To prevent acute respiratory infections

The British Hospital launched a campaign aimed at caring for children AAA-CHOO! Respiratory diseases TAKING ACTION The arrival of the first cold of the year causes more diseases to circulate. The team of Paediatricians at the British Hospital, accompanying their patients, urge parents to...

The British Hospital prioritizes quality of care and reorganizes resources

The British Hospital has been supporting telephone consultations due to the increase of COVID 19 cases, the growing amount of tests done and the follow-up of confirmed cases, in answer to the increasing number of members and patients who require information, advice and...

The British Hospital Traumatology at the vanguard of the world

The British Hospital Traumatology Department which is a world reference in the specialty, is consolidated as an international and academic University Center focused on professional training and research. The British Hospital Traumatology Department creates scientific knowledge and trains...

World leading technology for laser surgery

The British Hospital incorporated True-Blue Laser, which allows bloodless coagulation, vaporization and surgery.   The British Hospital incorporated cutting-edge technology for laser surgery and trained professionals abroad from Otolaryngology Department to optimize its use and enhance...

The British Hospital lights up in orange to promote safe childbirth

The British Hospital lights up in orange the facade of its historic building on Italy Avenue, to promote safe and respectful childbirth and the safe care of the mother and the newborn, as part of the World Patient Safety Day, which is celebrated this Friday, 17th of September. In 2019 it was...

Teenagers and cannabis use

British specialist assured that "in adolescence there is no safe consumption" of this substance. The use of cannabis negatively affects the academic efficiency of adolescents, although it is not the path which leads them to the use of other substances, in adolescence there is no safe...