What are emergency services like in Granada?
When we asked members about emergency services in Granada, they wrote...
"Emergency services in Granada are provided by the Spanish National Health System. In the event of an emergency, you can call 112 to request an ambulance. The emergency services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The ambulance will be dispatched to the location of the emergency and will provide medical assistance. In addition to the ambulance service, the emergency services also provide fire and police services," explained one expat living in Granada, Spain.
"Emergency care at the private hospital is excellent. I’ve used it and was able to be seen by a doctor and out in less than two Hours. The hospital I used was Vithas and they provided translation service for patients. Most doctors at Vithas speak English, too," said another in Granada, Spain.
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