Outpatient Appointments: Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm
Clinical Analysis: Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm
Saturday from 9 to 12am
Automatic appointment pick-up point
We have available an appointment pick-up point that allow you to avoid waiting lines and register your arrival automatically
CAFETERIA AND RESTAURANT
These facilities are located on the ground floor of the hospital and have the following opening hours: Cafeteria, from Monday to Friday from 7 am to 8 pm and from 9 am to 4 pm on weekends and holidays. Restaurant, from Monday to Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm.
Consult with Client Care regarding this service. It is a service external to the hospital.
The Hospital Sanitas CIMA does not have its own chapel but 20 metres from the centre is the church of San Odón, which holds mass several times a day. If the patient would like religious services they should consult with the nursing staff.
À LA CARTE MENU FOR AUTHORISED PATIENTS
If your diet allows you to do so, the Hospital CIMA offers you the possibility of choosing between three starters and three main courses at lunch and dinner.
The hospital has 264 car park spaces. The car park does not belong to the hospital but is located on floors -2, -3 and -4 of the same building.
The Hospital CIMA has free Wi-Fi and TV.
The reward for a job well done is the recognition of the effort of a whole team that works each day
to offer you maximum quality. Evidence of this is the fact that the centre is one of the first hospitals in Spain to
obtain the strictest and most recognised seal of excellence in the world.
The Sanitas hospitals La Zarzuela and La Moraleja have obtained the Joint Commission International accreditation, the most rigorous and recognised certification of excellence in the world, areas such as care, specialisation, research and training are highlighted.
The Institute for Development and Integration of Health (IDIS, for the Spanish acronym) awarded Sanitas Hospitals the QH certification with its maximum standard, 3 stars. This distinction demonstrates the effort that each medical centre and professional of Sanitas Hospitals makes every day to ensure that the care received by patients and relatives reaches the highest levels of quality.
This international standard promotes the adoption of a focus based on processes when developing, establishing and improving the efficiency of a quality management system, in turn based on the PDCA continual improvement cycle (Plan, Do, Check, Act).
This is the highest distinction and rating awarded to a company for its management systems, which guarantees our ultimate objective of attaining customer satisfaction.
The purpose of this verification is to ensure, independently, that the declaration made relating to greenhouse gas emissions, through the drafted emissions report, is complete. In the Quality section, you can access the full report.
This standard sets the ments that an Energy Management System must meet, in order to make continual and systematic improvements to the energy efficiency of organisations.
The EFQM European Excellence 500+ is the highest distinction and rating awarded to a company for its management systems, which guarantees our ultimate objective of attaining customer satisfaction.
The adoption of a universal accessibility management system guarantees all people, regardless of their age or disability, the same opportunities to access any part of the constructed environment and to use and enjoy the services rendered therein with the greatest autonomy possible.
This certification structures the environmental aspects produced in each of the activities we develop. It promotes environmental protection and the prevention of pollution.
This is the maximum level of this certification which had not previously been attained by any hospital. The recognition is the first common unit of measurement of care quality at ...
The company has made a total investment of 3,054,000 euros. It is equipped with a cutting-edge neonatal ICU with a breastfeeding area, three delivery rooms and a caesarean ...