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Murcia Region Public Health Centres

Your local public health centre, run by Murcia Salud, part of the Murcia regional government, is your gateway to Spanish public healthcare and support if related to a short-term or long-term medical condition or disability. It is also a route to applying for social care where the need is linked to a medical condition being treated by doctors at the health centre. While some staff do speak some English, this cannot always be guaranteed so it is advisable to take a Spanish speaker or interpreter for appointments if needed.

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Coverage area and additional information

Click on the weblink below to open up the page of the Murcia public health service website from where you can see a list of towns in the Murcia region. Click on the main town / municipal area where you live (the council area you come under) and a list of health centres (centros de salud) comes up. Those called ‘consultorios locales’ (local surgeries) tend tot have shorter opening times than the larger health centres (centros de salud).

Click on the name of each health centre to get a full page of information about it, including the nearest out of hours emergency centre. Health centres generally open from 8am to 3pm and many have 24-hour coverage for emergencies. NB: your larger town may be a little way away from you but there may be a local centre closer.

Contact information
Full address The web link shown here can also help you find the contact and address number of your local health centre.
Languages Spanish spoken
Timetable See the web search for normal opening times and also nearby out-of-hours emergency alternative centres and times if your normal centre is closed.
Type of organisation Public

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