We are the reference hospital in the Marina Alta by our dimensions, our infrastructure, our know-how, our professionals, the techniques that we apply, the technology that we use and how carefully we treat you.
The Hospital in Denia is a center of recent construction, with a wide portfolio of services. The Centre is at the forefront of facilities and patients’ care.
The Hospital in Denia is located in a strategic, 100 kilometers equidistant spot between the cities of Alicante, Valencia and the Balearic Islands. This, combined with the amount of floating population and foreign residents, compels us to maintain a portfolio of services proper to a reference center.
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Excellent healthcare and service
Excellent nursing teams provide care from the 6 controls stations distributed between two hospitalization floors. Outcomes in patient satisfaction almost reaches excellence with scores close to 100%.
Cares also have a very positive impact as far as the patients’ safety is concerned. Thanks to our Electronic Clinical Record, ECR, and the cutting-edge technology we use such as the Pyxis system, nursing staff applies excellent quality and safety standards upon patients.
The medicines prescribed by the physician not only are automated and loaded in the ECR, but we have also introduced a drug alert system to possible drugs incompatibilities.
Spacious and bright spaces
Denia Hospital has been designed thinking in people. Many times our patients tell us that “it is a hospital that does not look like or smell like a hospital” and, with this purpose we have planned and endowed the Center with varied contents.
One of the initiatives that we are most proud of is that we have been pioneers in Spain in the humanization of health spaces, with the art project cuidArt. In the image below you can see a detail of the sculpture of one of the artists of the DKV Art and Health Collection, Pamen Pereira. The master piece is called the “DNA of love“.
Architecture and its sustainability are also part of a concept of respect to the environment and social responsibility; so the interior courtyards, in addition to providing freshness and feeling of spaciousness, are formed by autochthonous species and artificial turf.
Denia’s Hospital offers spacious glazed rooms bathed by natural light. It is an architecturally excellent building, designed to optimize energy and offer additional comfort to its patients. In fact the Center received the A Plus Health architecture award little after its inauguration.
Art workshops for patients
Continuing with the idea of humanizing health spaces trough the cuid’Art project, in order to liven up the hospital stay of chronical patients a full art program has been designed around workshops for patients, ranging from painting, to mural interventions, music therapy or theatre.