Hospital do Subúrbio
Country of Operation
Target income level
- Bottom 20%
- Lower-middle income (20-40%)
- Middle-income (40-60%)
- Emergency care
- Primary care
- Secondary/tertiary care
SummaryThe Hospital do Suburbio (HS) is the first public private partnership in the healthcare sector in Brazil. The PPP was enabled by the International Finance Corporation (World Bank) and the government of the state of Bahia. HS started its operations on November 14, 2010.
Key program components
The facilities are expected to serve 200 people daily, and 50% of its 268 beds are reserved for hospitalization (overnight stay). The practices offered by the hospital are:
General surgery for adults and children
Orthopedics and trauma
Semi and intensive care unit for adults and children.
HS also has an image center, x-ray machines, ultrasound, magnetic resonance, endoscopy, and electrocardiogram. In addition to these, it has its own pathology lab, sterilization center, pharmacy, clinic engineering, physiotherapy, nutrition, and logistic center.
The risk rating is a way to set the priority in patient care, according to the severity of the case:
Red level - rating for the patient in a state of emergency with imminent risk of death.
Yellow level - refers to the patient who has severe suffering due to disease.
Level Green - directed to the patient presenting less severe disease.
Blue level - The patient "blue" is one that has symptoms and signs of minor illness.
- IFCForeign aid agency or multilateral organization