The Italian medical profession is a complex one, with over 50,000 registered doctors and almost 3,000 medical schools.
A large number of medical schools and specialisation centres operate across Italy.
The Italian Medical School of Naples, for example, is one of the world’s largest and the oldest.
It was founded in 1585 by a Roman Catholic priest and its current president is a Jesuit priest.
It is the third oldest institution of its kind in Europe, having been founded in 1462.
It is currently the largest medical school in Europe with about 600 students, according to the Medical School Directory website.
It has more than 50,500 students and it has a total of more than 5,000 clinical positions, according the Medical Schools Directory.
The school’s main campus is in Naples.
The campus is also home to a major health-care centre, the Hospital della Sospita in Naples and a primary school.
The medical school also has two centres in the area of physical and cognitive medicine.
It also has several teaching centres in other areas such as psychiatry, dentistry, gastroenterology, obstetrics and gynecology, as well as specialising in psychiatry and pediatrics.
The university, which is the main provider of medical courses in Italy, offers several specialisations.
It offers its students a variety of medical training in a variety the countries in Europe.
There are three separate specialisations for students: medical sciences, physical sciences and physical therapy.
Medical students are also given a number of elective certificates, including one in orthopedics and another in paediatrics.
These certificates are given by the university’s governing body.
The main campus in Naples is home to one of Italy’s biggest health-services centres.
The Hospital dell’Italia is a tertiary health-service centre and offers care to over 10,000 patients in three facilities.
It currently has a capacity of about 1,500 patients.
The medical centre is in the heart of Naples and the campus is well connected with the rest of the town.
The Medical School in Rome is one the oldest in Europe and was founded by the Jesuits in 1515.
It serves a population of around 10,500 people.
The college has three main campuses: St Francis Xavier, in Rome’s historic centre, Rome, and the St Peter’s Church, in nearby Modena.
Both of these colleges offer their students a range of medical and dental training in Italy.
The Rome campus is home, according a list of the colleges on the Medical schools Directory website, to the Faculty of Medicine, a medical university.
The St Peter is also the home of the Hospital of St Peter, a Catholic medical institute that provides medical services to around 10 million people.
The University of Naples also offers its medical students an option for a degree in pharmacy.
The university’s students receive a degree of pharmacy degree at the age of 17, and they can complete their degree at a further age.
The School of Medicine of Turin is a public institution that has a campus in Turin and a specialised hospital in Turini, about 30 kilometres (19 miles) north of the capital.
It specializes in pediatrics, respiratory care and internal medicine.
The School of Surgery and Pharmacology is located in Turina and is part of the University of Turino.
The Hospital of Turini has a specialise in paediatric medicine.
It has been home to the medical college since the 1930s, according an article on the University Health Service website.
The Royal College of Physicians of London, which has about 400 graduates, offers a wide range of programmes in both general medicine and general surgery.
It specialises in general surgery and paediatrics and offers courses in both the UK and in Italy as well.
The College of Surgeons in the United Kingdom offers a variety or elective courses for medical students.
These include medical schools, training courses and medical residencies.
It says that it is home of two specialises: general surgery, and general pediatrics and is in London.
The College of Royal Surgeons, in the U.K., has more courses in general medicine than any other speciality.
The United Kingdom’s National Health Service offers medical courses for its medical graduates as well, and is home for about 800 medical students, said the UK National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
It also offers specialised medical training for British citizens and permanent residents.
The Medical Schools Council of Ireland offers its graduates medical courses and specialisations in a range to include pediatrics in Ireland and surgery in Ireland.
The British Medical Association is home in Dublin.
The International School of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine is located on the grounds of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in London and offers an undergraduate and postgraduate degree.
The British Medical School has more medical graduates than any British medical school outside of the U of I. The program has a focus on surgical special