Single and double rooms for Valencia hospital

Hospital rooms

WORK is underway in the University General Hospital of Valencia to remove all rooms in the urology and pathology departments that currently have three or four beds in them.

The modernisation due to take place for the remainder of August and into September will change the current room layouts to accommodate single and double rooms only, and at the same time they will be completely repainted and have new doors and light fittings.

According to the hospital, the modernisation plan has made it possible to gradually reform the hospital rooms, “taking advantage of moments of less activity, such as the summer season, and adjusting the occupancy rate to the needs of care, trying to interfere as little as possible with the attention given to the patients.”

The total budget for the modernisation plan is €359,000.


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