Prepare your visit

Practical information that will help you during your visit to the Clínica Universidad de Navarra.

12 min.
from Plaza Castilla

15 min.
from Atocha station

10 min.
from the airport


Bus stops at the Clinic on lines 114 and N4

Accessible from the M-40 and M-30

Metro Suanzes and Torre Arias stops are a ten-minute walk from the Clinic

Do you need help?

If you need to clarify any information or need our help in managing your visit to the Clinic, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

(+34) 91 353 19 20

7 min.
from the bus station

10 min.
from the train station

15 min.
from the airport


City bus stop for lines 2, 4, 15 and 18.

Very accessible by highway if you come from Zaragoza, Burgos, Bilbao or Logroño.

Service for patients

The Clinic provides patients with a free information, management and booking service for transport and accommodation.

Through the Call Centre, the Clinic collaborates with a travel agency, in order to facilitate the arrival and stay in Pamplona of its patients and their families.

In addition, the Clinic has rooms within the hospital centre where outpatients and family members of admitted patients can stay if they wish.

To request this service, you can call the Clinic at

(+34) 948 255 400

During these months, the services offered by the Clinic have been subject to variations.
Please consult us if you have any doubts or needs.

Opening and visiting hours

PUERTA PRINCIPAL

07:00 - 21:00

CONSULTAS EXTERNAS

09:00 - 20:00

URGENCIAS

24 HORAS

QUIRÓFANO

08:00 - 20:00


 

Visits must take place at the timetable set by each admission unit.

At the Madrid headquarters:

In Hospitalization, the maximum number of people per visit is two.
Neonatology ICU: Monday to Sunday - 1pm to 2pm / 6:30pm to 7:30pm
ICU: Monday to Sunday - 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 9pm.

At the Navarra headquarters:

ICU: Monday to Sunday from 11am to 2pm and from 5pm to 9pm

If you are coming to a doctor’s appointment

  • Upon your arrival at the Clinic, you should go to the Clinic's Coordination Units 15 minutes before the time set for your appointment.
  • You will need to present your ID card or passport, and provide your full personal details.
  • If the assistance is provided by the Social Security, an insurance company or a firm, you must also present the documentation that accredits it and the corresponding flyer in each case.
  • If the medical assistance is private, you must pay its costs in Coordination Units or in the Administration Service.

If you are coming for admission or surgery requiring hospitalization

  • Upon your arrival at the Clinic, you should go to the Clinic's Coordination Units.
  • You will need to present your ID card or passport, and your full personal details.
  • Si la asistencia es a cargo de la Seguridad Social, de una compañía de seguros o de empresa, deberá presentar también la documentación que lo acredite y el volante correspondiente en cada caso.
  •  If the assistance is provided by the Social Security, an insurance company or a firm, you will also have to present the documentation that accredits it and the corresponding flyer in each case.
  • If the medical assistance is private, you must pay its costs in Coordination Units or in the Administration Service.

Safer than ever to continue taking care of you

We update safety protocols weekly with the latest scientific evidence and the knowledge of the best international centers with which we collaborate.