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    The English-Speaking Healthcare Association Spain is a not for profit association, whose mission is to promote excellence and assure the quality of Healthcare attention to the English-Speaking community in Spain. Whilst also promoting the Healthcare industry amongst the English-speaking community.
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ESHA Blog

  • Preparing for a Hard Brexit

    Preparing for a Hard Brexit

    As we edge ever nearer a hard Brexit, Dominic Raab writes an open letter to the British community living in Spain offering advice on how UK Citizens can be best prepared for Brexit. “No matter the terms of our departure from the EU, you will continue to be able to live and work in Spain.Read more

  • Psychiatry in Spain

    Psychiatry in Spain

    A Psychiatrist deals with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental health conditions Unlike a Counsellor, Therapist or Psychologist, a Psychiatrist is a medical Doctor who has specialised in Psychiatry. This allows them to prescribe medication when necessary, but also recommend other types of treatment. A Psychiatrist can treat a wide range of conditions includingRead more

  • Common Plan against the British health insurance fraud

    Common Plan against the British health insurance fraud

    The Spanish Government and private health service are joining forces against insurance fraud from British companies. ASPE (Alianza de la Sanidad Privada Española) placed a new complaint before the European Commission and together they take measures to prevent a burden to the Spanish healthcare system. It is believed that up to 800 tourists a dayRead more

  • Vegans and vegetarians more prone to risk of stroke

    Vegans and vegetarians more prone to risk of stroke

    A slightly misleading title, but in a recent article published in the British medical Journal suggests that vegans and vegetarians may be at higher risk of stroke compared to their meat-eating counterparts. A long-term study followed the eating habits of 48,188 participants, who had no history of heart disease, stroke or angina, during 18 years.Read more