Diaverum Romania has this week opened the country's first-ever Nephrology Centre of Excellence.
Covering an area of over 4,000 m², the Centre was created with the aim to set a new standard in renal care in Romania, using Diaverum's proprietary digital infrastructure to support its delivery. The new Centre of Excellence is comprised of 63 dialysis stations and can provide treatment for over 350 patients. Beyond this, it offers services that cater to the complex range of medical specialties associated with CKD, providing patients an integrated treatment approach within three ambulatory consultations: nephrology, diabetes & nutrition and cardiology. Crucially, the Centre will also act as a training hub, complete with state-of-the-art facilities, library and study spaces, actively contributing to the continuous education of Diaverum Romania's employees.
Camelia Cucu, RVP for Central and Eastern Europe, commented: "The Centre's launch marks a first, both for Diaverum Romania, but for the country's wider renal care offering. Through it, we aspire to set a new benchmark for the care of CKD patients, within Romania and the wider CEE region, that is underpinned by the competence, passion and inspiration that define our True care culture".
"I am immensely proud of our Romania team and would like to extend my most sincere congratulations to them for this extraordinary achievement".
Viorel Simion, General Director for Diaverum Romania, added: "True care lies at the core of everything we do, which is why we are delighted to be launching the Fundeni Centre of Excellence in Nephrology, and proud that our patients are already benefiting from the integrated services system we provide, with the same quality and safety standards that they have become accustomed to since our initial market launch 11 years ago".
Ovidiu Bradu, Operations Director for Diaverum Romania, who spearheaded the project, had this to say: "As an organisation, Diaverum is driven by a continuous momentum to identify and improve the ways in which we deliver life-enhancing renal care, which is why the launch of this centre is a truly proud moment for us. I couldn't be happier with the end results, which represent the culmination of much hard work and team effort."
Camelia Maria, HR Director for Diaverum Romania, highlighted the importance of the employee training facilities: "Diaverum is an ever-growing organisation and we want our people to grow with us. By offering opportunities for them to improve their skills and enrich their education, we are also able to ensure that we continue to provide our patients renal care at excellent standards".
With the Centre's opening, Diaverum Romania solidifies its position as a leading provider of renal care in the country, with a team of 1,200 employees, caring for more than 3,700 patients.