The doctors surgeries at San Pedro health centre will shortly be moving to a temporary site where they will stay for around two years.
The site is about 100 metres from the existing building, which is due to be rebuilt as part of a 4.6-million-euro investment by the regional health service.
To allow the building work to start, Marbella council has ceded land nearby for portacabins and a concrete base will be laid first before the move.
For the moment the emergency services at the health centre will stay operational at the existing site, but they too will move to the temporary location once the building work at the new centre is more advanced.
The new centre, once completed on the existing building's site, will cover 3,441 square metres and house orthodontistry, mental health and physiotherapy services for the first time.