Hospital Clínic Accident and Emergency Department

In the event of a medical emergency, please dial 112 (Emergency Call Centre). This service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The Salut Respon (Health Answers) service, accessed by dialling 061, provides information and remote medical care, and can advise you whether you should go to the Hospital Clínic Accident and Emergency Department or whether there is another healthcare unit available that is more suitable.


The Hospital Clínic de Barcelona Accident and Emergency Department provides medical services to anyone with a health problem who requires immediate medical treatment.

Its referral population corresponds to its geographical location (the Left Side of the Eixample) and also to the treatment of diseases that, as a high-tech hospital, it has been allocated for patients in various parts of Catalonia.

When to go to the Accident and Emergency Department.

Accident and Emergency Department Centres

CUAP Manso. Primary care accident and emergency centre, with the professionals and technology required to treat non-life threatening urgent cases of moderate complexity (managed by the Catalan Health Institute)

Villarroel Accident and Emergency Centre. Treats all general diseases in adults, except for ophthalmology and gynaecology (includes sexual assault, since it is a referral centre for this type of assault).

Maternity Hospital Accident and Emergency Centre. Provides urgent care for obstetrics, gynaecology and ophthalmology.

Plató Accident and Emergency Centre. This Centre has all the technology required to deal with general emergencies in adults, except those emergencies that have a specific activation code, such as the Heart Attack Code, Stroke Code and Polytrauma Code.

The Accident and Emergency Service process From admission to discharge

The Hospital Clínic Accident and Emergency Department is located in a 7-storey building and patients are attended in specific locations, depending on their needs.
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Information for the person accompanying the A&E patient

The A&E patient’s companion can rest assured that the person they are accompanying will be looked after by a healthcare team specially trained to treat urgent medical conditions like that one that caused them to visit the Accident and Emergency Department
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