Vithas Madrid La Milagrosa Hospital
Vithas Madrid La Milagrosa hospital has a long track record as a leading health centre. It was founded in 1944, at the initiative of the Congregation of the Mission church.
The continuous renovations of the facilities, diagnostic resources and medical-surgical treatments as part of its commitment to health innovation, as well as the effort of all those who work in it, have made Vithas Madrid La Milagrosa a leading general hospital in the Community of Madrid, with a prime location in the Chamberí neighbourhood, on Calle Modesto Lafuente, 14.
Vithas Madrid La Milagrosa offers an extensive range of services covering virtually all medical and surgical specialities, first-class technological equipment, leading diagnostic and therapeutic services and a top medical team.
Ideally located in the central Chamberí neighbourhood, Vithas Madrid La Milagrosa is a leading centre in Women’s Health (with specialities including Obstetrics and Gynaecology, a Natural Childbirth Unit and a Breast Unit), Cardiology, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Medical and Radiotherapy Oncology and Urology. Following the principle of personalised medical care, at Vithas Madrid La Milagrosa you will find a team of professionals that coordinate with each other to deliver the most excellent care to each patient.
*If you wish to contact the Pathological Anatomy Service, call the main hospital number (91 447 21 00) and press extension 510.
- Doppler ultrasound
- Nuclear medicine
- PET/CT scanner
- Magnetic resonance imaging
- Haemodynamics room
- CT scanner
The surgical unit at Vithas Madrid La Milagrosa Hospital consists of 10 operating theatres:
- 7 for major inpatient surgery
- 1 ophthalmological theatre
- 1 for minor outpatient surgery
- 1 for endoscopies (gastroscopies and colonoscopies)
The surgical unit is complemented by a new Post-Anaesthesia Recovery Unit with 5 stations and a new surgical day centre with 4 beds.
We have a surgical day hospital and a cancer day hospital.
Our constant desire for each patient admitted to feel at home is manifested in our day centre for cases in which hospital admission is not required but it is advisable to monitor the patient in an outpatient centre. The centre is a complement to follow-up for procedures that don’t require the patient to stay in hospital for more than 24 hours.
Intensive Care Unit
As a general hospital with the capacity to treat the most complex conditions, Vithas Madrid La Milagrosa Hospital has an Intensive Care Unit to treat critical patients who come to A&E, as well as surgical patients who require special follow-up.
Lunchtime: 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Afternoon: 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
A maximum of two family members per patient can enter and no changes are allowed.
The ICU has 8 beds and is equipped with the latest patient monitoring and follow-up technology.
One of the beds is an isolation bed and two are equipped with monitoring and telemetry for cardiological patients who have undergone an interventional cardiology procedure in the haemodynamics room.