About the case

João XXIII Hospital, located in Belo Horizonte, is a state public hospital for immediate care managed by the Hospital Foundation of the State of Minas Gerais – FHEMIG. Its role is pivotal in the operationalization of the Unified Health System (SUS) at the state level, standing out for providing high-complexity care in cases of urgency and emergency.

Established in 1973, the Emergency Room originated as a spin-off from the former HPS belonging to the now-defunct FEAMUR – State Foundation for Urgent Medical Assistance. Since then, the hospital has played a crucial role as a reference and excellence center in treating patients who require special care, such as victims of multiple traumas, severe burns, severe intoxications, and clinical or surgical conditions involving imminent risk of death.

As a prominent emergency institution in Minas Gerais, João XXIII Hospital welcomes patients from the entire metropolitan region, playing a vital role in medical care. The medical and healthcare team attends to more than 450 individuals daily, providing quality care and contributing significantly to the population’s health.


To implement an access control system that caters to approximately 14,000 users of João XXIII Hospital, located in Belo Horizonte, MG. Sixty-eight proximity readers are used to ensure enhanced security in managing access for staff, companions, patients, and visitors to the facility.


  • Invenzi access control software for approximately 14,000 users and 14 simultaneous remote connections;
  • 68 proximity readers.


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