Hospital Santa Izabel

District General Hospital | Aracaju, Brazil

Hospital description

The hospital was founded in 1862, when it was decided to transform a school into a hospital called the Charity Hospital. In October 1900, the direction and administration of the Charity Hospital, changed its name to St. Elizabeth Hospital and initially had 22 beds. On September 30, 1924, The Association of Charity Aracaju, took over the management of the Hospital changing the name to Santa Isabel. Over the years new departments emerged:Dr. John Firpo Maternity hospital in 1957, Children’s Hospital Dr. José Machado de Souza in 1970, Emergency Unit in 2002 and currently a new Surgical Centres for ICU being built.


Hospital type District General Hospital
Local language Portuguese
Funding Status NGO/Charity


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