30 September 2019
News coming from Vivavoce: the company has signed a strategic partnership with the Fatebenefratelli Sacco social health authority in Milan, to extend and further improve the quality of services offered.
The collection has exceeded €100,000 in adhesions.
Thanks to the agreement, the doctors of the hospital will be able to provide services at the Vivavoce centre for phoniatric examinations. This means that Vivavoce will be able to offer a greater number and higher quality of services in the field of voice rehabilitation and potentially reach more patients, thanks also to the central location of the Milan office.
"This collaboration - explained Giovanni Muscarà, founder of the Centro Medico Vivavoce and creator of the MRM-S Method - will allow us to add to the quality of services offered, with an increasingly structured choice of professionals. We also expect, given the centrality of the Milan office with respect to the main metropolitan arteries, to expand the catchment area and facilitate access to people from all over Italy and beyond".
The partnership with ASST Fatebenefrattelli Sacco is just one of the strategic partnerships that Vivavoce intends to develop in order to consolidate the authority of the center as a reference point for the treatment of stuttering.
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