General information

About the project

Project title: “Improving health-care services through innovative RO-HU surgical ideas”
Priority axis PA4 – improving medical services
Project duration: 30 months
Development period: 01.01.2020 – 30.06.2022


Total budget: 2,935,100 Eur
Co-financing source: ERDF
ERDF budget: EUR 2.494.835 (85%)

Project partners

“Pius Brînzeu” County Emergency Clinical Hospital Timișoara

In more than 40 years of activity, the County Emergency Hospital “Pius Brinzeu” in Timisoara has provided and developed complex, high-performance services, always seeking to meet the needs of citizens of Timis County, while providing services to citizens in neighboring counties.

In the current socio-economic context and in the perspective of the Development Strategy of Timiș County, the “Pius Brinzeu” County Emergency Hospital in Timișoara intends to become an important pole of action and development. The projects proposed to the Timiș County Council for 2018 are part of this important objective for the Timiș County community. The context of the proposal for these projects is intended to be integrated into the current international context of promoting and respecting human rights, social inclusion and gender equality. During the activity of the hospital, one of the most important achievements is the Center for Genetic and Cellular Therapies in the Treatment of Cancer (OncoGen), namely a research center of the main applicant. It was built with European financial support through structural funds; call POSCEE-A2-O2.21-2009-4. The general objective of the center is to increase the quality and efficiency of research and development in the medical field in order to improve the health of the population and to promote economic competitiveness among biotechnology producers. The main areas of interest are: Advanced cancer therapies – Tumor cell biology; Regenerative medicine – The study of adult stem cells; Health and environmental factors; Immunotherapy.

Szeged University of medicine

The University successfully coordinates activities related to health care in the fields of research and development, clinical and pharmacological examinations, basic and continuous training in medical disciplines and patient therapy.

In addition to the tasks related to theoretical and practical education offered to general practitioners and specialists, the clinics provide inpatient and outpatient care for approximately 400,000 patients in the southern Great Plain region.