Who we are

30 years of experience support us.

Paido Children’s Health is devoted to the comprehensive treatment of the health of children and youth. Our multidisciplinary team of experts from general paediatrics and the different paediatric specialities stay with and care for children from birth until adulthood.
Paido Children’s Health exclusively operates the Paediatric Service of the Quirón Dexeus University Hospital. Its facilities have advanced technical equipment which allows us to make rigorous diagnoses and apply the treatments needed.

Our services include 24-hour Paediatric Emergencies, Neonatology, Hospital and Outpatient Consultations for general paediatrics and the paediatric specialities.

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A shared history with Dexeus Women’s Health

Paido Children’s Health was created from the Dexeus clinic, which specialises in gynaecology and obstetrics. With the mission of covering the needs of families, it soon added a paediatric service with its own department. One of the first members of this department, Dr Vicente Molina, is now in charge of Paido Children’s Health. Today Dexeus Women’s Health and Paido Children’s Health still work together with a shared goal: to offer high-quality medical service through teamwork and state-of-the-art technologies.



Quirón Dexeus University Hospital

Paido Children’s Health is housed in the Quirón Dexeus University Hospital, which belongs to the Quirónsalud Group. Also known as the “Knowledge Hospital”, it is the benchmark healthcare centre in many of its specialities, including paediatrics, and is one of the leading private university centres in all of Spain.

About the Quirón Hospital Group

The Quirón Hospital Group is the largest hospital network in Spain and the third-largest in Europe. It is made up of more than 24,000 professionals, with 70 centres located in 13 of Spain’s autonomous communities. Its healthcare model includes the top qualifications, the latest technology and exceptional care and treatment services.


"Our goal is to improve children’s health "
Dr. Vicente Molina



Our priority is to offer integrated, effective healthcare in order to improve children’s health. We concentrate our efforts on achieving excellence in this field.

Dr. Josep Maria Cubells Fuentes

Dr. Josep Maria Cubells Fuentes

Head of the Paediatrics Department

• General paediatrics
• Preventative paediatrics
• Early detection of deafness
• Vaccinations
• Evaluation of weight-height development

Dr. Vicente Molina Morales

Dr. Vicente Molina Morales


• Neonatology
• Maternal breastfeeding
• Neonatal feeding and breastfeeding
• General paediatrics
• Vaccinations

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Dr. Josep Maria Gairí Tahull

Dr. Josep Maria Gairí Tahull


• Paediatric pulmonology
• Chronic wheezing
• Spirometry
• Obstructive bronchitis
• Achondroplasia

Dr. Xavier Viñallonga Sardà

Dr. Xavier Viñallonga Sardà


• Skin diseases
• Child nutrition
• Bronchitis
• Diarrhoea
• Evaluation of development

Dr. Josep Maria Cubells Fuentes

Dr. Josep Maria Cubells Fuentes

Head of the Paediatrics Department

• General paediatrics
• Preventative paediatrics
• Early detection of deafness
• Vaccinations
• Evaluation of weight-height development

Dr. Vicente Molina Morales

Dr. Vicente Molina Morales


• Neonatology
• Maternal breastfeeding
• Neonatal feeding and breastfeeding
• General paediatrics
• Vaccinations

Contact online (patients only)

Dr. Josep Maria Gairí Tahull

Dr. Josep Maria Gairí Tahull


• Paediatric pulmonology
• Chronic wheezing
• Spirometry
• Obstructive bronchitis
• Achondroplasia

Dr. Xavier Viñallonga Sardà

Dr. Xavier Viñallonga Sardà


• Skin diseases
• Child nutrition
• Bronchitis
• Diarrhoea
• Evaluation of development

"Paediatricians and specialists coordinate to ensure the child and adolescent’s holistic health."
Dr. Xavier Viñallonga


Paido Children’s Health offers an outpatient paediatric consultation service where children will be attended by a team of paediatricians and nurses specialising in caring for children, both monitoring their development and yearly well-child check-ups and vaccinations, and whenever they need care because they become ill.

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Teaching and training

At Paido Children’s Health, we believe that the best way to guarantee a child’s holistic health is by coordinating efforts among everyone in charge of their care.

For this reason, the paediatricians and different specialists meet weekly in the clinical sessions they hold.

Workshops and courses

What is more, every year the Paediatrics Department holds an Outpatient Paediatric Workshop to bring the staff up-to-date on topics of paediatric interest. This workshop is open to all paediatricians and specialists in children’s health. Paido Children’s Health also organises other courses targeted at parents, such as Basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in children.

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Paediatric specialities

The health care and development of our children requires the support of different subspecialties of Paediatrics, whether medical and surgical.

