We really hope your holiday will be perfect and without problems, but as an accident could always occur, we think it may be useful to know that Rome has a various number of First Aids all over the city.
If you are struggling with an health problem, or you are involved in an accident, you can go to the First Aid to receive the best care for you.
The following hospitals provide a high quality medical assistance:
– San Filippo Neri, via Martinotti (Metro A line stop Valle Aurelia)
– Policlinico Umberto I, Viale del Policlinico, 155
– San Giovanni Addolorata, via dell’Amba Aradam 9 (Metro A line stop San Giovanni)
– San Camillo Forlanini, via Portuense 332
– Policlinico Universitario Tor Vergata, viale Oxford 81
– Policlinico A. Gemelli, Largo Agostino Gemelli, 8
– Azienda Ospedaliera Sant’Andrea, via di grottarossa 1035/1039
– Sant’Eugenio, Piazzale dell’Umanesimo, 10
– Bambino Gesù= Pediatric First Aid, Piazza sant’Onofrio, 4
– C.T.O. Andrea Alesini (Traumatology Unit), via S. Nemesio, 21
Even if Rome is served by a high number of First Aid/Emergency Medicine departments, you may need to consult a physician or a doctor for a minor health problem, such as a small infected wound, fever or a cough. In this case, is highly recommended not to approach the Emergency Department as you will be charged for the health service if your condition is not actually a serious condition.
In this case, “Regione Lazio” and “Comune di Roma”, with the regional health care system provide a medical care service for tourists, which you can consult for any minor accident/healt problem or not life-threatening condition.
This is the address and the opening hours:
Presidio Territoriale di Prossimità Nuovo Regina Margherita, via Morosini 30
Opening hours: 24/24 7/7
You can reach it by tram, n°3,8 or by Bus H,44,75,115,125,780