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Old 14th August 2019, 11:40 AM
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So... we have been and registered on the Padron.

We have been to the nearest town and registered with Social Security, who have assigned us to a local doctor.

We live in Andalucía and need to book our doctor's appointments online.


We have our medical numbers, so can anyone tell me:

What is the website that we need to use?

Given that my Spanish is not all that it might be, is there anything awkward on the web page or is it straightforward?


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Which autonomous region of Spain do you live in? Each one will have its own website for the health service, so we'd need to know that to direct you to the correct one.

Sorry, have just noticed you said Andalucia - so this is the website you need:-

https://www.juntadeandalucia.es/serv...lud/clicsalud/

Under the heading Agenda Sanitaria, click on Pedir cita atención primaria

Then, if you don't have a Digital Certificate or [email protected], next to where it says Acceder con, click on Datos Personales.

Enter the number on the right hand side of your tarjeta sanitaria, preceded by the letters AN, then enter your date of birth (Nacimiento) then click on Acceder
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Thank you very much... I have an appointment

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Very good. If the doctor gives you a prescription, just take your tarjeta sanitaria to the farmacia, hand it to the assistant and they will put the card in their card reader which allows them to read your prescription (if it's for a regular medication you will need to collect a supply each month). It's a really good system, both for making appointments and for prescriptions.
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