Grupo Casaverde was set up in 1990 with two well-defined lines of business: physical and neurological rehabilitation and care provision for the elderly and dependent.  The group has over 20 years' experience of running first-class hospitals and clinics to ISO 9001 international standards. A total of 400 people work at its two rehabilitation hospitals and three Casaverde residential care homes. 

The Casaverde Group includes 2 leading rehabilitation centres with more than 20 years experience in helping international patients recover from both neurological and physical injuries. They offer an entirely personalised programme for each patient’s condition and count with a multidisciplinary team to oversee it:

  • Medical Rehabilitation Unit
  • Medical Neurological Unit
  • Medical Unit 24h
  • Physiotherapy Unit
  • Occupational Therapy Unit
  • Psychology Unit
  • Speech Therapy Unit
  • Nursery Unit 24h

Our rehabilitation centres are equipped with advanced specialist technology (balance platform, transcranial magnetic stimulation - TMS, etc.) and are staffed by fully qualified and highly experienced professionals (neurologists, rehabilitation specialists, neurophysiologists, psychologists, neuropsychologists, nurses and auxiliary staff). This means we can ensure patients undergo the shortest possible and most effective rehabilitation period. 

The Hospital uses a very advanced technology, both for physical rehabilitation and neurological rehabilitation, with a therapeutic covered swimming pool for hydrotherapy development as a fundamental element to an early recovery, as well as gyms with latest generation instruments and high-tech elements:

  • Transcraneal magnetic stimulator
  • Electromyograph
  • Posturograph
  • Electrotherapy
  • Infrared
  • Ultrasonic
  • Magnetic therapy
  • Hydrotherapy

All hospitals have adapted bedrooms, gyms using the latest techniques and apparatus, plus a swimming pool for hydrotherapy sessions. They are based in idyllic locations set in large gardens with lush vegetation.

The three Casaverde residential care centres are designed for caring for the elderly and people in a situation of dependency. The care centres are in beautiful settings near the sea and the countryside. They all have 24-hour nursing care and our doctors visit daily. A team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, etc., is also in attendance.

These care centres provide long-term residential care as well as short stays and respite care, allowing both the patient and their carer to take a break and enjoy a range of leisure programmes tailored to their individual needs.

Casaverde rehabilitation centers:

For over 20 years Casaverde Group has specialised in physical and neurological rehabilitation.. Patients can undergo rehabilitation in two peaceful, suburban locations:

The Muchamiel Alicante Rehabilitation Hospital, found in the peaceful outskirts of Alicante, on Spain’s south east coast.

The Mérida Rehabilitation Centre, located in Extremadura in western Spain specialises in brain damage and has 100 individual rooms.

Casaverde residentials care homes.

Our modern, fully equipped centres are located in the province of Alicante, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain’s Costa Blanca, with beaches and tourist resorts within easy reach and mild weather all year round.

The Casaverde Almoradí centre is located 15 km from the beach and only 30 minutes away from Elche-Alicante International Airport, in a quiet and pleasant residential area some 500 m from the town centre. There are 55 bedrooms and 24 apartments, as well as large gardens and communal areas for socialising.

The Casaverde Guardamar centre is set in a peaceful area a short distance from the sea and adjacent to the Guardamar del Segura pine forest. The centre is equipped with modern, first-class facilities and is surrounded by gardens. It has 100 residential beds for elderly people with or without care needs, and caters for both short and long stays.

The Casaverde Pilar de la Horadada centre is close to major tourist destinations and residential areas and to the towns of Torrevieja and Orihuela. It consists of light, airy buildings set amongst extensive gardens. Accommodation is available in the main building or in one of the 24 apartments a short walk from the building.

Casaverde also has a Foundation that plays a very active role in promoting and supporting training and research. Recent projects supported by the Casaverde Foundation include the Aupa Robot, the first of its kind in Europe, used for special arm rehabilitation exercises.