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  • We speak English

    A team of outstanding English Speaking Doctors in Rome and dedicated staff available 24/7. Contact us online!

     

    We provide clear information.

    Our fees are on the website, no surprise medical bills! We accept all credit cards, online payments and we can bill directly many international insurances.

     

    We provide urgent care.

    Same day appointments at our clinic in Rome, house calls, walk-in hours and hospital assistance. We respect your time!

     

    We help everyone.

    We are professional and non-judgemental. We will be helpful whatever your gender, age, race, religion or sexual orientation.

     

     

     

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