HPA group inaugurates state-of-the-art Hospital Particular da Madeira
Friday, May 17 was another red-letter day for the HPA health group which runs private hospitals and clinics throughout the Algarve.
Late in the afternoon, the new Hospital Particular da Madeira was inaugurated in the presence of the regional president of the island, the Mayor of Funchal and other dignitaries.
It is a project that cost around €42 million and offers “the most modern and differentiated Private Health Unit in the region of Madeira”.
The super modern, functional facility – designed to respect global environmental sustainability – covers an areas of 20,000 sqm, in which there is a total of 100 beds, a round-the-clock A&E department, a ‘woman and child unit’ – including emergency paediatrics and maternity – an oncology and intensive care department, and operating theatres.
Said the press release preceding the launch, one of the operating theatres is a ‘hybrid’ “equipped with state-of-the-art technology for surgical procedures in cardiology, vascular surgery, neurosurgery and numerous other medical and surgical specialities”.
As far as complementary diagnostic examinations are concerned, the new HPM, as it will be known, will offer “almost total coverage with a highlight on its modern clinical analyses laboratory as well as its modern imagiology unit, with the latest generation MRI, CT scan, mammography, ultrasound and digital x-ray.
HPA health group has been involved in private health and health tourism for over 20 years now.
The group has treated over two million patients during that time and built up a staff base of around 2,000.
HPA has been awarded several Quality Certification Awards. Two of its hospitals are accredited in both clinical and patient safety by the “most prestigious international entity in this field, the Joint Commission International”.
For further information on this group that started transforming healthcare in the Algarve in 1996, visit www.grupohpa.com
HPM is situated in what is described as a “privileged location” in S. Martinho, Amparo, Funchal.