Niño Jesús Children’s University Hospital
Niño Jesus Children’s University Hospital is considered the birthplace of pediatrics in Spain. This pediatric healthcare center has been a national reference from its foundation in 1877. Scientific and research work, endorsed by the prestige of the professionals who perform the best clinical practice, has been strengthened over the past two years with the launch of the Foundation for Biomedical Research of the Niño Jesús Children’s University Hospital.
Reina Sofía University Hospital
Reina Sofia University Hospital has 8 healthcare centers, 42 clinical management units and over 5.000 healthcare professionals globally. The hospital is involved in a vast number of research projects. Biomedical research is carried out in collaboration with Cordoba’s Maimonides Institute for Biomedical Research (IMIBIC).
Clara Campal Integral Oncology Centre (CIOCC)
The Clara Campal Integral Oncology Centre (HM CIOCC), which belongs to HM Sanchinarro University Hospital brings a new concept of cancer treatment which is unique in Spain and is considered an international benchmark through its multidisciplinary, comprehensive and personalized medical assistance.
The center enjoys the use of the most advanced technology of diagnostic imaging, with 64 slices scan, 3T closed MRI, top notch ‘open’ MRI, intraoperative resonance, Da Vinci chirurgic system of robotic assistance, PET-CT, nuclear medicine and prone table mammography, providing maximal accuracy in the definition of all types of tumors.
Madrid’s Association of Hematology and Hemotherapy (AMHH)
The mission of the AMHH is to safeguard and contribute to the proper development of Hematology and Hemotherapy in Spain. It’s activities are focused on raising the professional, teaching and research level of its specialists and, therefore, on the continuous improvement of the quality of care that hematologist give to their patients every day.
12 Octubre Hospital
Nowadays, the 12 Octubre Hospital is one of the most prestigious healthcare centers, nationally and internationally, thanks to its technologic equipment, facilities and work developed by more than 6.000 professionals. This recognition comes not only from its work in care, but also in teaching and research.
Virgen del Rocío Hospital
The Virgen del Rocío Hospital has seven healthcare centers, three industrial buildings, two administrative centers, a management pavilion and a mental health area, consisting of thirteen units.
It belongs to the Andalusian public health system and it is a third level hospital that covers the cities of Sevilla and Huelva. Provided with a portfolio of high complexity services this hospital stands out because of the recent incorporation of state-of-the-art technology.