We are prepared for medical emergencies.

Our hospital adheres to high patient safety and protection standards, offering a safe environment that includes all the protocols for protection, cleanliness and caution necessary to ensure your peace of mind and confidence.

Our social mission is to make sure you never delay going to the Emergency Department for conditions involving various specialities that require urgent attention, treatment and follow-up, and that may be associated with an unfavourable clinical picture.


There are certain diseases that require immediate treatment and for which early detection is crucial.


There are certain diseases that require immediate treatment and for which early detection is crucial.


This is why we have taken the necessary measures in our Emergency Department to ensure that you are treated in a safe, risk-free manner and as quickly as possible.

Health and safety measures for safe treatment:

Cleaning and disinfection of all surfaces has been enhanced.

Servicio de Urgencias 24 horas, sin esperas

Colocación de mamparas en la recepción

Señalización de asientos para mantener la distancia de seguridad

Dispensadores de gel hidroalcohólico

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Dr. Francisco F. Capel, from our Emergency Department, explains the measures we have taken to ensure that our patients can arrive safely. (video)

Dr. Asunción Pablos, a specialist in Internal Medicine, warns of conditions that must be treated immediately to avoid future complications. (video)

In our Paediatric Unit, we give you the keys to helping your little ones adjust to everyday life after lockdown. (video)

Our specialists in Traumatology and Orthopaedics warn that the most frequent injuries after lockdown are muscular or ligament injuries. Don’t delay your treatment! (video)

Dr. Carlos Miera, a specialist in Maxillofacial Surgery, explains some of the oral injuries and problems that should raise a red flag and require immediate specialist attention. Don’t be afraid to go to A&E. (video)

Dr. Elisa Burgos reminds us that there is always a gynaecologist on call to deal with any issues that may arise. State-of-the-art technology helps us make accurate diagnoses. (video)

Dr. José Luis Romera is a General Surgeon at the Grupo Policlínica hospital, Ibiza. (video)

Dr. Lorena Fernández is a specialist in the Urology Unit of the Grupo Policlínica Hospital, Ibiza. (video)