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Health

Health Centres

Emergency Telephone 112 Hospitals

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If you have a health problem, you can go to the Basic Zone Health Centre where you live. There you need to apply for a health card using form F1 (health card issuance application) and F6 (application for health care assistance rights for persons without resources). These forms can be provided at all Health Centres, Primary Assistance Agencies and Area Agencies. The forms should be presented at the Basic Zone Health Centre where you live, and at the same time you can exercise your right to choose your doctor.

You need to present the following documentation:

>Photocopy of passport or ID which proves who you are.

>Proof of insufficient economic resources.

>Declaration that you are not included in any Social Security Health program.

>Document of Social Security affiliation.

>Certification or note (volante) of “empadronamiento” (enrolment in civil registry), minors only if they are enrolled.

>Foreign minors need to prove that they are under 18.

In the health centre they will give you the “Users Copy” of the F1 form, with a sticker of subscription attached. This will serve as a temporary health care access document.

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It is a personal and non-transferable card that each member of the family should have, regardless of age, and regardless of whether they are the holder or the beneficiary.

If you are a pregnant woman you have the right to health care during the pregnancy, birth and post partum.

Furthermore, in the case of emergency care there is no process required except that of the documents needed to track the illness.

In order to find out which Health Centre corresponds to you, you can call User Assistance of the Primary Attention Agency, depending on which province you are in:

ÁVILA ... 920 25 19 66 BURGOS ... 947 28 05 05 LEÓN ... 987 84 05 56 PONFERRADA ... 987 41 92 65 PALENCIA ... 979 70 66 12 SALAMANCA ... 923 29 09 09 SEGOVIA ... 921 41 93 30 SORIA ... 975 21 00 07 VALLADOLID ESTE ... 983 31 01 06 VALLADOLLID OESTE ... 983 36 20 61 ZAMORA ... 980 53 58 68

You can also get information about processes to follow in order to obtain the documentation necessary en social services at the city halls, health centres, non-governmental associations and organizations which assist the immigrant population.

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TELEPHONE 112

In the case of an emergency, you can call telephone number 112. It will provide response to any inhabitants of the “Comunidad” in any situation of personal or group risk. With a call to 112, any person, group or institution, will get an immediate response to their emergency.

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This service provides continuous assistance in the following languages: >Spanish >English >French >Portuguese >German

If your health problem is more serious you can visit a specialist. This type of service includes visits, diagnosis, therapy, rehabilitation and care as well as the promotion of health, health education and disease prevention. The specialized attention guarantees the continuity of the treatment for the patient, once the possibilities of primary care have been exhausted and until the patient can return to primary care.

Specialised attention is available from the Specialist Centres in the Public Health Network hospitals of the Community of Castile and Leon, and in specific psychiatric centres.

This service is provided via different resources:

>Specialized Ambulatory care.

>Hospitalization.

>Home treatment and palliative care (hospice).

>Outpatient care.

>Psychiatric Assistive Devices.

>Hospital Emergency Care.

You can obtain information in the following centres:

>Area Health Administration (Gerencias de Salud de Área). >Specialty Care Administration (Gerencias de Atención

Especializada).

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Following is the process you need to follow in order to receive access to this type of specialized care:

>You may access ambulatory specialty care with referral from your primary care physician.

>Hospital stays are determined by the specialist physician.

>Access to hospital emergency services may be through your primary physician or in life threatening situations, direct.

In the case of a life threatening emergency you can go the following HOSPITALES:

ÁVILA

“Ntra. Sra. de Sonsoles” Hospital Ctra. de Madrid, 109. 05001 Ávila

Tel.: 920 35 80 00 - 920 35 80 21. Fax: 920 35 87 15 Provincial Hospital of Ávila

C/ Jesús del Gran Poder, 38. 05003 Ávila

Tel.: 920 35 72 00 - 920 35 72 03. Fax: 920 35 72 03 BURGOS

“General Yagüe” Hospital Avda. del Cid, 96. 09005 Burgos Tel.: 947 28 18 00. Fax: 947 28 18 29 “Fuente Bermeja” Hospital C/ Francisco Salinas, s/n. Burgos Tel.: 947 25 62 36. Fax: 947 20 83 41 “Santiago Apostol” Hospital Ctra. Orón, s/n. 09200 Miranda de Ebro Tel.: 947 34 90 00. Fax: 947 34 90 14 “Santos Reyes” Hospital

