Centro medico goya zaragoza

Policlinica sagasta zaragoza

This exhibition has been made possible thanks to funding from the Reale Foundation (corporate foundation of Reale Seguros) and the special collaboration of the Ibercaja Foundation, which has facilitated this tour, as well as the collaboration of the Prado Museum and SIT.
From left to right: Luis Callén (Managing Director of Miguel Servet Hospital), José Luis Rodrigo (Director of Ibercaja Foundation), Sira Ripollés (Health Councilor of the Aragonese Health Service), Juan Alberto García de Cubas (President of Cultura en Vena) and Pilar Suárez-Inclán (Director of IR and CSR of Reale Seguros).
Goya in a hospital? talks about illness as an opportunity, convalescence as an opportunity for self-knowledge, illness as a moment to unleash affection, the passage through a hospital as a new way to connect with culture to improve people’s health and well-being.

Prueba pcr zaragoza

Buena ubicación, habitación confortable- cama al blanco perfecta. Buena calefacción. Gran personal en recepción y camarero en el buffet. Buen café y comida para el desayuno- en general buena atención y calidad. Recomendable. Buena ubicación –
No se puede estar más céntrico que en Goya. Un hotel muy moderno, sacado de los años 70, pero limpio. El papel de la pared es extraño pero le da carácter. No es un lugar común y corriente. El personal era profesional y amable. Las habitaciones estaban bien equipadas.
El Goya es un hotel un poco más antiguo con comodidades modernas. Cuando volvamos a Zaragoza es el lugar donde nos quedaremos. Limpio, cómodo y tan cerca de todo – puntos de interés, transporte, compras y todo alrededor de un gran lugar.
Perfecto para una breve parada de una noche en Zaragoza, fácil check-in y check-out. Habitación ordenada y cómoda. Me gustó mucho el tema de Goya, muchas decoraciones de arte / bocetos, ya que esta fue nuestra principal razón para parar. La ubicación es excelente para ver la ciudad y recomendaría el mercado gastronómico al otro lado de la plaza de España.

Citogen zaragoza

This exhibition has been made possible thanks to funding from the Reale Foundation (corporate foundation of Reale Seguros) and the Ibercaja Foundation, as well as the collaboration of the Museo Nacional del Prado and SIT Spain.
Goya in a hospital? is an exhibition specially curated for patients, family members and healthcare personnel, which presents reproductions of works by Goya loaned by the Prado Museum to Cultura en Vena for touring hospitals and rural communities at risk of depopulation.

Quirón zaragoza

The exhibition is made up of reproductions of works from the Prado Museum in Madrid, donated to the foundation for this purpose. Cultura en Vena has chosen Francisco de Goya’s hometown to inaugurate this project in which the Aragonese painter is presented from an innovative perspective, with the patient, his relatives and healthcare personnel at the center.
Goya in a hospital’ brings together Goya’s work in themes such as humor, challenges, emotions and contradiction in order to establish a direct connection with hospitalized people, as well as to raise awareness of the relationship between art, health and well-being.
The Councilor for Culture and Tourism of the Fuendetodos City Council, Sonia Rodríguez, stated that “the presence of Goya’s legacy is part of the essence of Fuendetodos”. However, on this occasion, “the exhibition ‘¿Goya in a hospital?’ offers an innovative point of view, since it starts from the perspective of culture as a benefactor of health”, she pointed out.

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