Sando Construcción, which specialises in the construction of healthcare infrastructures, has begun the first remodelling works at the Virgen de la Victoria Hospital in Málaga. With a budget of 4 million euros, the work consists of refurbishing and extending the Oncology-Haematology Day Hospital, which will double the medical care capacity for oncology patients.
The work, already begun in areas not occupied by healthcare activity, is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2025. It will provide the hospital with a larger space, adapted to the number of patients it serves. The creation of the new space will unify the old IBIMA laboratory and the medical dormitories in the same area, expanding the areas from 625 m² to 1,351 m².
The project for the new day hospital and oncology-haematology consultation room arose from the need to have a larger space adapted to the needs of the patients treated in the oncology unit, promoting comfort during their stay and facilitating the work carried out by professionals in their daily tasks.
It is planned to triple the number of chairs and beds to assist patients needing isolation. The number of oncology consultations will also be increased from nine to sixteen, and the space dedicated to patient and family waiting will be tripled to 311 m².
Specialisation in care and hospital services
This project is part of Sando Construcción’s specific line of construction, equipment and services for healthcare and hospital services de Sando Construcción. A line in which the company has extensive experience in the execution of other projects, such as the construction of a footbridge connecting the four hospitals that make up the campus of the Virgen del Rocío University Hospital; the extension of the Hospitén centre in Estepona, the construction of the new laboratories of the Carlos III Health Institute in Madrid; the remodelling works at the Puerta del Mar University Hospital in Cadiz; the Tajo Hospital in Aranjuez, refurbishment of the operating theatres in the children’s hospital belonging to the Virgen del Rocío University Hospital, the extension works at the Quirón Hospital in Malaga, among others.