C/ Ruperta Baraya, 6. 09400 Aranda de Duero Tel.: 947 52 20 00. Fax: 947 52 20 12 Military Hospital

C/ Comendadores, s/n. 09001 Burgos Tel.: 947 25 62 46. Fax: 947 25 79 99

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LEÓN

Hospital of Leon

C/ Altos de Nava, s/n. 24071 León Tel.: 987 23 74 00. Fax: 987 23 33 22 “Monte San Isidro” Hospital

Ctra. de Asturias, Km. 300,9. 24008 León Tel.: 987 22 72 50. Fax: 987 24 32 52 “Santa Isabel” Hospital

Ctra. de Madrid, Km. 116

Tel.: 987 20 30 00. Fax: 987 24 04 05 “El Bierzo” Hospital

C/ Médicos Sin Fronteras, 7 24411 Fuentesnuevas-Ponferrada Tel.: 987 45 52 00. Fax: 987 45 53 00 PALENCIA

Palencia Hospital Complex - “Río Carrión” Hospital Avda. Donantes de Sangre, s/n.

Tel.: 979 16 70 00. Fax: 979 16 70 14 “San Telmo” Hospital

Avda. San Telmo, s/n. Tel.: 979 72 82 00 SALAMANCA

University Hospital of Salamanca -

Clinic Hospital and “Virgen de la Vega” Hospital Paseo de San Vicente, 58-182

37007 Salamanca

Tel.: 923 29 11 00 - 923 29 12 00 Fax: 923 29 11 31 - 923 29 12 11 “Virgen del Castañar” Hospital Travesía de Santa Ana, 4. 37700 Béjar Tel.: 923 40 23 71. Fax: 923 40 37 08 “Los Montalvos” Hospital

C/ Los Montalvos, s/n. Carrascal de Barregas Tel.: 923 33 01 63. Fax: 923 33 04 18

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SEGOVIA Hospital Complex

Ctra. de Ávila, s/n. 40002 Segovia Tel.: 921 41 91 00

SORIA

“Santa Bárbara” Hospital

Paseo de Santa Bárbara, s/n. 42005 Soria Tel.: 975 23 43 00. Fax: 975 23 43 05 “Virgen del Mirón” Hospital Ctra. de Logroño, 8. 42005 Soria Tel.: 975 22 08 50. Fax: 975 22 05 47 VALLADOLID

University Clinic Hospital

Avda. Ramón y Cajal, 3. 47005 Valladolid Tel.: 983 42 00 00. Fax: 983 25 75 11 “Río Hortega” University Hospital

C/ Rondilla de Santa Teresa, 9. 47010 Valladolid Tel.: 983 42 04 00. Fax: 983 33 15 66 “Medina del Campo” Hospital C/ Peñaranda, 24.

47400 Medina del Campo

Tel.: 983 83 80 00. Fax: 983 83 80 07 ZAMORA

“Virgen de la Concha” Hospital Avda. Requejo, 35

Tel.: 980 54 82 00. Fax: 980 51 28 38 Provincial Hospital

C/ Hernán Cortés, s/n.

Tel.: 980 52 02 00. Fax: 980 52 16 79 Local Hospital of Benavente C/ Hospital San Juan, 4

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SPECIALTY CENTRES CEP Arenas de San Pedro

Pº Pintor Martínez Vázquez s/n. 05400 Arenas de San Pedro (Ávila) Tel.: 920 37 01 31. Fax: 920 37 12 20

CEP Ávila

Avda. José Antonio, 24. 05001 Ávila Tel.: 920 35 80 00. Fax: 920 35 80 64 CEP Burgos

Avda. del Cid, 94. 09005 Burgos Tel.: 947 28 16 00. Fax: 947 22 72 67 CEP Aranda de Duero

C/ Burgo de Osma, s/n. 09400 Aranda de Duero (Burgos) Tel.: 947 51 15 22

CEP Villarcayo

C/ Rodríguez de Valcárcel, 12-14 Tel.: 947 13 19 22. Fax: 947 13 03 26 CEP José Aguado

José Aguado, s/n. 24005 León Tel.: 987 21 13 11. Fax: 987 25 27 63 CEP Hnos. Larrucea

Pº Condesa de Sagasta, 26-28. 24001 León Tel.: 987 23 30 00. Fax: 987 22 25 21 CEP Villablino

