The Santa Croce Clinic is arranged on several levels, three of which are used to accommodate the inpatient rooms, all equipped with room service and TV.

First and Second Floor

The first and second floors accommodate patients with basic insurance in double or single rooms facing the lake. On both floors there are also some rooms (double or single) facing the mountain.

On the first floor is the Clinic’s Protected Ward, which can accommodate up to seven patients in four rooms. The ward is intended for compulsory or voluntary patients requiring high medical and nursing supervision. The stay in the ward is limited to the time necessary to restore a clinical picture suitable for transfer to the open wards of the facility.

Third Floor

The third floor of the Clinic accommodates patients with supplementary insurance or patients who decide to bear the costs privately for a service in addition to the basic coverage, as well as patients from abroad.
In the department the rooms are all facing the lake and have a surface area of between 20 and 35 square metres. They are also all equipped with TV, HiFi system and a large area for relaxation. Access to the floor is reserved for authorised patients only.