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AUSL Modena – Psychiatric diagnosis and treatment service, patients hospitalized in Carpi from Monday 4 March

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AUSL Modena – Psychiatric diagnosis and treatment service, patients hospitalized in Carpi from Monday 4 March

From Monday 4 March, patients requiring hospitalization in the acute phase of psychiatric pathology will be hospitalized at the Psychiatric Diagnosis and Treatment Service (SPDC) in Carpi, with 11 beds available.

The reorganization, which became necessary following the event that occurred last February 17 at the SPDC of Baggiovara Hospital, is temporary and will last for the time necessary (estimated at approximately two months) to restore the premises of Baggiovara following the damage and the simultaneous adaptation of the entire department, to implement the extraordinary maintenance program established before the event.

The decision to activate the SPDC in Carpi, which already has health authorisation, is linked to the need to guarantee a prompt response to the health needs of a fragile segment of the population, such as those with psychiatric pathologies, and is part of a plan that is grafted onto different lines of action.

On the one hand, the structural adaptation, with some targeted interventions to increase the safety of the offices, such as the installation of cameras, the expansion of the security service and the connection with the competent institutions for greater supervision of the structure. On the other hand, the organizational reorganization of the staff, both in the medical and healthcare fields, which involves the employment in Carpi of the professionals already in service in Baggiovara, with an appropriately adequate workforce to guarantee continuity of the healthcare service levels (it is already foreseen the implementation of the SDGs).

Both key elements of the reorganization plan, presented yesterday afternoon to representatives of the trade unions of the province of Modena and this morning to healthcare workers, are aimed at raising the safety levels of workers and patients.

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