Hospital Infanta Cristina, Parla
Madrid, Spain. 2008
Developer: Servicio Madrileño de Salud
Administrative Concession: Testa / Sacyr / Valoriza
Project and supervision of projectss: EACSN S.L.
Structural: Berra Ingenieros
Design and supervision of electro-mechanical: Ghesa
Budget: 74,6 M €
Built area: 69.900 m2
Completion date: February 2008
Hospital promoted by the Comunidad de Madrid, in the form of concession of construction and non-medical services (Public Private Partnership), so that the Servicio Madrileño de Salud provides only the medical and nursing staff.
The hospital responds to the need of bringing health assistance closer to the population, avoiding trips to the referral hospital that were mandatory before.
The hospital is solved in three assistance floors plus a basement for services, arranged in blocks open to the exterior and large patios. The flat site permits a horizontal scheme with constant section. In the basement there is parking space for 800 vehicles.
Modular dimension and the layout of main circulation corridors, with a clear separation of public and internal circulations, permit future changes of use and extensions.