Paido Child Health offers a team of specialists in different areas of Paediatrics for children to be attended when required at any stage of life, whether newborns, infants, children or adolescents. The multidisciplinary team allows that different specialists and paediatricians remain the contact to ensure a full traceability of our patients.

An allergy is the immune system’s exaggerated response when it comes into contact with different external elements (allergens) which are harmful to it. A specialist in paediatric allergology administers a variety of tests (skin, blood and trigger tests) to diagnose and thus effectively treat pathologies related to the following kinds of allergies:

  • Respiratory allergies: asthma and rhinitis
  • Food allergies: milk, eggs, nuts, etc.
  • Allergies to medicines: antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, etc.
  • Skin allergies: rashes, dermatitis
The paediatric surgery team in our department is made up of different professionals who tend to any surgical problem which a child may have, from their first few hours of life until their adolescence.
The field of paediatric surgery includes: prenatal diagnosis and consulting, neonatal surgery, general surgery, plastic surgery and urological surgery.

    • Neonatal surgery: This treats congenital malformations such as oesophageal atresia, omphalocele, gastroschisis, thoracic pathology, grave complications in premature babies such as enterocolitis and more common complications such as hernias.
    • General surgery: hernias, appendicitis and other abdominal pathologies such as intestinal invagination, poor intestinal rotation, primary peritonitis, etc. It also treats other pathologies which are treatable by paediatric surgery, such as phimosis, cryptorchidy and testicular pathology, lymphoma, thoracic pathologies, skin problems and more.
    • Plastic surgery: The areas of interest are facial malformations, especially cleft lip and palate, malformations of the auricles and face and neck tumours in children.
    • Urological surgery: Counselling and surgical treatment of genital anomalies and dysfunctions of the bladder, as well as anomalies in the urinary tract, either prenatal or neonatal, and during childhood and adolescence.
      • Genital anomalies other than phimosis include buried penis, hypospadias, epispadias, cryptorchidy, varicocele and grave congenital defects such as bladder exstrophy
      • Bladder urine dysfunctions such as incontinence for a variety of reasons, neurogenic bladder, either because of congenital defects or post-traumatic, among other causes.
      • Anomalies of the urinary tract, such as ectasia and, hydronephrosis, megaureter, double systems, ectopic ureter, vesicoureteral reflux, diverticular disease, ureterocele, posterior urethral valves and other anomalies.

In general, many of the operations are done on an outpatient basis with the goal of ensuring that the child is in hospital only as long as needed and can go through their post-operative recovery at home. These outpatient operations have a previous pre-operative visit to assess the child and perform any pre-operative tests requested by the surgeon prior to the operation.

From the surgical standpoint, the child’s treatment will require an integrated team made up of not only the surgeon but also the anaesthesiologists, paediatricians, nurses and other healthcare staff, as well as the neonatal unit and the neonatal ICU, and, if needed, the intensive care unit of the Quirón Dexeus University Hospital.
The Department of Paediatrics provides care by the Paediatric Surgery team 365 days a year.

Skin diseases in children need to be treated by a dermatologist who has specific training in diagnosing and treating this group of patients.
The paediatric dermatology specialists in our department will diagnose, treat and monitor the following pathologies, as needed:

  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Diaper rash
  • Seborrheic dermatitis
  • Acne
  • Warts and water warts
  • Skin infections
  • Birthmarks and moles
  • Vascular malformations

Food is a cornerstone of our patients’ health. What children eat affects their growth and physical and intellectual development. It can affect their health and prevent them from developing illnesses, or even improve their development. Eating behaviour patterns are adopted during infancy, childhood and adolescence. Our experts in child nutrition will help parents to adopt their child’s food to different situations, such as:

  • Food for overweight and obese children
  • Food intolerances and allergies
  • Excess cholesterol
  • Tips for vegetarian diets
  • Excess cholesterol
  • Tips for vegetarian diets
  • Diets for athletes
  • Diets for diabetics and sufferers of other chronic diseases
Paediatric endocrinology is a sub-speciality of paediatrics which is charged with studying the diseases of the child’s glands and hormones. The main issues it treats are:

      • Growth problems
      • Puberty problems
      • Thyroid pathology
      • Diabetis mellitus
      • Pathology of the adrenal glands
      • Pathology of the pituitary gland
      • Obesity
      • Dyslipidemia (disorders involving cholesterol and triglycerides)
Specialists in respiratory physical therapy have a variety of different techniques to manipulate the child’s ribcage in order to drain respiratory secretions.

This is an individualised treatment for each child whose goal is to improve their respiratory mechanics and help to lower the risk of respiratory infections.

