Location: Madrid – Spain
Built area: 237,523 m2
Promoter: Madrid Health Service – University Hospital Ramon y Cajal
Architects: Francesc Pernas, Roger Pernas and Bernat Gato
Contributors: Antares Consulting
University Hospital Ramon y Cajal, with 1000 beds, is one of the main centres of reference. The object of this implantation study is the analysis of the physical and economic viability of the new hospital model that is presented in the new Functional Plan, prepared by the Community of Madrid, facilitating the necessary tools to start the process of reflection and taking decisions that affect the future development of the centre.
It is therefore imperative a model of a modern hospital, avant-garde and innovative, and for this reason, demanding with the comfort of patients, families and professionals. The configuration of the spaces should respond to functionality and the routes must be optimized with the objective of reaching maximum values, both of the quality and effectiveness of the activity care.