Campania, Sicily, Lazio and Calabria are the Italian regions where there are 12 worst hospitals in Italy. This is what emerges from the ranking prepared on the basis of Agenas data on the performance of 53 Italian public hospitals. There are 9 of the best who have achieved high performance levels.
Alone 9 public hospitals in Italy out of 53 reach performance levels tall, While 12 are not enough results. This is what emerges from the ranking of the best and worst Italian hospitals, drawn up on the basis of the performance report of Italian public hospitals in 2021.
Testing times, rates of hospitalizations at high risk of inappropriateness, the Emergency Department, the budgets in order, the number of health personnel, including doctors and nurses for available beds and the level of obsolescence of machinery and equipment. These are the six criteria with which Agenas, the National Agency for Regional Health Services headed by the Ministry of Health, evaluated the performance of 53 Italian public hospitals, whose data were reprocessed by the Dataroom of the Corriere della Sera who has drawn up a ranking of the best and worst Italian hospitals in terms of performance.
Among promoted hospitals, universities, Pisana, Careggi (in Florence), Sienese, Padua, Integrata Verona and Policlinico Sant’Orsola (in Bologna) stand out. Among the non-university hospitals, however, there are Santa Croce and Carle (in Cuneo), Riuniti Marche Nord and Ordine Mauriziano (in Turin). At the bottom of the ranking are those of Cosenza, San Pio (Benevento), Sant’Anna and San Sebastiano (Caserta), Riuniti Villa Sofia Cervello (Palermo), Ospedali Civico Di Cristina Benfratelli (Palermo) and Cannizzaro (Catania).
And still among the worst the San Giovanni Addolorata hospital (Rome), the San Camillo Forlanini (Rome), the Luigi Vanvitelli hospital (Naples), the San Giovanni di Dio Ruggi d’Aragona (Salerno), the Mater Domini (Catanzaro) and the Umberto I Polyclinic (Rome). The remaining 32 establishments achieving average performance they are located in various regions, from Lombardy to Campania, from Emilia-Romagna to Sicily.
As for i waiting times for cancer surgery, in the top 3 in terms of performance are the Sienese, Padua and Pisana. While the worst three are the Sant’Anna and San Sebastiano (Caserta), the San Luigi Gonzaga (Turin) and the Santi Antonio e Biagio e Cesare e Arrigo (Alessandria).