Inauguration of the Dialysis Center of Queen of Apostles Hospital, Albano


Thanks to the professionalism of the managers, doctors and staff of Queen of Apostles Hospital, Albano, a new service has been launched that will enrich the medical structures of the Lazio zone of Italy and reinforce those already working to safeguard the health of its citizens.

The new, top-of-the-line Dialysis Center has ten accredited stations and another eight authorized ones, all equipped with the most modern and advanced dialysis technologies, including control monitors and televisions to supervise the patients undergoing treatment.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by Sr. Anna Maria Parenzan, Superior General of the Daughters of St. Paul (the Hospital’s owners), the Bishop of Albano, the Deputy Mayor of the town, Sr. Annamaria Gasser and Maria Teresa D’Agostino, the Hospital’s General Director and Health Director, as well as the civil, military and religious authorities of the area.

Addressing the assembly, Professor Angelo Catucci said: “I offer my sincere thanks to the health workers of Queen of Apostles Hospital and all those who have enabled us to achieve this important goal, which benefits the numerous dialysis patients treated here.”