Corriere della Sera, 4th October 2013: Hospitals in Milan at top levels for assistance and care
‘According to latest data, San Raffaele is a centre of excellence, due to top-level scientific research. (…) San Raffaele is still the best Italian hospital for the quality of assistance”.


Avvenire, 21st January 2015: The relaunch of Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele
‘More than 2,500 students. 85% of them graduate on time. Three years after the graduation, 90% of those who studied to become healthcare professionals has a job. This is the evidence of the rebirth of San Raffaele university and hospital. (…) San Raffaele combines scientific research, assistance and education and proves to be at excellent levels in Europe for its educational offer and scientific research’.


Corriere della Sera, 21st May 2015: Healthcare is profitable just like fashion
‘The healthcare field can yield a return, too. Almost like fashion. (…) These are the results of the first report on private hospital groups provided by R&S Mediobanca, which took into account the 10 biggest groups in Italy. The first one is owned by Rotelli family and includes Policlinico San Donato and San Raffaele (1.4 billion income)’.


Sole 24 Ore, 21st May 2015: Here the data of the richest private hospitals
‘The holding owned by Rotelli family is the number one in Italy and has an income of 1,370 million euro. It manages 17 hospitals and is the first private healthcare group in Lombardy, including 11% of hospital beds of the region’.


Milano Finanza, 17th July 2015: San Donato consolidates its assets
‘The company manages 16 structures in Lombardy and Emilia Romagna and consolidates its role, being the most important group in Italy in the private healthcare field’.

 

Corriere della Sera, 4th October 2013: Hospitals in Milan at top levels for assistance and care
‘According to latest data, San Raffaele is a centre of excellence, due to top-level scientific research. (…) San Raffaele is still the best Italian hospital for the quality of assistance”.


Avvenire, 21st January 2015: The relaunch of Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele
‘More than 2,500 students. 85% of them graduate on time. Three years after the graduation, 90% of those who studied to become healthcare professionals has a job. This is the evidence of the rebirth of San Raffaele university and hospital. (…) San Raffaele combines scientific research, assistance and education and proves to be at excellent levels in Europe for its educational offer and scientific research’.


Corriere della Sera, 21st May 2015: Healthcare is profitable just like fashion
‘The healthcare field can yield a return, too. Almost like fashion. (…) These are the results of the first report on private hospital groups provided by R&S Mediobanca, which took into account the 10 biggest groups in Italy. The first one is owned by Rotelli family and includes Policlinico San Donato and San Raffaele (1.4 billion income)’.


Sole 24 Ore, 21st May 2015: Here the data of the richest private hospitals
‘The holding owned by Rotelli family is the number one in Italy and has an income of 1,370 million euro. It manages 17 hospitals and is the first private healthcare group in Lombardy, including 11% of hospital beds of the region’.


Milano Finanza, 17th July 2015: San Donato consolidates its assets
‘The company manages 16 structures in Lombardy and Emilia Romagna and consolidates its role, being the most important group in Italy in the private healthcare field’.