Your English doctor in Barcelona

The general practitioner treats patients in cases of illness or basic injuries and are those that refer patients to specialists, if needed. They treat patients of all ages, all genders and are able to diagnose and treat a range of pathologies and health problems.

Our English speaking team of General Practitioners tend to build close relationships with their patients as they see them often and they are the first doctor to take care of their health.

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English Speaking Doctor Barcelona

Our English Speaking Doctor Service in Barcelona :

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information regarding our services by e mail: or by phone: +34 932 529 729. We will be happy to guide you, and in English !

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Meet our English-speaking Doctors in Barcelona

Dr. Anna Pedro

General Practitioner 🇬🇧 🇪🇸
General medicine
Family medicine
Breathing issues
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Dr. Ariadna Grané

General Practitioner 🇬🇧 🇪🇸 🇫🇷 🇵🇹
General medicine
Preventive medicine
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Dr. Rafael Acerete

General Practitioner 🇬🇧 🇪🇸 🇮🇹
General medicine
Preventive medicine
Nutrition and exercise
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Dr. Irene Clavijo

General Practitioner 🇬🇧 🇪🇸 🇫🇷
General medicine
Preventive medicine
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Dr. Amir Safa

General Practitioner 🇬🇧 🇪🇸
General medicine
Pain treatment
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Dr. Marie Borgne-Renié

General Practitioner 🇬🇧 🇪🇸 🇫🇷
General Medicine
Intrauterine Techniques (IUD)
Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
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English doctor Barcelona : FAQ

The general practitioner treats both children and adults, supporting the sustainable monitoring, well-being and general primary health care of a community, without age or gender limitations. The general practitioner, also called GP or family doctor, is therefore often consulted to diagnose symptoms before referring the patient to another specialist.

The scope of general medicine covers so many disciplines and pathologies and you can consult a GP for practically each of them. Most of the consultations are related to these diseases:

  • Infections: can be detected by a high temperature (> 38.5°), a cough, pain (throat, ear, stomach, joint pain, ...) for more than 48-72 hours and hard to handle (difficulty eating, sleep disturbance, fatigue).
  • Daily life common accidents such as burns, sprains, fractures, wounds, etc.
  • Sudden and abnormal symptoms: palpitations, chest pain on exertion or spontaneously, difficulty in speaking/movement, vision problems, any symptoms that come on quickly, suddenly and prevent you from functioning normally.
  • Treatment follow-up and prescription renewals or modifications.
  • Sports certificates, school certificates, absence certificates, work stoppage, professional illness, requisition, death certificate, etc.
  • Weight loss, return to sports or physical activity.
  • Psychic disorders: dark thoughts, abnormal tiredness, incongruous ideas that you or someone close to you criticizes...
  • Pediatrics: the monitoring and development of a child and the treatment of acute conditions.
  • Gynecology (methods of contraception, sex life) and pregnancy follow-up up to 6 months for doctors who have been trained for it.

When you consult a general practitioner, the first thing the doctor will do is ask you simple questions about your general health background and your symptoms. They will proceed to do the consultation with these basic steps:

  • Inspection: examination of eardrums, eyes, mouth, skin...
  • Taking of constants (temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation if necessary).
  • Palpation: examination of lymph nodes, abdominal, gynecologist, stomatologic examinations.
  • Auscultation: listening with the stethoscope to heart, lung and abdominal sounds.
  • Percussion: abdominal, thoracic, evaluation of neurological reflexes.
  • Then, if necessary, the doctor can add laboratory or radiology tests in order to have a more exact diagnosis.

Based on all the gathered information, the doctor will then be able to establish a diagnosis and make a prescription for medication or refer to other specialists.