Primary health care
The Primary Health Care Centre (CAP) is the first place you should go if you have a health problem or if you wish to prevent an illness. You will be assigned a CAP according to where you live. Schedule an appointment by Internet, or in person, and access the services available: diagnoses, prevention activities, and urgent or continuous care, among others.
The health card, which is for personal use and is non-transferable, identifies you as a member of the Catalan Health Care System, granting you access to public health care centres and services.
Got a medical emergency and don’t know where to go? CatSalut provides the telephone number 061 for health emergencies, as well as other resources.
The Farmaguia search engine for the Pharmacists Association of Barcelona will enable you to find the nearest pharmacies in real time.
If you wish to report a possible outbreak or a communicable disease in the city, contact the Barcelona Public Health Agency.
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Want to know what else is on the Internet? We have compiled a collection of websites and blogs to help you make the most of the city.
A non-profit association that aims to help and improve the situations of people affected by Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). (CAT)
All you need to know before travelling. (ES)
Tools for managing diet and nutrition for diabetes sufferers. (ES)
Service offering support, recuperation and refuge for women, children and youths who are victims of male violence. (CAT)
Information on the services offered by the ASSIR sexual and reproductive healthcare points and issues such as maternity, birth control and gender. (CAT)
The Youth Centre for Birth Control and Sexuality (CJAS) offers advice and information to adolescents and young adults so they might experience sexuality in a more positive and responsible way. (CAT)
Information on services, facilities and resources on mental health offered by various entities in Barcelona. (CAT)
An association made up of people who have experienced mental disorders and who work to improve the quality of life of this collective.