Antiguo Hospital de Santa Tecla, Tarragona

(3.8/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • The old Hospital of Santa key, is located on calle de Les Coques, next to the biblical Museum and today is the seat of the Regional Council of the Tarragonès. Was founded in 1171 by the Archbishop Hugo de Cervelló. Only the facade remains. It is a porch with five arches supported on pillars with columns attached to the main façade and two more small to the Western arches. Magnificently restored. In its interior, next to a wall, is is the chapel of Santa key and the narrow street of Santa key.
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  • He old Hospital of Santa key is is located, in the part high of the city, in the helmet historical, specifically in the street Les Coques, that is to them backs of the Cathedral. He was founded in the year 1171, and only has preserved the facade, a beautiful porch of five arches supported on columns attached to the main facade, and two smaller, on the West façade. The decoration of the capitals is geometric and vegetal character. It is a façade of great beauty, which does not go unnoticed, for no one. Now that you go to the Cathedral, go through this street, and see this interesting and historic building.
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  • We've been there and we spent some 3 times in front until you see, as it is only a facade even. Have no entry, visit or anything like that.
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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.
  • Is of shame to advance the time of intervention, that the family not been warned, that the patient is only. That are won? As if I am in the waiting room, are operating to my husband, not we could see us until he entered the operating room. I tried to call but he was already conducting hospital road. Not be so cojón... asked me my phone number. I have filed a complaint in writing I guess that Aguiar listened to me.
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  • The story of the...... HOSPITAL San PABLO and SANTA TECLA. .... it always lingers in the time marcel
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  • I have uploaded estat i the y i the profesionalitat is inquestionable. 309.2, of veins dificils, us expacient dona les gràcies. salut
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  • As a hospital, starting with medical emergencies, and they give you a plant enfermeras try honey, luckily my I can confirm I have recently entered 3 times quite serious, not very serious and they have made hands and sleeves because I on leave and thank them and them I can still rondinar to this world I wish all Governments end up once and forever all the cuts. So I like my os family we will be eternally grateful. As we say to these lands vouchers are COLLONUTS!!!
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