Aids and Donations
We need people to support our work. Any little aid is welcome since, together, we can keep developing.
The mission of the Clínica Universidad de Navarra is to provide excellent clinical practices by integrating care, research and teaching and by focusing all activity on the patients and their needs.
We are a non-profit hospital that reinvests all its surpluses in the patient through the improvement of the patient care, the acquisition of the latest technology, the promotion of research and the continuous training of our professionals.
People are our reason for being; they play a crucial role in the creation of our identity as an institution and encourage us to improve on a daily basis. For this reason, we collaborate with different social initiatives that allow us to place people at the centre of our commitment to the environment in order to be part of their lives and their development.
Aids and donations from civil society are essential for the advancement of Medicine and the training of future physicians and nursing staff.
Learn more about support options
The Clinic has received donations for years from companies and individuals who wish to contribute to the advancement of research and the well-being of patients.
The contributions are directed, with total transparency and social responsibility, to finance research and teaching programs of the Clinic, carried out by the professionals of the Clinic and the Cima Universidad de Navarra, Center for Applied Medical Research.
In addition, the aid contributes in a very special way to promoting research in childhood cancer as well as to support children and their families in obtaining specific treatments, through the Niños contra el Cáncer programme.
There are several forms of aid:
- Financial aid.
- Donations, inheritances, legacies.
- Scholarships and study and research grants.
- Research collaboration agreement
If you are interested in collaborating, you can contact:
Mª Pilar Lorenzo Morales
Corporate Social Responsability
Tel. +34 948 25 54 00 ext. 4023
Fax: +34 948 296 500
Clínica Universidad de Navarra
Avda. Pío XII, 36
31008 Pamplona (Navarra)
Niños contra el Cáncer
EN PAMPLONA Y MADRID
At Niños Contra el Cáncer, we work on a daily basis in the hope of discovering and developing more effective and less toxic treatments, which would achieve a 100% cure.
Niños contra el Cáncer is a programme found in 1982 and run by the Clínica Universidad de Navarra that brings together individuals and companies in solidarity in order to conduct research studies on childhood cancer and provide families with the access to specific treatment.
CUN te acompaña
EN PAMPLONA Y MADRID
CLINICA UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA TE ACOMPAÑA is a social programme run by the Clínica Universidad de Navarra whose mission is, in accordance with its ideology, to sensitize society about the right to life and the needs of support and accompaniment of families in the event of a bad pregnancy forecast.
CUN te acompaña carries out its activity within the institutional framework of the Clínica Universidad de Navarra. It identifies with its ideology, with the search for healthcare excellence through clinical practices, teaching and research, considers the needs of each patient as the centre of its activity and shows its commitment to life and the dignity of the sick person.
- Basic level of care: accompaniment at risk of interruption of pregnancy.
- Level of care in very short life expectancy pregnancies. Perinatal palliative programme.
- Level of care in pregnancies with serious malformations and a vital prognosis difficult to estimate.
- Accompaniment during pregnancy in very complex social or medical circumstances.
If you wish, you can collaborate with us through the website or by contacting
Mª Pilar Lorenzo Morales
Clínica Universidad de Navarra.
Avd. Pío XII, 36. 31008 Pamplona. Spain
Telephone +34 948 255 400
Research in order to cure
Cima Universidad de Navarra
It is a biomedical research institution of the University of Navarra whose mission is to carry out a traslational research of excellence based on latest biological knowledge and aimed at finding therapeutic solutions to the patient needs.
The exchange of the scientific knowledge of the Cima with the Clinic and the faculties is oriented to the benefit of patients and society.
The research carried out at the Cima seeks effective therapies and diagnostic techniques both for very frequent diseases with high social impact and for other less frequent and often forgotten diseases.
The research focuses on the following main areas: