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English-Speaking Medical Advocates in Tuscany and the Ivy League eyes Florence As Medical campus site for Princeton and Harvard

Foreign nationals living or visiting Florence and surrounding areas will now be able to benefit from the first ever English-speaking medical assistance service in the city.

As of September 2008, Florence Medical Assistance, or EMC2, in country medical care for internationals in and around Florence located on Via Michele Mercati, 59r, EMC2 is the first company to offer personalized, concierge-level, on-site coordinated care to international travelers.

Medical director and CEO, Kevin M. Ban, MD, boasts years of experience in Tuscany. He currently serves as director of the Tuscan Emergency Medical Initiative, a collaboration among Harvard Medical Faculty physicians, the three university hospitals in Tuscany, and the Regional Ministry of Health. He is also director of the Meyer Pediatric Trauma Center in Florence.

Doctors working at EMC2 all work within the Italian system, are bilingual, and understand Italian medical culture and practices. EMC2’s main aim is to eliminate the cultural and language barriers separating the Italian Health care system and the non-Italian-speaking patient

For information 055-4627276

An American university campus located in Florence’s historic city centre where the Ivy League’s brightest minds can get meaningful training and conduct research in the health sector is under consideration. According to a report in the local edition of La Repubblica, representatives from Harvard, Princeton and two other Ivy League universities recently toured San Giovanni di Dio Hospital in Florence’s Borgognissanti neighbourhood.

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