• $2,999-$5,599
  • Available

Hospital Info

  • Public Hospital
  • 800 beds total
  • 100s of employees

What's Included

  • Shadow 60+ Hours
  • Small groups of 10 - 15 students
  • Local Housing
  • 24/7 Atlantis staff in your city
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Destination Overview

Ourense is the third largest city in the region of Galicia in northwest Spain. Rich in Roman influence, one of the primary landmarks of the city is the Roman bridge Ponte Vella that crosses the Miño river. Ourense also holds one of the greatest amounts of geothermal water in Europe, and one of the main tourist attractions is related to its hot springs.

Program Dates

Summer Sessions (To Be Confirmed)

  • Jun. 12, 2021 – Jul. 9, 2021
    4 Weeks
    $5,499 - $5,599
  • Jul. 10, 2021 – Jul. 30, 2021
    3 Weeks
    $4,499 - $5,199
  • Jul. 10, 2021 – Jul. 23, 2021
    2 Weeks
    $2,599 - $3,999
  • Jul. 24, 2021 – Jul. 30, 2021
    1 week
    $2,399 - $2,999

Apply today to reserve your spot in a program! Please note: exact dates and prices will be confirmed in Fall 2020. If sessions are modified or canceled, students may transfer to new programs or receive a refund up until March 1st. Listed dates are based on Summer 2020, and price ranges are based on 2018-2020. All fees include an initial $900 non-refundable deposit to secure your spot.

The City

Sometimes referred to as Galicia's best kept secret, Ourense is located inland among the rolling green mountains of northwest Spain. It's location in a river basin with mountains on all sides produces a microclimate that protects it from the usually very rainy Galician weather and allows for hot summers that might remind you more of some more southern Spanish cities. If it gets too hot, you can make the short trip to the coast and claim one of the many beach towns for the weekend!

JFK: 7hrs
LAX: 10hrs
ATL: 8.5hrs

Local Time:

Official Language:
Spanish and Gallego

Hospital Experience

The Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Ourense (Ourense University Hospital Complex) is located in the northwestern Galicia region of Spain. This hospital complex provides health care to more than 246,000 inhabitants of the city and its surrounding area. New facilities opened in 2017 to make this hospital, with more than 800 beds, a great location for the healthcare professionals of the Galician Health Service to provide assistance to patients and a wonderful environment for Fellows to gain exposure to a variety of medical fields and practices.



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