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(1) Contact us.

(2) Receive a preliminary general answer to your request.

(3) Fill-out the pre-admission form through our secure intraweb.

(4) Get a complete report with a personalized quotation.

(5) Establish contact with Dr. Oliver by phone call or video conference.

(6) Accept the proposed treatment and schedule of surgery including additional arrangements: flights, hotel, ground transportation etc.

(7) Pay the initial 65% of the agreed quote.

(8) Reception in Barcelona and remaining 35% payment.

(9) Surgical procedure.

(10) Follow-up.

A summary of your symptoms, past medical history and medical examination explained by yourself or complemented by a medical report.

The surgical procedure you are interested in.

Your most recent MRI examination and any other exam of the region of concern. (Please use our contact form to ease this process).

The booking process usually takes a couple of days, and can be organized as soon as every medical issue has been completely addressed. An approximate date will be chosen by you, and a definitive quote agreed on, including the terms previously discussed with our administration department: travel arrangements, insurance, before/after treatment, etc.
Yes we can. For example airport pick-up and hotel booking at our hospital campus can be done directly by our secretary or case manager, who will be appointed to you once all the procedure arrangements are made. A more complete package can also be offered through a private Medical Tourism Facilitator.
These answers to these questions depends on the patient and procedure. But in general we recommend arriving to Barcelona a couple of days in advance to the scheduled surgery. This permits enough time to review the medical records once again, and have an appointment with your surgeon for a complete medical examination, as well as getting some rest after your trip and have a first contact with the city of Barcelona. The hospital admission period varies from 1 to 4 days and an additional stay of 6 to 10 days before transoceanic travel is recommended.
From the medical point of view you will have to decide whether to perform the preoperative tests in your country or at our hospital. These issues will be addressed beforehand with our secretary. You should remember to bring the MRIs, CT scans and X-rays that we decided in the preadmission process, your usual prescribed medication as well as any personal items you will need.
Every room has a spare bed for your convenience. You can order a suite room that includes a living room. For more details please ask our secretary and look at “FACILITIES” on our website.
All our doctors are fluent in English. In addition, our hospital has an International Department that assists foreign patients by facilitating English speaking nurses and other personnel, to make communication easy throughout your stay at our facilities.