Hospital San Roque Maspalomas

Hospital San Roque Maspalomas Las Palmas clinic 1

Hospital San Roque Maspalomas specialises in cosmetic surgery and MAP / IVF. Founded in 1920, this ISO 9001:2008 certified clinic is located in Las Palmas, Spain. See customer reviews, before/after photos and ask for the price of surgery abroad. Fill in the form for a free pre-diagnosis. Quick response.

Hospital San Roque Maspalomas, Las Palmas, Spain

Hospital San Roque Maspalomas was founded in 1920 and has 149 beds and a number of specialist units, including cardiology, dentistry, dermatology, ENT, general surgery, neurology, obstetrics and gynaecology, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, plastic surgery and urology. The hospital provides 24-hour emergency care in 18 emergency units and is equipped with 6 operating theatres, 8 special unit beds and 10 haemodialysis units.

All departments and operating theatres are equipped with the latest technology currently available. The hospital has a team of highly qualified staff in each of the specialities it covers. You can be sure of receiving the best possible care tailored to your needs. San Roque Hospital works with all the major national and foreign insurance companies.

Clinic speciality :

Aesthetic Surgery
Breast lift
Breast implants
Breast reduction
Skin Filling
Plastic surgery consultation
Treatment of varicose veins
Wrinkle treatment

Artificial insemination


Interpreting services
PRM accessible rooms
Internet consultation
In-room telephone
Private rooms
Religious facilities
Food precautions
TV in room

City: Las Palmas – Country: Spain – Founded: 1920
Accreditation: ISO 9001:2008 – Language(s) spoken: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish

Reviews of Hospitals San Roque Maspalomas

Michelle Lock
Michelle Lock
18:13 06 Jul 23
My father was admitted to ICU last Friday. I can honestly say from past experiences in this hospital this time the care has been outstanding. The care staff and doctors but especially the translators. One lady in picticular Claudi. I want to say a big thank you for the reassurance she gave myself and mother nothing was too much trouble.
Daniel Todd
Daniel Todd
10:11 04 Jun 23
Whilst on holiday I suffered a collapsed lung and went to the San roque hospital for treatment. I can honestly say they were amazing and really looked after me. The nurses and doctors were brilliant and made sure I was comfortable. The only thing that was a little daunting was being in the intensive care unit and not having access to my phone to make contact with my wife and children. They were very understanding and allowed me to make plenty calls via their phone though.Overall a massive thank you to the team. Great care and they constantly checking drains and changing cannulas
Samantha Baines`
Samantha Baines`
20:57 02 Aug 23
I visited the hospital on Monday 31st as I had fallen getting out of the swimming pool at our resort. The paperwork took longer than the actual consultation, x-rays, diagnosis and putting my wrist in a cast. The lady who helped me with translation was fantastic, all the staff were extremely efficient and the hospital on the whole was very clean. Many thanks for looking after me.
Vikki Holding
Vikki Holding
22:01 26 May 23
If I could give this hospital 0 stars I would.We had a serious medical emergency with my mum whilst we were in Maspalomas and the care she received was shocking.The ambulance crews aren't the fault of the hospital, so I won't include that, but from being dropped off at the hospital until release I was disgusted with her treatment.She was taken to hospital due to a suspected heart attack, and before we'd even walked through the door the guy on reception demanded we pay €500. Nobody would even consider treating my mum until we'd paid this deposit, even though we had full insurance and GHIC. I was waiting for my partner to arrive as he was driving behind the ambulance, when the receptionist came outside and said "So are you going to pay?".We eventually just paid the money so she could be seen as it was essentially life and death.This was promptly refunded as we didn't need to pay due to the GHIC.As for her treatment whilst in the hospital... Well they did some bloods and thankfully ruled out a heart attack, but then diagnosed a chest infection without her having any symptoms whatsoever. She wasn't offered a blanket when she was shivering, water or anything.She had something injected in to her arm without being told what it was, or why, and nobody even asked how she felt. She was then given antibiotics usually used for anthrax poisoning, which made her super sick.The few blood tests they did came back clear, but upon seeing our own GP, she was immediately given more blood tests to check for clots/pulmonary embolism as well as her not even having a chest infection. Nobody even suggested this whilst in San Roque.I could go on for hours, but if you ever need emergency care and get a choice, go to a different hospital!
Patryk Woch
Patryk Woch
10:33 09 Aug 23
Disaster !I mean receptionist doesn’t speak English even a single world. Workers are rude. The rest was ok.Before do the Magnetic Resonance they askyou to remove all metal things which is completely understandable but piercing form my nose !? … -Fancu** . I did 6 Magnetic Resonance in Germany and they never ask me to remove piercing form my nose … what if I got piercing in my 🍆? Ladies in nipples or 🍑.. are you checking them / are you asking to remove in that small cabine where u can change ? I got metal Join in my hip so I been quite a lot under resonance and never was problem …Standards far far far from German one !!!Here welcome in España.
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