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Hospital Universitario La Zarzuela
Pleyades25, 28023 Madrid
91 585 80 00
Hospital Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm
Monday to Friday from 7am to 8.30pm
Saturday from 8.00 to 12.0
Approximate waiting times
in Accident and Emergency:
WE MAKE YOUR HEALTH OUR PRIORITY
Today it is perfectly safe to come to hospital and it is always better to come today than tomorrow.
A respiratory distress may be due to coronavirus or any other germ, so it is safer to check it to see if treatment is necessary.
The hospital is a safe place if we all respect safety measures, wear masks, wash our hands and keep our distance.
The Thousand Grams of Dignity exhibition visits Sanitas' La Moraleja and La Zarzuela university hospitals.
Sanitas Hospitals centres welcome the exhibition to bring the population closer to the world of prematurity on World Prematurity Day.The exhibition will be available in the ...
Sanitas' La Moraleja and La Zarzuela university hospitals obtain the Joint Commission International recognition
This recognition is considered the gold standard in global care within the hospital sphere.The Sanitas hospitals are the only two in Madrid to hold this distinction, including ...
The Hospital Universitario Sanitas La Zarzuela has cared for over 11 million people and has become one of the best hospitals in Spain
Since its opening in 1985, the hospital has boasted the leading medical professionals in each specialist area. This year, the centre has obtained the Joint Commission ...
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 Gold Seal of Approval® is a registered trademark owned by Joint Commission International and is used with permission.
The Institute for the Development and Integration of Health (IDIS, for the Spanish acronym) awarded Sanitas Hospitals the QH certification with its maximum level of 3 stars. This distinction shows the effort that every medical centre and professional at Sanitas Hospitals makes each day to ensure that the care given to patients and relatives reaches the highest levels of quality.
This international standard promotes the adoption of a process-based focus when developing, implementing and improving the efficiency of a quality management system, based in turn on the PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) continuous improvement cycle.
This is the highest rating awarded to a company for its management systems, which guarantees our ultimate objective of providing client satisfaction.
The purpose of this verification is to ensure, independently, that the declaration made relating to greenhouse gas emissions, through the emissions report drafted, is complete. In the Quality section, you can access the full report.
This certification establishes the ments for an Energy Management System, in order to make continuous and systematic improvements in terms of the energy performance of organisations.
The EFQM European Excellence 500+ is the highest rating awarded to a company for its management systems, which guarantees our ultimate objective of providing customer satisfaction.
The adoption of a Universal Accessibility Management Systemguarantees all persons, regardless of age or disability, the same possibilities to access any part of the constructed environment and to use and enjoy the services provided therein with the maximum possible autonomy.
This certification standardises the environmental aspects of each of the activities we develop. It promotes environmental protection and pollution prevention.
The initiative for the humanization of assistance at birth and breastfeeding (BFHI)is a strategy launched to encourage health professionals to adopt practices that protect, promote and support exclusive breastfeeding from birth.