The University Hospital Reina Sofia is, according to the national qualification system based on the level of resources, a third level, i.e. the highest level, health complex. As a Regional Reference Hospital, serving the provinces of Córdoba and Jaén, it covers a reference population (TIS: Individual Health Card) of 1,144,934 inhabitants. Composed of eight buildings spread across the city of Córdoba, its care activity is organised into 42 Clinical Management Units with more than 5,000 professionals.
As a reference hospital inside and outside Andalusia, it offers the latest advances in services and state-of-the-art equipment. Its health care processes are of maximum complexity and cover all specialised clinical areas. Its organ transplant program is a national leader. Its annual activity includes approximately 40,000 admissions, more than 190,000 emergencies, almost 40,000 surgical interventions, more than 750,000 outpatient consultations, more than 3,600 births and caesarean sections, and more than 300 organ and tissue transplants.
Also, the University Hospital Reina Sofia is an important teaching hospital, and active in research, in collaboration with IMIBIC.
In this link you can find all the information about the medical services of the Reina Sofía University Hospital.
Most of the hospital's medical services have a multidisciplinary team of professionals dedicated to clinical research, including researchers who lead or are part of a research team, study coordinators, data managers, and nurses.
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