the Dr Nicholas Garcia was appointed by Rector María Iraburu, new Director of Medical Assistance at the Clínica Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, replacing the Dr. Marta Ferrerrecently appointed Dean of the Faculty of Medicine.
A graduate and medical doctor from the University of Navarre, Dr. García specialized in internal medicine at the clinic. It is internal medicine department consultant -with a particular dedication to infectious diseases, vascular medicine, intermediate care and fibromyalgia- and teaches at the Faculty of Medicine.
the new medical director from the Pamplona headquarters, he was Deputy Medical Director (2003-2008) and Medical Director (2008-2013) of the Clínica Universidad de Navarra. To date, he has served as Deputy Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine and served as Chairman of the Infectious Diseases, Quality, and Education Committees, the latter position he currently holds.
With more than 2,800 professionals dedicated exclusively to its offices in Pamplona and Madrid, the University Clinic of Navarre It is a university hospital, a reference in personalized medicine in our country. Recognized for its research and teaching work, the prestige of its professionals and its experience in the diagnosis and treatment of very complex pathologies, the University Clinic of Navarre is a high resolution hospital, due to its rapid diagnosis thanks to its multidisciplinary work and the acquisition of the latest technologies, to provide care in 46 medical and surgical specialties.
The Clinic is in position 64 among the best hospitals in the world, according to the ranking The best hospitals in the worldand among the 35 best cancer hospitals in the world according to the ranking of the best specialized hospitals in the world, and for the seventh consecutive year it has been the private hospital with the best reputation in Spain (according to the MRS ranking).