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Hospital do Coracao-Associacao do Sanatorio Sirio

Hospital do Coracao-Associacao do Sanatorio Sirio

Sao Paulo, Brazil   |   Accreditation: JCI 

 Rua Desembargador Eliseu Guilherme, 147

04004-030 – S?o Paulo – SP, Para?so


55 11 3889-8811



Website in: Spanish, English, Arabic, Portuguese

The HCor ? Hospital do Cora??o [Hospital for the Heart] is a philanthropic institution created to offer the most advanced cardiologic procedures and technology in the world to children.

It is now one of the main centers for the treatment of cardiovascular illnesses in Latin America. In addition it has expanded into other areas of medicine, making it a reference in those specialties.

The (HCor) Hospital do Coracao reaches international standards in its various treatment and procedures. It was the pioneer in the performance of cardiac transplants, and the first to perform a cardiopulmonary transplant in Brazil in 1985. In 2006 alone, there were 1,200 itinerant consultations and 300 highly complex surgeries performed on children.

Three interconnected buildings make up the HCor complex with 216 beds for patients of which 40 are ICU (for adults and children), 13 for COD ? Coronary Department ? and 8 available for emergencies. The rooms at the HCor were designed to offer comfort, safety, and functionality to patients and their companions.


JCI Accreditation:
Program: Hospital
Date Accredited: 11 November 2006


- Blood Bank
– Cardiology
– Interventionist Cardiology
– Endocrinology
– Gastroenterology
– Sports Medicine
– Intensive Medicine
– Preventive Medicine
– Nutrition
– Oncology
– Psychology
– Chemotherapy
– Urology
– Orthopedics (service in Consultation Rooms and Emergency Room)
– Allergy and Immunology
– Corrective Plastic Surgery
– Neurology
– Nephrology
– Invasive Electrophysiology
– Pneumology
– Rheumatology

Diagnosis Center:

– Exams for Arrhythmia
– Bronchoscopy ? Colonoscopy ? Echocardiography
– Endoscopy
– Ergometry
– Spirometry
– haryngoscopy
– Laboratory
– Laryngoscopy
– Mammography
– Nuclear Medicine
– PET – CT ? X Rays ? Magnetic Resonance
– Cardiopulmonary Test
– Computerized Tomography
– Tracheoscopy
– Ultrasonography