The MQ Centre is located in Reus, Tarragona and is owned by Grup Sagessa who are leaders in primary health care, social care and education in the Catalunya region.
The MQ Centre was formerly known as the Clinica Fabregas and occupies a former warehouse in the city, which was first built in 1914 and bombed during the Spanish Civil War. The building still retains many of its existing Arabic features.
In 1945, Dr. Josep Anton Montpeó Fabregas founded the Sagessa Group and in 1998 the group took over the management of the MQ Centre, which is now run with many of the core values first established by Dr. Fabregas.
Today, the hospital has become the benchmark for private health care in the Catalunya region and offers a very wide range of general medical treatments, surgical specialties, rehabilitation, outpatient care and a 24 hour emergency service.
Although the original MQ Centre building was first erected in 1914, the building today has undergone total renovation and modernisation and boasts very clean and comfortable facilities.
Each room has a private bathroom, TV, telephone and free WiFi internet access.
Visiting hours are from 8am to 9pm with visitors under the age of 12 years not recommended.
Please make sure that you leave any jewellery and valuables prior to your stay as the hospital cannot be held responsible for any loss.
There are food and drink dispensers throughout the hospital for light refreshments.
The MQ Centre is available to Sanitas health insurance policy holders.
Hospital Facilities and Services
Address and Contacts
Carrer d'Antoni Gaudí, 26
Tel: +34 977 01 08 00
How to Get There
Updated: February 17, 2021 CET