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"Anna Meyer" Children's University Hospital Department of Hematology and Oncology

History

The "Anna Meyer" children hospital is part of the national health system, within the division of the region of Tuscany. It is integrated with the University of Florence with which it carries out assistance, teaching and research.

The hospital is renowned for its diagnosis, care and rehabilitation of young patients.

Profile

The department of Hematology and Oncology is one of the four centers of excellence present at Meyer children's hospital.

The center has an inpatient unit, an outpatient unit (working 6 days/week 12 hours/24), an inpatient bone marrow transplantation unit, a clinical laboratory, and a research laboratory.

Specialties

Children and young adults with solid or hematological malignancies.  

Palliative and supportive care

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For any patients (with or without long-term benefit from anti-tumor interventions) the palliative care service performed a gradual and simultaneous "taken in care", preferentially (if is it possible) with home care services.

Palliative cares are available in the hospital (ambulatory or hospice), at home with a directly home care service with the same staff of the hospital (only for the Florence city area), or at home with a linking to local home care services (in this case, phone availability for support is warranted).

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