Thanks to Fondazione Medicina a Misura di Donna, inside Sant'Anna Hospitaly, gardens continue to bloom.
On the 16th of January two new family-rooms in Neonatology Small Pathology, directed by Prof. Bertino, are the protagonists.
Both rooms are created to 'train' families for home autonomy after the neonatal intensive care of their children.
Doctors have chosen to continue with the artistic project's narrative of Sophie Mühlmann: blooming magnolias.
A message in continuity with the work of the Cantiere dell'Arte designed and conducted by the Education Department of the Castello di Rivoli that, with the metaphor of the garden, dear to every culture, with which it was re-meaning an entire block of the Hospital through the mobilization of over 2000 people, primarily students and managers in training, in taking care of the common good.