Approximately 600 patients are treated by our service daily. Our patients require responsive, prompt, convenient and reliable diagnoses and care, which are only achieved with exceptional human teams that use the most advanced technology available.
Gynaecological exam with tests included. All of the tests required for prevention and early diagnosis are performed in only two hours.
Our department has been a pioneer in development of a gynaecological check-up program for modern-day women.
We performed over 55,000 check-ups last year.
- Full Gynaecological Examination:
- Annual gynaecological check-up and additional tests on the same day in less than three hours (tests, results and doctor’s visit).
- Non-scheduled appointment 
- Test available:
- Gynaecological ultrasound.
- State-of-the-art digital mammography (Sectra MicroDose) with the lowest radiation exposure on the market.
- Breast scan.
- Bone density scan.
- On the completion of the tests, patients are given a CD with the digital images of the tests and the reports of the results.
- Paediatric-adolescent gynaecology unit.
- Human papillomavirus vaccine (prevention of cervical cancer).
- Family planning advice.
- Gynaecological endocrinology.
- Pelvic floor area.
- Menopause and healthy aging unit.
- Cancer risk unit.
- Benign breast pathologyna.
- Breast cancer.
Major, minor and outpatient surgery
We use the most effective and least invasive surgical techniques with the highest level of respect for the female body, avoiding extensive surgical removal whenever possible.
- Surgical hysteroscopy
- Abdominal surgery
- Surgery of the ovary and adnexai
- Myomectomy and uterine surgery
- Pelvic floor surgery
- Benign breast surgery
- Breast cancer surgery
- Gynaecological cancer surgery
- Vaginal agenesis surgery
- Intratubal birth control
- Tubal ligation
New gynaecological surgery techniques such as endoscopy and the vaginal approach are minimally invasive procedures with rapid recovery at home.
A current example is use of hysteroscopy for intratubal birth control, which offers an alternative to conventional tubal ligation.
In cancer surgery the new endoscopic techniques also eliminate the need to make an incision in the abdomen to remove gynaecological cancer. The complications associated with this type of surgery are reduced since there is limited adherence, infection, pain and bleeding.
Although surgery has been and continues to be the most widely used treatment for breast cancer, there are currently other treatments that can be combined with surgical procedures or may even make surgery possible. Previous chemotherapy treatment allows surgery to be performed on cases that were previously inoperable.