Hospital Santa Ana is a hospital center managed by the Andalusian Health Service, located in the Spanish city of Motril. In addition to the health functions of the center, it also carries out teaching and research tasks in close collaboration with the University of Granada.
Within the Andalusian Public Health System, it is classified as a Regional Hospital and covers specialized medical care in the Southern Health Area of Granada, which includes the Basic Zones of Almuñécar, Salobreña, Motril, Órgiva, Castell de Ferro, Albuñol, Cádiar, and Ugíjar .
According to the Andalusian Health Service Report, corresponding to 2006, the hospital offered the following data:
The Hospital staff, as of December 31, 2009, consisted of a total of 721 professionals, among which are: 121 physicians, 389 nurses and 210 members of non-health personnel.
Clinical units; 5, beds: 206, operating rooms: 7, consultations: 50
X-ray rooms: 4, ultrasound: 7, remote control: 1, CT: 1, MRI: 1
Income: 8,935. Emergencies: 82,216. Queries: 156.576
Scheduled: 1,527. Urgent: 1,913. Ambulatory Surgery: 2,481 Births: 1,184
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