SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital Private hospital in Barcelona, Spain

Sant Joan de Déu (SJD) Barcelona Children’s Hospital in Spain is one of Europe’s leading specialised paediatric centres.

Offering comprehensive care for women, children and adolescents, the hospital is staffed by more than 600 specialists who work at the forefront of innovation and research to offer the latest therapies and treatments in the fields of paediatrics and maternal health. In particular, the hospital offers innovative therapies across all rare childhood cancers and blood diseases and has one of the lowest mortality rates in Europe for congenital heart disease surgery.

As a private non-profit institution, SJD Barcelona Children`s Hospital offers private hospital services, including second opinion, to international patients. Specialties available include bone marrow transplant, paediatric oncology and haematology, congenital heart disease, paediatric orthopaedics, neurology, ophthalmology, genetics, rare diseases, kidney and urological diseases, ENT and reconstructive surgery.

International patient and their families are supported before, during and after their stay by the hospital`s dedicated International Services team.

Treatments provided

  • Atrial septal defect (ASD) repair

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Organisation type

Hospital/clinic

Address

Passeig de Sant Joan de Déu, 2
Esplugues de Llobregat
Barcelona
08950
Spain

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