The respiratory physical therapist helps to eliminate excess mucous from the respiratory tract, so the children who can benefit from this therapy are ones that are affected by asthma, rhinitis, bronchitis, bronchiolitis or bronchiectasis.

Paediatric gastroenterology specialists are charged with diagnosing and treating diseases of the digestive tract, the most frequent of which include:

  • Gastro-oesophageal reflux
  • Gastro-oesophageal rejection
  • Weight loss or failure to gain weight
  • Eosinophilic oesophagitis
  • Gastritis due to Helicobacter Pylori
  • Recurring abdominal pain
  • Malabsorption syndromes
  • Celiac disease
  • Constipation
  • Intestinal inflammatory diseases
  • Diseases of the liver and bile ducts
  • Digestive intolerance of lactose and fructose
Specialists in clinical genetics are charged with diagnosing, caring for and providing advice to children who have been detected with a genetic illness, along with their family.

To make an accurate diagnosis, the geneticist will use classic methods such as the family history and an exploration of the child’s clinical signs, as well as more modern and specific methods, such as DNA testing methods based on a small sample of the patient’s blood.

This sub-speciality of paediatrics is charged with investigating blood and organ illnesses such as joints, ganglia and the spleen. The haematological pathologies in children that can be investigated and treated via our paediatric outpatient service are:

  • Study of anaemia: lack of iron, thalassemia, etc.
  • Platelet illnesses such as primary immune thrombocytopenia
  • Clotting illnesses such as haemophilia
Pediatric pulmonology is a specialty that covers multiple diseases of the respiratory system from birth to adolescence, including:

  • Bronchopulmonary dysplasia of the premature baby.
  • Congenital bronchopulmonary malformations.
  • Recurrent bronchitis.
  • Respiratory infections.
  • Asthma.

In situations that require it, this specialty is coordinated with the Units of allergy, otolaryngology and respiratory physiotherapy.

Specialists in speech therapy are charged with the following:

  • Language delays and disorders
  • Pronunciation errors
  • Atypical swallowing
  • Difficulties learning to read and write
  • Dyslexia

The goal of paediatric nephrology is to study and treat children and adolescents with kidney diseases. This speciality is also charged with early diagnosis and prevention of kidney pathologies in children with the goal of protecting them throughout their development. Within this area, the following services are offered:

  • Study of kidney function
  • Repeated urinary tract infections
  • Nephropathies caused by vesicoureteral reflux
  • Cystic kidney diseases
  • Nephrotic syndrome
  • Blood in the urine
  • Arterial hypertension
Our centre offers a team of specialists devoted to the surgical treatment of neurological and cranial pathologies. Their field of action includes:

  • Congenital malformations such as hydrocephaly, spina bifida, craniosynostosis, cranial-facial malformations, etc.
  • Surgical treatment and monitoring of cranial injuries
  • Surgery of tumours affecting the nervous system
Paediatric neurology is a specialisation which encompasses multiple pathologies that affect both the central and peripheral nervous systems from birth until adolescence.

The neurological diseases that it treats include:

  • Developmental delays
  • Epilepsy and febrile convulsions
  • Genetic diseases which affect the neurological system
  • Tracking the after-effects of premature birth

In situations that require it, this speciality is coordinated with the Child and Adolescent.

The multidisciplinary team in this unit is in charge of preventing, diagnosing and providing comprehensive treatment of oral and dental pathologies from the newborn to the adolescent. To achieve a more precise diagnosis, we have state-of-the-art imaging technologies.

The scope of care provided by this unit includes:

  • Dental hygiene
  • Oral and dental injuries
  • Cavities: prevention, diagnosis and treatment
  • Dental malocclusion and malposition: orthodontics
The paediatric service has a unit for child psychology, neuropsychology and psychiatry, as well as speech therapy and pedagogy. We care for children and adolescents with emotional, behaviour, developmental and learning problems.


  • Unit to detect and treat learning disorders in order to diagnose and treat difficulties in the areas of learning (ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, alterations in executive functions, other intellectual capacities, etc.).
  • Unit on emotional and behavioural disorders: sleep disorders, eating disorders, mood disorders, difficulties relaxing, psychosomatic problems, etc.
  • Unit on adoption, with the goal of monitoring and providing support throughout the adoption process, both before and after adoption.
  • Unit on developmental disorders among children from birth to age 4, including cognitive, motor, language and affect problems.
  • Unit on language, speech and communication: specific language disorders, language difficulties, dyslalia, stuttering, articulatory and swallowing problems, etc.
    Unit on caring for the after-effects of brain damage resulting from perinatal problems, injuries, etc.

