Vicenza's New Birthing Center

Fioto, Lou
June 2006
Soldiers;Jun2006, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p36
This article features the construction of the Dr. Frank V. Benincaso Mother and Infant Pavilion by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Vicenza, Italy in 2006. The facility is an assurance of a continuity of U.S.-standard health care. The importance of the facility to expectant mothers is stated. In addition, this article cites the medical services being offered by the facility.


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