Infoclip: Acquisition of equipment in hospitals - Recovery and Resilience Facility - Madrid (Spain)


The Recovery and Risilience Facility (RRF) is a temporary instrument that is the centrepiece of NextGenerationEU funds - the EU’s plan to emerge stronger and more resilient from the current crisis. Spain has received 69.5 million euros from these funds, becoming the EU Member State receiving the most funds. The country has invested 796 million euros of the RRF in the acquistion of high-tech equipment in hospitals for the recovery of the National Health System under the Investment Plan for High-Tech Equipment (INVEAT). The incorporation of the equipment has made it possible to improve the diagnostic safety for patients, especially in cardiovascular imaging and nuclear medicine. This infoclip illustrates new equipment purchased at the Hospital Clínico San Carlos in Madrid, financed with the RRF: a MRI, two Spectral CT and an angiography.


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