Aladina has initiated a crucial project that will transform an area within Hospital de la Paz into a new pediatric oncohematology outpatient ward. The current space being utilized for this purpose is small, dimly lit, and in desperate need of relocation to a larger, more comfortable, and welcoming area for both patients and their families.
The lack of natural light and limited space make hospital stays long and challenging. Therefore, we are creating a new area that is significantly bigger, more comfortable, welcoming, and tailored to the needs of the 500+ children and their families who visit the Outpatient Center doors every year, with over 4,000 consultations taking place annually.
The construction of the pediatric onco-hematological day hospital at La Paz is an essential project estimated to cost 1,250,000 euros. Your assistance is crucial in completing this project.
So, what does the construction of the Outpatient Pediatric Oncology Center at Hospital La Paz entail?
We are allocating an 800m^2 space to enhance the care provided to children with cancer. This will include two distinct outpatient areas: one dedicated to transplant patients and another catering to onco-hematology patients. Both zones will have two individual isolation rooms for immune-compromised patients.
Additionally, there will be two waiting areas: one for transplant patients and another divided into two zones, accommodating onco-hematology patients and contagious patients separately.
Furthermore, the area will feature:
This new area will significantly improve the quality of life for patients and their families, ensuring a more pleasant hospital experience. We kindly urge you to collaborate with us and help turn this vision into a reality.