University Hospital de Navarra Pamplona
About the hospital
University Hospital de Navarra Pamplona is a famous huge university clinic with the most significant technological potential in Spain, concentrated in one institution and contributing to the country's most important number of clinical trials. The strategic association between the clinic, Cima University and the Navarra Health Research Institute ensure that scientific knowledge flow through biomedical research. Since 1962, this partnership has allowed offering new opportunities for high-quality treatment and rapid patient recovery in the most popular areas of oncology, cardiology, and genetics. The clinic staff is highly dedicated to their work and understands their patients' needs, providing round-the-clock care and exceptional attention to detail.
The hospital has 400 beds and serves 140,000 patients a year. In addition, 50 specialized separate and 10 technical centres operate on the territory, including a certified radiopharmaceutical laboratory, a centre of excellence in obesity surgery and the integration of oncology and palliative medicine. In addition, the Hospital de Navarra recently opened a genomics department that uses microarrays. Furthermore, 15 high-tech operating rooms and adult and pediatric intensive care units are available for patients. This unique fact minimizes waiting periods, avoids unnecessary trips, maximizes patient comfort and ensures personalized and quality patient care.
Supplies available at the clinic include the da Vinci robotic system, magnetic resonance machines, CT scanners, hemodynamics and electrophysiology room, interventional radiology rooms, and PET and Elekta linear accelerators. Also, during treatment, the central navigation systems Rhythmia, Carto and Precision are actively used to perform the most complex cardiology procedures. The clinic's proton therapy unit is the first located in a cancer treatment centre in Spain and is equipped with an exclusive Hitachi synchrotron, a technological device that generates the lowest amount of secondary radiation. Furthermore, the radiopharmaceutical department of the clinic is the only one in Spain capable of synthesizing and applying 20 different radiopharmaceuticals. Many technologies and capabilities allow for very advanced and accurate early diagnosis of images in various pathologies, especially tumours. As a result, hospital de Navarra in Pamplona was the first Spanish centre to receive JCI accreditation and was evaluated as the best Spanish private hospital according to El Monitor de Reputation Sanitaria and OCU and one of the 50 best hospitals in the world by Newsweek magazine and MERCO index. With the clinic's support, the "CUN Accompanies you" program has been implemented, which directs the solidarity of individuals and companies to provide personalized care to patients who have a gestation with a poor prognosis or with genetic or chromosomal changes.
The most popular directions of the multidisciplinary clinic are the treatment of oncological and genetic diseases. However, the hospital's professional staff does not limit itself and provides care in cardiology, gastroenterology, general and palliative medicine, endocrinology and metabolic disorders, and conducts international research. For almost 50 years, the hospital has remained on the top lists in Spain and leads the world's leading positions.
Should I choose the University Hospital de Navarra Pamplona for benign prostatic hyperplasia?
The clinic is considered the best hospital in Spain to treat prostate diseases. Thanks to the latest minimally invasive technology of Green Laser KTP vaporization, excellent treatment results are achieved in 1 day of stay in the clinic without bleeding and extreme traumatization.
Does the medical centre offer cancer treatment?
The hospital offers various oncological and immune treatments, including the most recent and most effective haematopoietic stem cell transplantation. The decision on the feasibility of treatment is made in less than a day, thanks to powerful diagnostic equipment.
What are treatments for Parkinson's disease available in the clinic?
Doctors offer surgical and conservative treating Parkinson's disease. One of the non-invasive treatment methods is HIFU, which is performed thanks to the most advanced model of high-intensity ultrasound, does not require prior preparation and is completed in 1 hospital day.
What are the main areas of specialization in the hospital?
The clinic has been a leader in treating cancer and genetic diseases for over 50 years. In addition, cardiologists, endocrinologists, gastroenterologists and orthopedists also offer innovative complex treatments according to world standards.
About the city
Pamplona is the capital and a thriving agricultural centre of the independent region of Navarra in Spain. The city is found on the west bank of the Arga River in the fertile region of La Cuenca. The population is almost 200,000 people. The area around the city is mountainous. The highest mountain in the area is Peтa Yzaga, the foothills of the Pyrenees at an altitude of 1,353 meters. The cityscape is characterized by a large and well-preserved citadel and a large cathedral.
The town has a rich history that has left numerous monuments to remember. The medieval centre, La Navarreria, is dominated by a cathedral, mostly French Gothic of the 14th century, but with romanesque remains and a neoclassical facade. Also notable is the 13th-century Gothic church in the old San Saturnino district, the House of Accounts from 1364 and the Provincial Deputation with the General Archives of Navarre next door. The centre of Pamplona, combining the old with the new, is the Plaza del Castillo with its portico. The town has a variety of museums and higher education institutions. The wide streets are filled with delicious restaurants and entertainment. But the main tourist attraction is the Fiesta de San Fermín, described in Ernest Hemingway's novel The Sun Also Rises (1926). Starting on July 6th, the eve of the saint's feast day, the fiesta continues until the 14th, with daily bullfights preceded each morning by the bulls "running" through the streets behind crowds of dodging men and boys.
The city's ancient crafts-making bellows, sandals, rope, and pottery coexist with the production of metal, kitchenware, spirits, paper, chemicals, flour milling and sugar. Industrialization created a suburban belt of factories and workers' housing. In addition to its regional industrial importance, Pamplona is a vital communication hub between Spain and France. Pamplona is also famous for the University Hospital de Navarra Pamplona, which, in collaboration with the Cima University (Center for Applied Medical Research) and the Navarra Health Research Institute (IDISNA), is an advanced medical centre and research centre in Spain, internationally recognized.
The romantic city is worthy of mention in famous novels because great history, Spanish passion, world scientific activity and great popularity among tourists are combined here.