During one of my many walks in Ibiza town, I noticed this great looking public building. I was surprised when I realized that it was actually a hospital: Centre Salut Vila. It looks nothing like the typical depressing institutionalized hospitals I'm used to seeing. This one looks good: simple, modern, minimalist. I actually peeked inside (sorry no pictures from inside, I didn't feel it was respectful to the patients inside), the indoor space was really nice as well. It had a very open and airy feel and there was a lot of natural light coming inside the building, partially due to a little indoor courtyard. I imagine it's much better to work in a hospital like this one than the typical old, stuffy and dark hospitals. I think good design and integration of natural light and plants help patients feel better faster in a hospital.
The two large openings in the following picture are for the ambulances to come in. The garage seems to have been designed in such a way that the passerby can't see too much of the "action" as ambulances arrive to the hospital, which is a great idea.
I love the way the windows and garage entrance were designed. They look like they were carved out of the building.