Hospital Beatriz Ângelo

Hospital Beatriz Ângelo

Hospital Beatriz Ângelo is a public hospital, integrated in the National Health Service. It is the result of a partnership between the Portuguese government, SGHL - Sociedade Gestora do Hospital de Loures, SA, and HL - Sociedade Gestora do Edifício, SA. 

This partnership provide for the design, financing, construction, maintenance and management of the hospital by HL - Sociedade Gestora do Edifício, SA, and the delivery of health care by SGHL - Sociedade Gestora do Hospital de Loures, SA.

Hospital Beatriz Ângelo represents a fundamental turning point in improving the healthcare services available in the Lisbon and Tagus River Valley region. Located in Quinta da Caldeira, in Loures, it is a completely new hospital facility that fulfils a long recognised need to expand the hospital care offer to the region’s residents.

Hospital Beatriz Ângelo serves a population of approximately 278,000 residents of the municipalities of Loures (the parishes of Loures, Camarate, Bucelas, Unhos, Apelação, Sto. António dos Cavaleiros, Sto. Antão do Tojal, São Julião do Tojal, Fanhões, Lousa and Frielas), Odivelas, Sobral de Monte Agraço and Mafra (the parishes of Malveira, Milharado, Sto. Estevão das Galés and Venda do Pinheiro).

The opening of the Hospital Beatriz Ângelo services started on 19 January 2012 and was completed in February 27, 2012, with the opening of the Emergency Service.

The hospital has a 424-bed inpatient area (which can be increased to 453 without further construction work), an outpatient clinic (44 offices), an operating suite (eight operating theatres, two dedicated to ambulatory surgeries), a maternity unit (6 rooms) and a day hospital (64 treatment stations). The structure of the facility makes it possible to offer many different medical and surgical specialities.