The project

The Infanta Leonor Hospital is a 235 bed, 85,066 sqm hospital in the Villa de Vallecas district of Madrid. As part of the Madrid Regional Government’s 2004-2007 Public Health Infrastructure Plan, the project involves the construction, maintenance and operation of non-medical infrastructure. It is structured around an availability-based concession contract, with DIF owning 100% of the equity in the project. The concession began operating in November 2007, lasts until 2035, and is currently running at virtually full capacity.

Status
Operational
Investment date
July 2018
Country
Spain
Fund
DIF V
Hospital Infanta Leonor
300k
Patient population
>85k
Sqm
235
Beds
100%
Equity stake

Infanta Leonor Hospital is one of the primary hospitals in the Madrid region, providing services to a population of more than 300,000. It has been consistently recognised for its efficient management and commitment to the community. Examples include a TOP 20 2018 Global Management award for overall results in clinical services, and a Best in Class award for the best humanisation project of 2016.