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THANKS TO A DONATION FROM THE DYNASTIC ORDERS OF THE ROYAL HOUSE OF SAVOY, THE RIVAROLESE PINK CROSS HAS BEEN ABLE TO OPEN ITS NEW OUTPATIENT CLINIC, BUILT AFTER THE FALL OF THE MORANDI BRIDGE IN GENOA.

On Saturday, 5th January 2019, the “Beata Maria Cristina di Savoia” Outpatient Clinic opened. 

With the collaboration of the local health services trust and of the Ligurian regional government, a medical doctor for low-severity cases (in the Italian system labelled as “white codes”) will be present on the premises from 8 am to 8 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays and from 8 am to 12 pm on Mondays. Patients can contact the doctor free of charge and without having to bring any documentation.

The clinic will serve as a significant reference point for the community, through which TT.RR.HH. wish to bring a concrete contribution to the Genoese population and in particular to the residents of the areas around the Morandi Bridge who were severely affected by the fall and were displaced from their homes. 

The first weekend saw 35 patients treated at the clinic, a success.

The inauguration, promoted by Vicar for the City and the Province of Genoa the Knight Dr.  Valerio Ruggiero, has been documented by numerous media organizations, including Sky Tg24 – Rai 3 – La7 – Il Secolo XIX.

The Grand Chancellery of the Royal Orders of the Royal House of Savoy thanks all the Ladies and the Knights for making the realization of this project possible. 

IL SECOLO XIX:

Il secolo XIX – 30

 SKY:

http://scl.io/NZdj2ac

 LA7:

http://tg.la7.it/cronaca/genova-aperto-il-poliambulatorio-vicino-al-ponte-morandi-29-12-2018-134611

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