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Over 55.000 medical check-ups carried out in the Clínica Universidad de Navarra
Highly specialized professionals with extensive experience in this field and exclusive dedication
SPEED, ACCESS AND ACCURACY
We perform a thorough examination of your health condition in less than 24 hours in our centres of Pamplona and Madrid
*The Clínica Universidad de Navarra is the best private hospital in Spain in 2018 according to the Spanish Healthcare Reputation Report (MRS, Monitor de Reputación Sanitaria).
A check-up is a comprehensive, individualized examination of a person’s health condition.
It is an effective tool for the early detection of diseases at their earliest stage, i.e. when they are most easily treatable and curable. In addition, we analyse each patient's lifestyle in a personalised way with a view to detecting potential unhealthy behaviours and preventing illnesses.
We are pioneers in the implementation of a health check-up program.
We strive to progress from preventive medicine to the predictive medicine of the near future.
Early diagnosis is the best approach to ensure a longer and healthier life.
After the initial consultation, your specialist will design your check-up program to include the diagnostic tests that best suit your needs.
The medical check-ups program of the Clínica Universidad de Navarra is aimed at:
People who do NOT have symptoms but want to be aware of their health condition and possible risk factors.
People who DO have symptoms, regardless of whether or not they are being treated, who wish to assess the impact of their disease on other organs or systems, and to prevent future pathologies.
The Check-ups Unit of the Clinic boasts a team of highly specialized professionals with extensive experience in the area and a lengthy research career.
Doctor (1988) in Internal Medicine from the University of Navarra. Associate Professor of Internal Medicine (accredited by ANECA).
Doctor (1990) in Internal Medicine from the University of Navarra. Hired Professor and Doctor in Internal Medicine (accredited by ANECA).
Doctor (2009) in Internal Medicine from the University of Navarra. Hired Professor and Doctor in Internal Medicine (accredited by ANECA).
Doctor (2016) from the University of Navarra. Specialist in Internal Medicine at the Clínica Universidad de Navarra.
Specialist in Internal Medicine at the Clínica Universidad de Navarra.
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Detailed explanation of some of the tests and presentation of our team of professionals.
The Clínica Universidad de Navarra, with headquarters based in Pamplona and Madrid, is a high-resolution hospital that lies at the forefront of personalized medicine in Spain.
It is recognised for its teaching and research work, the prestige of its professionals, and its trajectory in the diagnosis and treatment of highly complex pathologies.
Our patients are our main focus
Thanks to the exclusive dedication of our healthcare professionals, we provide personalized medical services that are focused on our patients and their family members.
We generate knowledge
Our hospital is associated with the University of Navarra; thus, in addition to treating patients, our specialists engage in continuous training, research, and teaching activities.
Researching for a cure
Our specialists carry out research to offer new solutions to our patients, as we strive to change the course of diseases with the aid of continuous research.
Always working as a team
Cooperation between specialists of multidisciplinary teams is embedded in or DNA in order to address diseases in a comprehensive way and offer the best options to each patient.
Unique medical technology in Spain
The hospital is furnished with the most advanced equipment for the diagnosis and treatment of all sorts of diseases.
We use the most advanced diagnostic technology and multidisciplinary work with a view to provide a diagnosis within the first 24-48 hours and treatment within the first 72 hours.