Policlínica Nuestra Señora del Rosario is a private hospital of reference in the island of Ibiza. Located in the city center it counts with over 40 different medical specialties to meet the demand of nearly 100% of the medical existing pathologies.
The access to the hospital is guaranteed in only a few minutes from any point of the island, whether it is by public or private transport.
Since1969 the key principle of the hospital is: humane and personalized treatment of the patient, complemented with the latest technology in its treatments and the continuous training of its staff.
This sanitary complex has 36 rooms, 68 beds, Intensive Care Unit, Emergency unit open 24/7, highlighted specialties such as Neurosurgery, General and Digestive tract Surgery, Traumatology and Orthopedics or Plastic Surgery.
We are conscious about the island’s tourism variety, so our International Department assists foreign patients our interpreters speak several languages such as English, French and German.
At the same time, our center offers different varieties of menus and special meals according to the patient’s habits, diets or religions.
Moreover, the hospital counts with a VIP area paying attention to every single detail for the patients who desire to stay in wider spaces, more intimate and cozier.
Our work is focused on making Fomento del Turismo de Ibiza an increasingly open forum for debate that draws together a wide range of interests, agrees strategies and stimulates professionals, workers, companies and organisations from all the island's economic and social spheres to benefit from membership.
We want Fomento de Ibiza to be an open forum for debate, one that agglutinates common interests, reaches a consensus as to the strategies that should be followed, and encourages professionals, workers, companies and entities from all the island’s economic and social walks of life to work together
Fomento del Turismo de la Isla de Ibiza (Island of Ibiza Tourism Development) is an association founded by a group of forward-looking people who set themselves the task of stimulating, promoting and developing the island's budding tourist industry.
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