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Doctors

 
Growth
Humanitas promotes growth in the clinical area through a mix of intense operating work and participation in multi-disciplinary groups. Research applied to clinical aspects is also promoted and specific dedicated functions (Grant Office and Clinical Experimentation Office) have been made available. Teaching and organisational skills are developed through special training plans constantly promoting interdisciplinary work groups.
Our medical staff is organised in Departments, Units, Disease Centres and Services. More than 600 doctors work at Humanitas, 35% are less than 40 years old and 43% are women. The hospital has more than 50 Units recognised nationally and internationally in the fields of oncology, neurosciences, orthopaedics, cardiology, ophthalmology and medically assisted procreation. Humanitas is also a Teaching Hospital, which joins academic training, clinical experience and scientific work in the research laboratories.
 

Nursing

 
Nurses: in step with innovation together.
You can specialise in the following areas during your career:

Intensive interventional – with the acquisition of specific skills for specialist sectors (e.g. robotics, anaesthesia, etc.);

Wards – the activation of innovative nursing pathways (e.g. case management);

Research – with active co-operation in the application of research protocols to improve nursing and clinical practice;

Teaching – with the activation of tutoring pathways intended to accompany students towards periods of on-the-job training, in co-operation with the University of Milan.
More than 500 nurses and 150 healthcare assistants work to offer specialist nursing to our patients in the various areas of the hospital every day. A team of professionals, from Italy and abroad (20%), is committed to valorising their profession every day through constant updating, team-work and experimental projects aimed at ensuring better and better quality and safety in the treatment. Humanitas is also a teaching hospital for the degree in Nursing of the University of Milan.
Healthcare assistants:
more and more often players in the nursing process
Healthcare assistants make a daily contribution, with the nursing team, in the wards and the operating rooms, to facilitating the treatment pathway in hospital. They carry out specific work aimed at satisfying the fundamental needs of patients, focused on the recovery, maintenance and development of their well-being.
 

Allied Health Professionals

 
Allied health professionals work with doctors inpatient and outpatient activities, medical laboratory, medical physicists. They are radiology, laboratory, anatomical pathology and physiotherapy technicians, biologists, physicists, pharmacists, speech therapists, dieticians, orthoptists, psychologists and audiometrists. Our professionals use technologically advanced machinery and equipment which allows extremely accurate diagnoses and treatment.
 

customer services

 
Customer Services at Humanitas involves more than 160 people who are the first contacts for patients, welcoming them and listening to their needs. They follow patients from the first contact with our hospital throughout their treatment pathway, giving all the explanations on the services. Every month we plan an Assessment Centre to find the best candidates to become part of our team.
All the Customer Services Supervisors have been promoted from inside, following the various career steps. A well-organised system of selection, assessment and training supports professional and personal growth in a young, dynamic environment.
 
 

management and staff

 
Humanitas offers you the chance to work in a dynamic environment,
with high professional profile where all the Function are committed to serve our patients. It is a young context where 1 in 3 professionals are less than 35 years old, there are equal opportunities, and the comparison of ideas and skills of different backgrounds is the basis for facing the challenges of a constantly developing sector where the valorisation of people is only based on criteria of merit.
More than 150 people work in our Services Staff Function

Finance and Control

 

Building Management

 

Communications

 

Hospital Health Direction

 

Clinical Engineering

 

Information Communication Technology (ICT)

 

Marketing

 

Quality Monitoring

 

Operations

 

Human Resources

 

Facility Management

 

The Supply Chain

 
Finance and Control
The Finance and Control function ensures the correct performance of accounting/balance sheet work, compliance with the tax obligations in force at corporate level and has the task of measuring respect for the planned objectives and the results achieved through special indicators.It also informs the hospital management, processing the special reports, so that the necessary managerial action may be undertaken.
Building Management
Building Management is concerned with the management and maintenance of the infrastructure of the institute, carrying out the work required to adapt the infrastructure to company strategies, ensuring the control of the sites consistent with the requirements of the certifying bodies.
Communications
Communication Department manages the relationships with national and regional media and is focused on advocating the image of the hospital and its medical professionals-researchers towards patients, institutions and stakeholders with an integrated communication strategy (press release, website, events, publishing, etc). Meanwhile it also manages the internal communication towards the employees of the hospital.
Hospital Health Direction
The Hospital Health Direction is responsible for the organisation reading of the health legislation and the information flows representing it with the Public Administration. It supervises the management of the clinical care process,evaluating and resolving hygiene issues and co-ordinating the clinical government actions,the quality area and the risk management.
Clinical Engineering
The Clinical Engineering Service is responsible for ensuring the safe, appropriate and economic use of the electro-medical equipment in the institute respecting the technical/legal legislation in force. It also carries out a function of engineering support for health workers both for the assessment of new technological acquisitions and the resolution of problems linked to the equipment.
Information Communication Technology (ICT)
The ICT Function supervises information flows in supportof all the hospital processes. It is responsible for the definition of the company ICT architecture, for the technological, application or sourcing choices and the relative budget allocation.
Marketing
The Marketing Function is responsible for suggesting the lines of development of the clinical activity, in coherence with the scientific and technological innovation and the evolution of the legislative and demographic context. It is also involved in creating tools aimed at fostering business promotion and communication and charged of developing patients’ relationship management systems.
Quality Monitoring
The Quality Monitoring function processes and produces the reports for the continuous improvement of the service offered to hospital patients, based on clinical data, patient satisfaction surveys and organisational data.
Operations
Operations Management is in charge of planning and managing Humanitas assets (e.g. operating theatres, beds, outpatients’ clinics and technologies) in coherence with the strategic aims of the hospital. In particular, through the analysis of patient flows the function collaborates with the clinicians and plans the clinical activity in order to guarantee the effectiveness and efficiency of treatment pathways while minimising waste.
Human Resources
The Human Resources Department ensures the management and development of all professionals. It supports professional pathways through training, performance management and compensation policies. It guarantees administrative processes, trade union relationships and costs control.
Facility Management
Facility Management manages all the hotel services and those supporting the managerial and health work,guaranteeing the constant efficiency respecting the legislation in force and consistent with the quality standards required.
The Supply Chain
Supply Chain manages the process of procurement of goods and services necessary for the fulfilment of the clinical work, guaranteeing management of the warehouse and setting the aim of cost saving consistent with the quality standards required.
 

Research

 
Biomedical researcher, technician, bioinformatician, data manager: the panorama of professional paths open to those interested in pre- clinical and translational research in Humanitas is wide and varied.
The job
The ongoing projects in basic (laboratory) and clinical research are aimed at assessing the effectiveness of new drugs, discovering genetic features for the diagnosis and treatment of oncological diseases, creating innovative diagnostic methods and refining increasingly avant-garde operating techniques through the support of new technologies.
The projects apply 'translational' model, which creates presumes a close integration between laboratory and clinical work, essential the rapid transfer of research to the patient bedside.

The studies in progress cover the following areas of research:
Immunology and inflammation, Gastroenterology, Oncology, Cardiology, Neurosciences.
Constant updating
Cutting edge scientific meetings, including seminars and the Humanitas Lectures series, aimed at exploring key research akas, with the contribution of both clinicians and researchers.
Doctorate Programmes
Humanitas hosts two doctorate programmes:

  • has been accredited for the PhD Programme of the Open University since 2010,

  • with the aim of promoting the training of young researchers in an international context.
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