Useful Information

Visiting hours: Monday to Saturday, h. 11:00 - 13:00, 16:00 - 19:30; Sunday and Holidays, h. 10:30 - 13:00, 15:30 - 19:30

 

Parking

The hospital is equipped with an underground car park. The parking is open daily, from 6:30 to 21:30. It is free for the first 20 minutes and costs € 1 per hour of stay, up to a maximum of EUR 4 for the whole day. Subscriptions are also available for extended periods: 14 € for 7 days, 24 € for 14 days, 40 Euros a month, 60 euro for 2 months, 80 Euros for 3 months. For motorcycles parking is free.

 

Bar

The first floor is home to a bar with seating and outdoor terrace. The bar is open Monday to Saturday from 7:00 to 18:00; Sundays and public holidays, from 7:00 to 17:00.

 

Hospital Rules

As Santa Lucia is a hospital the health and welfare of the patient is of paramount concern. Kindly observe a few important rules of behavior designed to protect the patient from intrusion into an already physically and emotionally challenging setting while preserving the hygiene of a medical facility and the staff operations.

 

No children under the age of 12 years. The hospital requires special care to prevent infections. Failure to respect this rule can expose children and hospital patients to risk of serious illness.

No visiting outside posted visiting hours. The understandable desire to stay close to the patient can actually become an obstacle to a cure. An uncontrolled flow of people outside affects detrimentally the work of doctors and paramedics, and causes discomfort to the patients, who instead needs a peaceful, stable environment.

Do not bring food and spirits into the hospital. Fruits and fresh food can not be kept in hospital rooms properly. Their presence exposes the hospital and patient to unacceptable risks.

Do not use appliances brought from home. Safety regulations and fire prevention rules prohibit the use in the hospital setting of appliances brought from home, such as coffee machines, refrigerators, fans etc. These devices can cause short circuits and fires. Compliance with safety rules is subject to supervision by the internal parties responsible for a safe and secure Santa Lucia Foundation as well as the Fire Department and other public authorities. Non-compliant behavior, which threatens the safety of environments and people, will be subject to administrative sanctions.