Research and treatment of child cancer in Brazil

Nov 23, 2012

Annual Report 2011

Anual Report 2011 - Audited by KPMG
Anual Report 2011 - Audited by KPMG

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Last year, we had a cost of approximately R$ 63.5 million (US$ 30.2 million) to keep the hospital. There were approximately 23,000 medical consultations, 49 bone marrow transplants (average cost of US$ 250/patient), 17,000 chemotherapies and 40 research. Our occupancy rate was almost 90%, it made us accelerate the delivery of hospital expansion.

Being a Brazilian hospital, in addition to the research and development of new profiisionais makes treating cases of high complexity. This focus makes our costs are extremely high.

75% of our children are from other hospitals across Latin America and 90% with no health insurance.

We are audited by KPMG. It is a great honor for our institution to have this transparency with Brazil and the world.

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Tammy Allersdorfer

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo Brazil

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