The Hospital Nisa Pardo de Aravaca in Madrid has been designed to offer comprehensive medical health care to 1.5 million people who live in the Region. The modern hospital building is surrounded by grounds that ensure the bustle of the big city seems a million miles away. The Hospital Nisa Pardo de Aravaca can offer cutting-edge medical and surgical specialties and all of the latest technology.
The Nisa Pardo de Aravaca is a member of the Vithas Group, which is one of the leading private healthcare providers in Spain with 19 hospitals and 25 specialist medical centers.
The Nisa Pardo de Aravaca Hospital is pleased to treat patients from leading insurers, both those with direct policies and those with policies of the various Mutual officials.
The History of Nisa
The history of the Nisa group of hospitals can be dated back to 1967, when a group of doctors founded the Virgen del Consuelo society Clinic SA, because of the absence of private beds and quality service in Valencia. By 1991, the company had acquired the centenary Hospital San Juan de Dios, which today is fully refurbished and is known as Hospital Nisa Valencia Sea.
The name of Clinical Virgen del Consuelo SA was changed in 1992 to Nisa, New Investment Services SA and by 1993 the NISA Group was acknowledged as a leader in its sector in Valencia, and also as one of the leading private healthcare companies in Spain. In 1998 the Group acquired Nisa Hospital Aguas Vivas, and it opened the Rey Don Jaime Nisa Hospital in Castellón.
In 2007 the Hospital Nisa Sevilla-Aljafare in Castilleja de la Cuesta and Hospital Nisa Pardo de Aravaca in Madrid were opened followed by the Brain Injury Centre Nisa Vinalopó in Elche, and the Nisa San Bernardo Medical Centre in Seville in 2012.
In 2017, all Nisa hospitals became a part of the Vithas Group.
The resources available to the Hospital Nisa Pardo de Aravaca are:
There are services that are not included in the room rate and are payable to Administration on leaving the hospital. Administration can be found on the ground floor. These services include the following:
Meals: patients may request a full menu for breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner in their room. The price of this service is EUR 23.90 plus VAT.
Television: The cost of using the TV in your room is 6.61 euros plus VAT per day.
Phone: External calls can be made by pressing 0 on the phone in your room. Wait for the tone and dial the number. The cost of the call ranges between 0.30 euros and 0.08 euros.
Parking: There is free public parking at the Hospital.
Coffee Shop: on the first floor the coffee shop has an a la carte restaurant and bar. It is closed overnight. Patients and visitors may make free use of the vending machines for food and drink.
Portfolio of Services
Diagnostic Imaging / Radiology
Preparation for Childbirth and Maternal Education
UCI paediatric / neonatal
Address and Contacts
Hospital Nisa Pardo de Aravaca
La Salle, 12 (ER down the street Ganymede)
28023 Madrid (Madrid)
Useful Phone Numbers
Tel. 91 512 90 00
Tel. 91 512 90 26
Fax. 91 307 95 10
The main hospital entrance is on the street La Salle. The ER is down Ganymede street (running perpendicular to ac / La Salle).
From Madrid by bus: Take bus: # 161 Station Moncloa-Aravaca (Cross). Stop opposite the Hospital. Stop Name: La Salle Blanche of Castile. Stop number: 3467.
The bus # 162 Neighborhood-Moncloa stops at Cº Zarzuela-Blanche of Castile 3468 about 200 meters from the Hospital.
Intercity buses from Moncloa: 657, 657A. Dock 11.
By car from Madrid: Find the NIV (Highway Coruña) and take exit 10. At the roundabout, take the first Shengli and join Blanche of Castile street. At the roundabout take the third exit c / La Salle.
September 11, 2017