National Paraplegic Hospital. phase 1


Project date: March 2005
Work: December 2012
Builded surface: 30.308 m2

This hospital is a national reference, belonging to the Public Health System, whose administration and management depend on the Health Service of Castilla La Mancha. This Centre, since its commission, of over 30 years, has led spanish general health care of patients with spinal cord injury, and specifically in comprehensive rehabilitation.

With the new building, we move a step further to improve hospital care excellence and to adjust it to new technologies. We aim to recuperate and reassert value into outdoor spaces, adjacent to the Tajo river, that are much-needed in long stays hospital, for the coexistence and recreation of patients and families.


Inpatients Units (192 beds): 7,082 m2
• 6 Inpatients units (30 beds): 5,832 m2
• 1 Critical (12 beds): 870 m2
• 1 inpatients admission: 180 m2

Outpatients clinic: 2,488 m2
Radiology (1 MRI+1CT+3XR+1US): 1,153 m2
Therapies: 1,056 m2
Surgical unit (4 operating theatre): 1,248 m2
Medical day surgery (16 boxes): 938 m2
Research (24 loboratories): 7,759 m2
Administrative and users services: 1,748 m2
General services: 1,835 m2
Installations: 4,955 m2


Client: SESCAM, Servicio de Salud de Castilla La Mancha

• Lahoz López Arquitectos, SLP: Ramón Lahoz Rodríguez and Natalia López Matesanz
• Planho Consultores, SLP

Luis Marcos Díaz, María Amor Arroyo Sanchez, Marta Rodríguez, Nuria Martínez Salas, Jokine Crespo Arbisu, Ana Valenzuela, Andreina Linares Jaua, Beatriz Gonzalez Jiménez, Inmaculada Martín Portugués, Yiota Kaplani and Alicia Arnuero Martínez

Construction Site Management: Ramón Lahoz Rodríguez and Emiliano Rodríguez Jiménez

Construction Management:
José A. Carrasco Rodríguez and Antonio Franco Mamajón

Installation Engineer:
Ingho FM, SL

Construction Company:
UTE: Corsan Corvian/Isolux Corsan/Mafersa

Beatriz González Jiménez