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  • The Clinica IMQ Virgen Blanca represents the natural evolution of the Sociedad Clinica Virgen Blanca, which opened for business in 1969 as a continuation of the constitution of that company under the agreement of twenty-five fundamentally medical members in 1965.

    Its construction is carried out under the direction of architect D. Pascual Perea, and initially the clinic has seven floors and 151 beds, four operating rooms with radiology and laboratory services attached, as well as delivery rooms and nursery.

  • During the 1980s with great financial effort we undertook the adaptation of the rooms by giving them the necessities demanded by the progression of the market, while in the mid-1990s the evolution of medicine and diagnostic and surgical techniques required another adaptation of the structure of the clinic with the incorporation of surgical techniques medicines and treatments; requiring the incorporation of equipment and high technology, offering modern, quality medicine adapted to the times.

    This modernization process would reach maturity in 2008, when the Clinica Virgen Blanca has established itself as the pioneer centre at the national level in private healthcare with the implementation of the "Da Vinci" robotic surgery.

  • Although IMQ became shareholders of Clinica Virgen Blanca earlier, it wouldn't be until the year 2012 when the absorption of the clinic by the Clinica Vicente San Sebastian would take place, belonging to the IMQ group. From that moment a joint path began that lead to the restructuring and integration of the two healthcare centres currently: IMQ Zorrotzaurre and IMQ Virgen Blanca.

  • The Clinica IMQ Virgen Blanca complements the work being developed by the Clinica IMQ Zorrotzaurre to jointly converge towards the same health care project and reinforce the excellence in quality and service that IMQ wants to offer its clients.

    This building, currently restructured as a Surgical Trauma Institute, is presented as an example of the integral evolution in which the entire organization is immersed and which will be further developed to meet the needs of all the social agents involved: patients, professionals and society.