outstanding health care with partners around the globe. A noted innovator in information technology, UPMC was an early adopter of electronic health records and the interoperability solutions that tie them together. UPMC is consistently ranked among the nation’s best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report, with renowned centers of excellence in transplantation, cancer, neurosurgery, psychiatry, rehabilitation, geriatrics and women’s health. UPMC integrates 80,000 employees, more than 30 hospitals, 600 doctors’ offices and outpatient sites. UPMC Enterprises functions as the innovation and commercialization arm of UPMC while UPMC International provides hands-on health care and management services with partners in 12 countries on four continents.
At the UPMC Institute for Health Chianciano Terme, we offer preventive medicine services for gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and cardiac diseases, metabolic syndrome, and diabetes. In other words, we take care of you.
The Italian division of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center with facilities in Rome (UPMC Hillman Cancer Center at San Pietro FBF, oncology radiotherapy and UPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital), Palermo (ISMETT IRCCS, organ transplants and highly specialized therapies and Ri.MED Foundation, research), Chianciano Terme (UPMC Institute for Health, preventive medicine and Medical Gym), Mirabella Eclano (UPMC Hillman Cancer Center at Villa Maria, oncology radiotherapy).
UPMC is an integrated global health enterprise headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Its deep clinical, operational, and managerial expertise, combined with real-world experience, has made UPMC a leading health care provider in the United States. UPMC International shares clinical, technological, and managerial knowledge and expertise with partners across the globe customizing solutions to build the best possible health care for patients, close to home.