A low and extensive hospital has been designed, organized from a twofold reticular mesh in two superimposed directions on a lineal structure of east-west growth. This mesh of circulations coinciding with this direction is a parallel circulatory whole that takes in hierarchized circulations, some for the staff and others for the users. These circulations divide the hospital into strips. Each unit or service seeks its place in this mesh of relationships.
The abovementioned organization involves a hospital structure where growth and modifications are not only possible but are also considered as a premise of the general design. An open organization results in which there is room for possible restructurings of future enlargements.
The architectural proposal facilitates a direct and clear understanding of the organization of the building by the users so that at all times they know and can find their way around the hospital. The light (by means of lighting, skylights, and courtyards) and the exterior views contribute to increasing the comfort of the healthcare staff and users of the hospital.