Hospital de torrejon de ardoz

Hospital de torrejon de ardoz

Hospital henaresgeneral hospital in coslada, spain

It will have 105 beds, 7 operating rooms, 2 labor, delivery and neonatal recovery units, a complete outpatient and emergency area. It will cover all levels of assistance, from basic care needs to highly complex services.
The mayor stressed that “this new hospital center will benefit all Torrejoneros by unloading and relieving the current Hospital Universitario de Torrejón, reducing waiting times for the most demanded emergencies and medical specialties, improving and streamlining its management”.
The new hospital will share its portfolio of services with the new Quirónsalud Valle del Henares-Alcalá de Henares Medical Center, thus providing it with the necessary synergies to function as a healthcare complex and offer patients a comprehensive healthcare solution.

Hospital universitario del henares

It was inaugurated on September 21, 2011 and is part of the Eastern Assistance Directorate of the SERMAS, together with the Príncipe de Asturias University Hospital in Alcalá de Henares and the Ramón y Cajal Hospital in Madrid.
This health center has 250 beds, 10 operating rooms, a radiotherapy unit, 10 labor and delivery rooms, 16 dialysis stations, 83 emergency care stations, among other facilities, distributed over an area of 60,000 m².
It has access through the A-2, as well as three bus lines of the concessionary company ALSA, the urban 1 Circular A/B, which has its terminal at the hospital, and the interurban 224 (Avenida de América-Torrejón de Ardoz) and 251, with three daily services from Monday to Friday to Daganzo and Ribatejada. The Soto del Henares Station, on Avenida de Jorge Oteiza, is five minutes from the hospital, and is connected to the Madrid C-2 and C-7 commuter train lines.

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It was inaugurated on September 21, 2011 and is part of the Eastern Assistance Directorate of the SERMAS, together with the Hospital Universitario Príncipe de Asturias de Alcalá de Henares and the Hospital Ramón y Cajal de Madrid.
This health center has 250 beds, 10 operating rooms, a radiotherapy unit, 10 labor and delivery rooms, 16 dialysis stations, 83 emergency care stations, among other facilities, distributed over an area of 60,000 m².
It has access through the A-2, as well as three bus lines of the concessionary company ALSA, the urban 1 Circular A/B, which has its terminal at the hospital, and the interurban 224 (Avenida de América-Torrejón de Ardoz) and 251, with three daily services from Monday to Friday to Daganzo and Ribatejada. The Soto del Henares Station, on Avenida de Jorge Oteiza, is five minutes from the hospital, and is connected to the Madrid C-2 and C-7 commuter train lines.

Southeast hospital

The hospital’s Assembly Hall has been reconverted to guarantee the safety of all patients, housing one of the mass vaccination points of the Community of Madrid. Sixteen vaccination posts have been set up to inoculate up to 68 doses per hour. In addition, there is a waiting room where patients stay for fifteen minutes under the supervision of nurses before leaving the center, to check that there are no adverse effects of the vaccine.
In Primary Care, the nursing professionals administer an average of 28,000 doses per day, with the support of the administrative staff of the Customer Service Units in the management of telephone appointments, as well as the other professionals involved in the immunization process against the coronavirus.