Prior to admission,
don’t be left in doubt

We know that before any operation you may have questions. In order to help you, we have prepared a list of frequently asked questions and answers. If you need more information, do not hesitate and contact us.

How should I prepare myself before coming to the hospital?

Always follow the instructions of the medical staff. During the preoperative period, it is required fast for 6 hours before the surgery. Likewise, avoid consuming alcohol and smoking during the 24 hours prior to the operation. It is also advisable to avoid the use of make-up, nail polish, body creams and perfume after showering and any type of depilatory product.

As for the luggage needed during your stay at the clinic, we recommend that you prepare a bag with comfortable clothes and a toiletry bag with personal hygiene accessories. The clinic’s rooms are single, with a suite bathroom and a sofa bed for the person accompanying you.

What should I do when I arrive at the hospital?

Once you arrive at the centre, please provide your details to the reception staff to check your admission details before proceeding to the admissions room. Once there, you will be admitted. You will be accompanied throughout the process by a nursing team.

Moreover, for the duration of the operation and to be easily located, those accompanied are advised to remain in your assigned room.

What documents do I need to bring with me on the day of admission?

On the day of admission, you must bring the following documents:

  • National identity card (DNI).
  • Preoperative study and, if available, complementary tests.
  • Authorisation and insurance company card.
  • Document with the Medical History.
  • Informed Consent for the surgery.
  • If you are taking medication, we will need to know the name, dosage and frequency of the medications you are taking.
What is informed consent for surgery?

This is a document in which you authorise in writing the operation, anaesthesia, blood transfusion and any other invasive procedure according to the actions proposed by your doctor.
It is the voluntary and conscious agreement of a patient to an action affecting his or her health, after receiving adequate information and clarification of all doubts.

This document can be revoked at any time, and you can request a copy at the time of admission.

What should I do after the operation?

Depending on the type of operation and after your stay in the Recovery Unit, the healthcare staff will discharge you (in the case of outpatient surgery) or transfer you to the room previously assigned to you.

When will I be discharged?

Depending on the type of intervention, you may stay at the clinic for one or more days. In any case, when you are discharged, our medical team will provide you with all the information about medication and the steps to follow. The room must be vacated before 12 noon.

In the case of a voluntary discharge, it will be necessary to apply for it and sign a written document to submit the report to iMove’s admissions department.

What other services are available at the clinic?

iMove is part of the Mi Tres Torres hospital project, located in the central facilities of the Campus and has a cafeteria, single rooms with interior bathroom, Internet, and Wi-Fi.

What can I do in case there are any complications once I have been discharged?

We have an emergency service that will attend to you immediately 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. For any emergency, you can contact us on 93 260 62 02.