The new HLA Ramón y Cajal medical-surgical centre will be up and running in the last quarter of the year and it is added to the other three HLA centres in the province of Seville.
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The HLA Group will invest 24 million euros in a new medical-surgical centre in Seville

The new HLA Ramón y Cajal Centre will offer surgical and outpatient services and it will be up and running at the end of the year.

The HLA Group has started the development of a new medical-surgical centre in Seville. The company will invest 24 million euros in this centre, which will have around thirty multi-speciality consulting rooms and four state-of-the-art operating theatres that will allow top quality care to be offered, based on the development of the latest diagnosis and treatment techniques.

The centre, located at Avenida Ramón y Cajal (31 and 35) and that is in a refurbishment and adaptation phase, will be called HLA Ramón y Cajal and it will be up and running in the last quarter of the year. Its installations will cover over 4,400 square metres, in addition to a car park integrated into the building’s basement, with 120 parking spaces for the centre’s patients and professionals. HLA Ramón y Cajal will house different consulting rooms and specialised units, amongst them, a Radiodiagnostics Unit, which will have the latest image diagnosis techniques, as well as the support of multidisciplinary teams, aimed at offering comprehensive care for patients.