Every SLU-Madrid student registered, with at least 1 credit, is covered by Sanitas Health Insurance
. You must get your new Sanitas card each session at the Student Life Office in Padre Rubio Hall.
You can go to any of the doctors who work with Sanitas and any of the hospitals which accept Sanitas Health Insurance with no charge.
If you choose to go to other hospitals or doctors you will be charged and there will be no reimbursement. Therefore please check the following webpages to find out where you should go.
Remember, PLEASE PICK UP YOUR SANITAS CARD EACH SESSION. Accidents happen, please do not wait until you need the card to request it.
The SLU-Madrid Campus does not have a Medical center. However, Saint Louis University – Madrid Campus works with a fully bilingual, U.S.-trained physician. While he does not work on campus, Dr. Borrás’ office is easy to reach using public transportation.
Dr. Rubén Borrás (English, Spanish)
C/ Padilla, 20 bajo derecha
Metro: Núñez de Balboa (Lines 5 and 9)
T: 91 575 9834
Please look at our Counseling Services
webpage in case you think you may need a counselor to deal with your sickness, time of recovery, etc.
In case you have been a victim of a sexual assault contact SLU-Madrid Counseling Services
24/7 emergency number: +34 609 269 323 or the Spanish Emergency number (free call): 112.
SLU-Madrid Sexual Assault Policy
In case of an unexpected pregnancy you may seek SLU-Madrid Counseling Services
for counseling and/or phone the Spanish Unexpected Pregnancy Help line: 900 500 505 (free call)
This Help line will put you in touch with a network of more than 40 different entities in Madrid who will provide you from counseling services to a whole year of accommodation and resources for you and your baby. Look up this network at Red de Apoyo a Jóvenes Embarazadas de la Comunidad de Madrid
or look up http://www.embarazoinesperado.es/
if you are in Spain but not live in the Community of Madrid.