The Vall d'Hebron Barcelona Hospital Campus, better known as the Vall d'Hebron Hospital, is a hospital center with a world-wide reference in care, research, teaching and innovation, made up of four entities: the Vall d'Hebron University Hospital (which it is composed of four specialized centers: the General Hospital, the Children's Hospital, the Women's Hospital and the Traumatology, Rehabilitation and Burned Hospital); the Vall d'Hebron Research Institute (VHIR); the Vall d'Hebron Institute of Oncology (VHIO); and the Multiple Sclerosis Center of Catalonia (Cemcat).
Vall d'Hebron General Hospital is the largest hospital in Catalonia and includes all medical specialties and most of the surgical specialties of adults (especially those of maximum complexity and severity). In this center is also the first specific day hospital of hematology in Spain.
Highlighted areas of the Vall d'Hebron Hospital Barcelona
One of the areas in which this hospital located in the district of Horta - Guinardó stands out are adult and pediatric organ and tissue transplants. It is also a pioneer in the creation of the figure of the transplant coordinator, which facilitates the transition and integration of pediatric patients to adults. Oncology care is another important area of care (they are the center that attends to more cases in Catalonia), which is based on clinical and basic research carried out in the same hospital campus.
The Vall d'Hebron hospital center is located on the Passeig de la Vall d'Hebron, 119-129. In this long section of the avenue there are several accesses, by walk and by car, to reach the different hospitals (General, Maternal - Infant and Traumatology, Rehabilitation and Burned). In this interactive map you can see the situation of each building.
This hospital center has three emergency services corresponding to the three main hospitals: a general emergency service for adults in the General Hospital (the largest, clay-colored building), another for pediatric emergencies, obstetrics and gynecology located in the Children's and Women's Hospital (the white octagonal building), and another emergency service for emergencies related to the locomotor system and burns, located at the Traumatology, Rehabilitation and Burns Hospital (building behind the General Hospital).
Parking near the Vall d'Hebron Hospital
The Hospital Vall d'Hebron Barcelona has a paid parking with 600 places. If you are going to park one or several days, consider the Car Park BSM Sant Genís-Vall d'Hebron (it is cheaper). This car park also has two rates, one with which you can enter and leave when you want, and another even cheaper if you do not need to move the car during your stay. And if your stay is going to be long and you need to find cheaper options, even if it's not in the same area, use the parking search engine:
Do you need a hotel or an apartment near the Vall d'Hebron Hospital?
Click on the accommodation search engine of Booking, indicate the dates and the number of people. Then you can filter by type of accommodation, category and other criteria. In the list of results you will be able to see the distance to each lodging of the metro station of Vall d'Hebron, which is very close to the Hospital.
Where is it?
How to get there
Metro: L3 Vall d'Hebron / Montbau L5 Vall d'Hebron
Bus: 19, 27, 60, 76, 112, 119, 135, 185, B19, H4, V15, V21 (day buses) / N4 (night bus)