St. Erik Eye Hospital has relocated into the rapidly growing life science area in Hagastaden, Solna, near Karolinska University Hospital and Karolinska Institutet
CEO Anders Boman describes a brand new eye hospital with ambition to become an engine of a centre of excellence where business, academia and healthcare providers work together.
Relocating to new premises in the rapidly growing life science area in Hagastaden will give St. Erik even greater opportunities to provide patients with Sweden’s best ophthalmology care.
St. Erik's new premises guarantee a higher level of sterilisation and improved patient safety with new cutting-edge washer disinfectors and specially designed lifts to separate clean and used goods.
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