Antiguo Hospital de Santa Tecla, Tarragona

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3.8/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • It is very close to the Cathedral and is a beautiful medieval building. Our free tour guide told us the history of hospitals and of Santa Tecla, who is the patron saint of the city.
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  • Next to the Cathedral. A few well preserved Romanesque arcades hold the most "modern" building. It is a beautiful place which gives a narrow, quiet streets and with enough greenery. There is also a small niche with the image of the Saint. A pity not move if you go to the Cathedral.
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  • Although the facaha only keeps this former Hospital, is an invitation authenticated to connoisseurs of art combining Roman and Renaissance. Located very close to the Cathedral, is nas to acosejable to visit it. Abstain is who seek something more than not is a facade, since what is located in this enclave is a building government.
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  • We went to the hospital as a result of an accident my daughter had at a water park whereby it was pretty obvious she had broken her toe. We arrived at the hospital with some documents from the park (insurance related as the accident happened on their site) and were promptly dealt with by the "Foreign Language Patient Assistant" (Deborah I think her name was - excellent English, very helpful and very friendly). We had a brief wait (15mins) before having an initial assessment carried out in the Emergency department who promptly sent us for an X-Ray to confirm that the toe was indeed broken. We barely sat down in the X-ray department before being brought in for the X-Ray and then were forwarded straight up to the Peadriatics department for consultation with doctor about the results of the X-Ray. After another brief wait (15 / 20 mins) we were brought into the consultancy room where a lovely doctor again put my daughter at ease and through the translation services of "Deborah" we understood exactly what had happened and what we needed to do (and all with a smile on our faces as the staff were so friendly). My daughter was patched up, we received our prescription for pain (note that the pharmacy is directly across the road from the entrance to the Hospital) and left having received excellent attention and patient care for the relatively brief time we were there. The hospital was clean, efficient and bright. It had clearly laid out walkways and excellent friendly staff everywhere we went. Tks to all concerned for making what was a worrying event for my daughter seem pretty harmless in the end. She certainly has no fear of a hospital after it anyway. Regards, Paddy Barry.
  • workers make every effort to ateder the sick but as hospital do not advise it is nefarious is the tenth century do not have air conditioning and fans full of virus and co have the window open and the emergency door soil full of stains etc. the offices have and to go to the emergency room. a political esque.repu. I had an aficina with air clear others who die each day are complaints but it passes by ai.
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  • In a matter of a year they have entered two of my relatives and I have operated my self, and practically always were friendly and eager to help. Pity that it weighs them that public health will be overwhelmed
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  • Excellent service and excellent staff. I really like the operation of the ICU.
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  • Thank you for the quick help. Great children's Department. It can only recommend the KH!
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