Medical Insurance

Medical insurance

Before leaving your country, European Union students must apply for their European heath card as well as insurance that will cover the following eventualities:

  • Accident
  • International health transport
  • Repatriation in the event of death.

Before leaving their country, non-EU students must take out insurance that covers the following eventualities:

  • Accident
  • Illness
  • International health transport
  • Repatriation in the event of death.

If you do not have a policy that covers the requirements indicated, the University of Valladolid offers you the possibility of taking out a policy that covers the full duration of the policy-holder’s stay, no matter how long it is. The cost of this policy may vary every year so we recommend you check this information on its official website.

The link to this policy may be found at: www.oncampus.es

 

How to get to the doctor or to hospital

Donwload here the Document with the emergency protocol.

The telephone number for all emergencies in Spain is: 112

  • Students with private insurance

They should ask their insurance company which doctors and hospitals they can go to.

  • Students with a European health card

In order to receive medical attention, you should take your European health card to the health centre. You can check which health centre is yours through the following webpage: http://servicios.jcyl.es/siis/SIISPortalCentroAcudirCn.do

To receive emergency medical attention, you can go directly to the emergency unit at the hospital:

Valladolid

HOSPITAL PÍO DEL RÍO HORTEGA
Dulzaina s/n, 47012 Valladolid
Tel. 983 420400

HOSPITAL CLÍNICO UNIVERSITARIO
Avda. Ramón y Cajal, s/n – 47005 Valladolid
Tel. 983 420000

Palencia

HOSPITAL RÍO CARRIÓN
Ponce de León, s/n
Tel. 979 167000

Segovia

HOSPITAL GENERAL
Carretera de Avila, s/n
Tel. 921 419100

Soria

HOSPITAL DE SORIA
Paseo de Santa Bárbara, s/n
Tel. 975 234300