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The paediatricians in the Neonatology Unit deal with consultations on neonatal monitoring in order to provide specific monitoring of premature newborns and other babies with a risk of developmental disorders from the moment they are released from the hospital until ages 3-5.
The goal of this unit is to offer parents support after their child is released from the hospital and, in conjunction with the child’s paediatrician, to identify any alterations that might arise in their development early enough to refer them to the units specialised in the problems they may have.
This speciality focuses on studying the injuries to the child’s or adolescent’s muscular-skeleton system, either congenital or acquired, INCLUDING traumatic, infectious or caused by tumours. It is oriented at diagnosing and treating diseases that affect the bones, joints, ligaments and tendons, including:

  • Traumatic injuries
  • Arthritis and osteomyelitis
  • Anomalies in the position of the extremities
  • Flat feet
  • Asymmetries in the extremities
  • Hip pain
  • Perthes disease, Osgood-Schlatter disease, Sever’s disease, etc.
  • Prenatal diagnosis of malformations
  • Care for children and adolescents with amputations
  • Walking and movement analysis

Specialized Care Units

In addition to offering personalized care for each paediatric speciality, Paido Children’s Health reinforces its medical attention through its specific treatment units for the areas of child and adolescent health that require special knowledge and care.

These units are characterized by being multidisciplinary, such that different specialists coordinate with each other to deal with the possible pathologies from different spheres of action.

Bearing in mind the profound changes in physical and intellectual development that occur at the onset of adolescence, Paido Children’s Health offers a consultation and holistic specific care service for adolescents starting at age 12, which provides the child and their family with a unit that offers medical treatments, gynaecology and psychology specialised in the prevention, early detection, evaluation and treatment of possible disorders during a stage of enormous psychological and physical changes.


  • Head of the unit: Núria Curell, MD (Paediatrician)
  • Gynaecology: Núria Parera, MD
  • Psychiatry: Nuria Gómez, MD and Llorenç March, MD
  • Psychology: Maria Caral, BS, Sonia Ricart, BS and Xènia Moliner, BS

Children’s development is determined by the acquisition of a series of skills at specific ages. Sometimes there may be a delay, or children may have difficulties acquiring these skills. In these cases, precise, early diagnosis is important to help guide parents towards appropriate individualised treatment so that it is easier to prevent future difficulties and a child’s evolution improves.

This unit, designed for children aged birth through 4, is made up of an interdisciplinary team that offers diagnosis and treatment of developmental disorders, as well as advice to parents and teachers. It also provides a programme to monitor children with potential risks (from premature birth, chronic diseases, neurological diseases, etc.).

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This multidisciplinary team of experts, made up of a paediatrician specialising in mother-child health, a specialist in maternal breastfeeding and a specialist in breast pathologies, offers a service to detect and treat possible conflicts that could hinder breastfeeding. Early diagnosis is particular targeted at breast engorgement, mastitis, abscesses, painful breast and nipple, short lingual fraenum and maternal thyroid disorders.

The treatment primarily revolves around breastfeeding and inducement of breastfeeding in adoptive mothers, specific assistance when this form of infant nutrition ends and the supply of additional foods. This medical unit also has a complementary pre-birth referral service.

  • Head of the unit: Dr. Luis Ruiz Guzmán
Paido Children’s Health offers a medical and psychological consulting service targeted at families who have decided to adopt a child.

The primary purpose of this multidisciplinary team of specialists is to support the future parents in this process to ensure that the adopted child is welcomed and integrated without any problems.


  • Head of the unit: Dra. Sol Florensa (Paediatrician)
  • Paediatrics: Dra. Grisel Vilagrasa
  • Neuropsychology: Dra. Virginia Trèmols
Given that eating habits are determined during childhood, and that food has direct repercussions on the child’s physical and intellectual growth, it is particularly important to inculcate children in healthy eating habits from a young age, as well as to design a personalised nutrition system adapted to the specific needs of each child.


  • Coordinator of the unit: Dra. Sol Florensa (Paediatrician)
  • Paediatric endocrinologist: Dra. M. Antònia Caravaca
  • Gastroenterologist and nutritionist: Dra. Luz Santana
  • Psychologist: Lda. Xènia Moliner

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This unit is targeted at patients affected by growth and development pathologies, congenital bone diseases and similar issues.

  • Head of the unit: Dr. Josep Maria Gairi
This unit provides children with the most cutting-edge technology in the early detection of deafness. The Auditory Evoked Potentials (AEP) test yields perfectly reliable results which quickly, painlessly and easily allow any possible dysfunction in the auditory organs to be identified just 24 hours after the baby is born.

Early diagnosis of deafness, that is, a diagnosis made before the child turns three years old, allows treatment to be applied quickly, which minimises the consequences that auditory problems tend to generate in the child’s communicative, social and cognitive capacities.

Head of the unit: Dr. Josep Maria Cubells
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