ESHA Spain

Connecting the Healthcare Industry with the English- Speaking Community in Spain

  • About Us

    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.
  • Visit the ESHA Directory

    Visit the ESHA Directory to find your local English speaking health professional. Search for an ESHA approved healthcare provider, either by sector or by location.
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  • Membership

    If you are an English-Speaking Healthcare professional, sign up to become an ESHA Spain approved healthcare business, appear in the ESHA Spain national business directory and get your business noticed
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ESHA Blog

  • 5% discount on antigen and PCR tests

    5% discount on antigen and PCR tests

    HM Hospitales and ESHA Spain are collaborating to bring you a 5% discount on antigen and PCR tests. Click on the link below to book your antigen or PCR testRead more

  • Travelling to Spain from the UK

    Travelling to Spain from the UK

    If you are thinking of travelling to Spain, you will find this extract from the UK government website helpful. If you need emergency medical assistance during your trip, dial 112 and ask for an ambulance. You should get a free UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) or European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) before leaving the UK. IfRead more

  • Psilocybin: Magic Mushrooms give promising results in trials for depression

    Psilocybin: Magic Mushrooms give promising results in trials for depression

    For over thirty years the preferred pharmacological treatment for depression has been Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) such as fluoxetine (the generic name for Prozac), citalopram, escitalopram and sertraline. The effect of SSRIs is to “take the edge off life” and in a way blunt experience, basically allowing people to care less, which is fairlyRead more

  • Sense of Time During Lockdown

    Sense of Time During Lockdown

    Anyone who has sat for hours in a waiting room understands that the passing of time is subjective, where time seems to ground to a halt accompanied only by the tick of a large wall clock. Compare this to how time passes when we are actively engaged in a pleasant task, what American Psychologist MihályRead more