WITH its stylish, shiny design and maximising of light, it feels more like a hotel than a brand new hospital.
But Hospital Ceram is very much a place for treatment and recovery with its excellent range of doctors, including cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons and paediatricians, not to mention its 24-hour care.
The brainchild of international fertility expert Hugo Benito, his wife, Martha Rojas and their daughter Tatiana, who used to work for Procter & Gamble, is all about patient comfort, well-being and the best private health care.
Based in a calm, rural location in the hills above Marbella, the hospital’s relaxing and homely surroundings promise a quick recovery.
Best of all, as home births are illegal in Spain, its state-of-the-art birthing facilities and an experienced maternity team trained in water and natural births, is a real find for expecting mothers, looking for alternatives.
Managing director Tatiana Benito says: “Everything is brand new, but the doctors have a wealth of experience behind them.”
She adds: “We have had amazing reviews since we opened at the end of 2014.”
With 20 single rooms, each with their own stunning mountain views, and up to 80 doctors and many more staff on hand, the emphasis is on giving each patient as much time and care as they need.
Hospital Ceram has already won an excellence award with WhatClinic comparison site and an impressive 70 to 80% of its patients travel from outside Spain for care.
For more information visit www.hospitalceram.com
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