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Outpatient consultations at Xanit Hospital Internacional

The Outpatients Consultation Area of Xanit International Hospital has 45 spacious offices for consultations, designed with patient comfort in mind.

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The organisation of consultations, the equipment used and the diagnostic services have been designed in order to offer high precision patient care with a rapid diagnosis, which may even be a same day service, depending on the case. The Heart Area consultation offices are designed and equipped specifically to enable better patient care and correct diagnosis.

Patients may request an appointment from Monday to Friday, either in the morning or afternoon/evening, with the option of a ‘one day consultation system’ (tests and consultation in the same day) depending on your insurance coverage.


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Marfan Unit

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Cardiac Surgery

Modern Cardiac Surgery: coronary surgery with and without extracorporeal circulation, conventional valve surgery, etc.

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Aortic Valve Unit

Our group has pioneered aortic valve replacement techniques. Our operating theatre is fully equipped for aortic root surgeries.

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Sudden Death Unit

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Cardiac Rehabilitation

Service specialised in full rehabilitation of patients after angina, heart attack, operations, etc.

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