Overview

Founded in 1977 in Rio de Janeiro as Cardiolab, Rede D’Or is the largest integrated health care network in Brazil, with presence in the states of Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Pernambuco, Bahia, Maranhão, Sergipe, Ceará, Paraná, Minas Gerais, Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraíba, Alagoas and the Federal District.

Focusing on humanized care, team qualification, adoption of new technologies and expansion of care, Rede D’Or is a reference in technical quality and has 68 own hospitals, 3 managed hospitals, and 50 oncology clinics, in addition to complementary services such as blood bank, dialysis and outpatient clinics of various specialties.

Rede D’Or also invests in innovation and clinical research, through IDOR (D’Or Research and Education Institute), founded in 2010, in Rio de Janeiro. IDOR is dedicated to the generation of knowledge and training of physicians, researchers, and other health professionals, in order to contribute to the health sector for the benefit not only of the Company and other partners and supporters, but of society as a whole.

Reference in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer

Patient care is a great differential of the D’Or Oncology group, one of the most complete cancer care networks in the country. There are 50 clinics in the states of Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Pernambuco, Sergipe, Maranhão, Ceará, Bahia, Paraná, and the Federal District.

The synergy between the Rede D’Or and D’Or Oncology favors diagnosis and treatment. The continuous flow of care prevents repeated examinations and reduces the waiting time between appointments and procedures.

Robotic surgery: high technology and care

Rede D’Or also has one of the largest facilities for surgeries with the aid of robots in Brazil. There are 18 advanced robots available in 17 hospitals (CopaStar, Copa D’Or, Quinta D’Or, Barra D’Or, Clínica São Vicente, Santa Helena, DF Star, Vila NovaStar, São Luiz Itaim, São Luiz Morumbi, São Luiz Jabaquara, São Luiz Anália Franco, Hospital Brasil, São Rafael, São Lucas, Esperança Recife, and Hospital Aliança).

The technique is minimally invasive and offered in Rede D’Or for procedures in the areas of urology, gynecology, general and bariatric surgery. New areas are under development.

Principles

Of all the advances achieved by Rede D’Or, the most important was to maintain the same dedication and respect for life from the beginning until here.

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MISSION

To provide highly effective medical and hospital care, with qualified and motivated teams, respecting ethics and the individual in their social and environmental context.

VISION

To be a reference in hospital management and the provision of medical services, based on the highest technical and socio-environmental standards.

VALUES

Competence, credibility, sustainable development, humanization, integrity and respect.

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Rede D’Or in numbers

  • 68 own hospitals
  • 3 managed hospitals
  • 50 oncology clinics
  • 87 thousand accredited physicians
  • 11 thousand total beds
  • 3,9 million emergency visits
  • 3,1 million outpatient care per year
  • 363 thousand surgeries per year
  • 47,9 thousand childbirths per year
  • 2,4 million patients-day