Our Center is designed to feel welcoming and inviting to everyone who steps through the doors, so that patients and their relatives can feel calm and positive at all times. We believe that during their stay, each patient should feel as though they are at a home away from home. This way they can relax, and their relatives can feel confident that their loved ones are being cared for in the best possible way.
We offer a range of single and double rooms with a total of 40 beds, all of which meet clinical requirements. Our medical rooms include central medical air, suction regulator, easy to use internal communication systems, sound and lighting systems that help patients relax, and much more.
Our center is fully equipped with all the therapeutic equipment needed to accommodate any situation.
The physiotherapy rooms offer physiotherapy beds, a big “bobath bed” for neurological cases, and the latest MedTech equipment for electrotherapy.
The main open space offers numerous equipment for exercise and rehabilitation, including treadmills, a motor-assist bicycle, and the most advanced device for motion disorders – the gait analysis.
Socializing with other people, enjoying a cup of tea, and spending time with their families in a pleasant space can make all the difference to a patient’s mood. Our center hosts a cafeteria for drinks and snacks; a dining area for more substantial meals; a lounge with comfortable armchairs for drinks and chatting, and two giant therapeutic aquariums that contribute to the relaxing atmosphere.
Nature, greenery, and fresh air all have a very important impact on the body and the mind, and can greatly improve an individual’s positive mental state and rate of healing. That’s why we created a welcoming green area, planted with citrus trees, and a patio with plenty of seating for patients to relax and socialise.
Our center is designed to be accessible to people with disabilities, down to the last detail.
The entrance area, the showers, the toilets, the pool and the elevators are all accessible for wheelchair users.
Plus, there are two accessible parking spots at the entrance of the building, reserved for people with disabilities.