Tenerife North Hospital and CAE Joined

The current complex TenerifeNorthHospital is divided into two buildings, one for sanitary uses and hospital beds and other dedicated exclusively to sanitary services, with specialty consultations, rehabilitation area, big surgery ambulatory and RegionalEmergencyCenter. Both building are connected by tunnel, going directly to the area of ​​health emergencies and in surface flows between them the access road to the complex.

The sanitary building has 300 hospital beds with their corresponding areas of service and support, a daily hospital center with 20 places, a rehabilitation area, etc. and takes the form of comb, with all services provided in a block north acting as windbreaks and from which all deliveries are made, and the rooms are organized in 4 modules in L open to the west-facing gardens and courtyards. The rooms are all convertible in individual, and all beds have a large window to the floor, so from the bed you can enjoy the garden and the magnificent coastal views.

The design philosophy has been to understand that the hospital stay to be as nice as possible with the patient in a calm and friendly atmosphere and with the highest quality of life.

Client: Excmo. Cabildo Insular de Tenerife. Instituto de Acción social y Socio-sanitaria (Public Administration)

Location: Buen Paso, Icod de Los Vinos, Tenerife. Spain


Built Area: 24.480 m²

Project Date: Enero 2004

End Of Works: 2012

Budget: 25.374.569,73 €

Architect: Cristina González Vázquez de Parga | Federico García Barba

Design Team: Jorge Mosquera Paniagua (CHSS) | Javier Ramos Díaz (CHSS y CAE) | Patricia González Fernández (CHSS) | María Reyes Trujillo (CAE) | Carlos Palmero Zíngaro (CAE) | Miriam Alemán Brito (CAE) | Teresa Torres González (CAE)

Rigger: Ruperto Hernández González | Javier Elejabeita | Asier Elejabeita