Construction Begins on Cluj Regional Emergency Hospital

Photo: Cluj Regional Emergency Hospital

On May 18th, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Cluj Regional Emergency Hospital took place, marking a significant step forward in healthcare infrastructure for the region. The hospital, expected to be completed by 2027, will function as a high-level emergency facility, organised into specialised service centers and equipped with advanced medical technologies.

Cluj Regional Emergency Hospital

Mayor Emil Boc described the event as historic, saying, “Today marks a historic moment for Cluj and Transylvania, showcasing our ability to work together despite political differences.”

The hospital will have a capacity of 849 beds, including 336 for surgical care, 343 for medical care, 64 for pediatrics and obstetrics-gynecology, and 82 for intensive care (with 10 for pediatric intensive care). It will also feature specialised facilities for neonatal intensive care and burn treatment, a cardiology centeer, an integrated surgical block with 22 operating rooms, and services for day hospitalisation and day surgery.

The Cluj Regional Emergency Hospital is set to be completed by 2027. It will significantly enhance the region’s healthcare services, providing state-of-the-art medical facilities and improving emergency care capabilities.

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