Carretera de Asturias, s/n. 24100 Villablino (León) Tel.: 987 47 09 93. Fax: 987 47 20 20

CEP Cervera de Pisuerga

C/ Felipe Calvo, s/n. 34840 Cervera de Pisuerga (Palencia) Tel.: 979 87 02 91. Fax: 979 87 07 14

CEP Ciudad Rodrigo

Avda. Conde de Foxá, s/n. 37500 Ciudad Rodrigo (Salamanca) Tel.: 923 46 12 09. Fax: 923 48 03 94

CEP Delicias

C/ Trabajo, 9-13. 47013 Valladolid Tel.: 983 39 51 05. Fax: 983 39 51 95

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CEP Pilarica

Pº del Cauce, s/n. 47013 Valladolid Tel.: 983 34 04 77. Fax: 983 39 51 68 CEP Arturo Eyries

C/ Puerto Rico, s/n. 47014 Valladolid

Tel.: 983 47 88 50 - 983 47 84 08. Fax: 983 27 44 20 CEP Benavente

C/ Río Cea, 1 bajo. 49600 Benavente (Zamora) Tel.: 980 63 51 16. Fax: 980 63 67 98

PUBLIC HEALTH

Resources for the Promotion of Health and Preventative Programs to those with access through the Health System

PROMOTING MOTHER / CHILD HEALTH

If you have a newborn, we would like you to know about a series of free programs that could benefit you. You can request information at your health centre, doctor's office or at the actual hospital.

Early detection of congenital illness “Prueba del Talón – Heel Test”

>Objective: Early detection of a series of congenital diseases and immediate treatment to prevent its development.

>Target Population: Newborns in Castile and Leon.

>Testing Facility: Hospitals and Health Centres.

>To access: Request information at the hospital or Health Centre.

Early detection of deafness in newborns (hypoacousis)

>Objective: Early detection of deafness in newborns to avoid serious consequences in the future.

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>Facility: Public hospitals.

>To access: Request information in your Health Centre or hospital. Children’s Vaccinations

>Objective: vaccinate all children in accordance with the Castile and Leon's vaccination calendar, in order to avoid the appearance of preventable diseases.

>Target Population: All children living in Castile and Leon.

>Facility: Health Centres, Territorial Health Service, Hospitals.

>To access: Request information in your Health Centre or Hospital. PROMOTION OF HEALTH IN THE COMMUNITY

Telephone number of information regarding sexuality, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (901 15 14 15)

>Objective: Give information and advice related to sexuality, contraception, prevention of unwanted pregnancies, and transmission of sexually transmitted diseases, a well as regarding the resources available in Castile and Leon and how to access them.

>Target Population: all young people living in Castile and Leon.

>To access: Call this telephone number, 901 15 14 15, it is answered in Spanish, is anonymous and confidential.

>Hours: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 7 P.M. to 12 midnight.

>Cost: 50% of the call.

Health information for young people

Everyone, and specifically young people have the Web page

http://www.sanidad.jcyl.es/sanidad/cmat their disposal. Using it you can find information about the following subjects: sexuality, anorexia and bulimia, drugs, health and travel, healthy nutrition, HIV / AIDS, physical exercise and sports, and accident prevention.

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Early detection of cancer in women

1. Early detection of breast cancer.

>Objective: Have a free mammogram (breast X-ray) in order to detect early any possibility of breast cancer, then treat it avoiding death or other consequences.

>Target population: Women from 45 to 69 years of age who live in Castile and Leon.

>Facilities: Mammogram Units.

>To access: Request information at your Health Centre or doctor’s office.

2. Early detection of cervical cancer.

>Objective: receive a free pap smear to for early detection of the possibility of cervical cancer, and avoid death or other consequences.

>Target Population: Sexually active women from 30 to 65 years of age, and women from 20 years of age if there are risk factors, residents of Castile and Leon.

>Facilities: Health Centres.

>To access: Request information in your Health Centre or Doctor’s office.

Adult Vaccination

>Objective: To vaccinate all adults in accordance with the vaccination schedule of Castile and Leon in order prevent the appearance of preventable diseases.

>Target Population: All adults living in Castile and Leon.

>Facilities: Health Centre, and Territorial Health Services.

>To Access: Request information in your health centre or the Territorial Health Services.

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