The Gynaecology and Obstetrics department was set up in 1993, and the activity of its Assisted Reproduction Institute stands out, which has recorded over 25,000 cycles of different assisted reproduction techniques with more than 4,600 pregnancies achieved and it receives over 15,000 medical consultations annually. On the other hand, similar to our other facilities, regular investments are a constant within our group philosophy and we have the latest technology in the field of Assisted Reproduction (e.g., time-lapse routine).

The medical team is made up of professionals from different fields: gynaecology, genetics, embryology, urology and psychology, as in our personalised treatments, we take care of all the details involving any fertility treatment.

Likewise, our Reproduction Institute is located in a general hospital (Quirónsalud Donostia Outpatient Hospital), which represents an added value and a guarantee of security and peace of mind.

Apart from having the necessary means to carry out the diagnosis of every sterility and infertility problem it also has the capacity to perform all existing treatments at present, and we have differentiated units such as:


It has advanced genetics diagnostic tools (FISH, CGH array, NGS, conventional cytogenetics) that allow us to carry out reproductive treatments aimed to address reproductive alterations of genetic origin.

We study in detail the cases of patients with genetic family diseases and advice on their prognosis and on the most appropriate reproductive technique.

We also conduct studies of recessive hereditary disease carriers to find out the genetic risk to transmit any of these diseases, in order to protect their children and their descendants. It consists of a targeted mutational study.


We are aware of how important motherhood and fatherhood is in life of many people and the in-depth crisis fertility problems can lead to. Therefore apart from making assessment and treating their physiological aspects, at Quirónsalud we pay special attention to its emotional implications and work to maintain the well-being of our patients.

Get directions


  • Public transport: by bus (lines 9, 27, 24 or 41) or by train, Estación del Norte or Gros stop.
  • Private transport (dedicated parking):
    • From the city centre: take the Paseo de los Fueros or the Avenida de la Libertad, cross the river by the second bridge and in Miracruz Street, turn right towards Egia. Take the Duque de Mandas street and continue on the Egia Street. Before going down to Loiola, turn to the right towards Alkolea Kalea.
    • From AP-8 towards France: Take the road towards Donostia Erdialdea /San Sebastian Centre and deviate to the left through the Amara Tunnel (exit /). Continue along the Avenida de Carlos I and turn right onto Avenida de Madrid. Take the third exit at Plaza del Padre Donostia towards the Alto de Zorroaga Street. Keep right at the bifurcation and at the Loiola roundabout, take the second exit towards Loiola /A-8/ Irun / France. Take the first turning on the right towards Loiola and at the roundabout take the second exit, cross the river and turn left towards Alkolea Kalea.
    • From AP-8 towards Bilbao: From the Cantabrian Motorway, take the road towards Donostia Erdialdea / San Sebastian Centre and keep left at the bifurcation, following the signs to Loiola/GI-131/Hernani. At the Loiola roundabout, take the fourth exit towards Loiola/A-8/N-1/Irun. Take the first turning on the right towards Loiola and at the roundabout take the second exit, cross the river and turn left towards Alkolea Kalea.