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Cualquiera que sean tus necesidades o las de tus seres queridos, el personal de San Juan Capestrano desea ayudarte. Nuestro equipo de expertos está disponible las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana, para atender a toda persona, en cualquier momento.

If I have a problem at night or on weekends, how do I contact the San Juan Capestrano Hospital?

We are as close as a phone call. Call us at 1-888-967-4357.
We have clinical staff 24 hours a day ready to help you. Our team of counselors will provide alternatives to your particular situation; taking into account all the aspects related to the patient – their medical and mental condition, family and professional responsibilities, economic situation and the geographical location where the patient is located. For a confidential orientation, we called our line, free of charge, at 1-888-967-4357 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

How long is the hospitalization?

The Hospital San Juan Capestrano is a short stay institution with the purpose of rehabilitating the patient and integrating him into his family and work environment as soon as possible.
The length of stay depends on the particular needs of each patient; so it can vary between a few days and a couple of weeks. Each treatment plan is individualized. It focuses on goals that can be achieved in a short period of time and that can continue to work at the ambulatory level.

Do you accept medical plans?

The San Juan Capestrano Hospital has established a contract with most of the medical plans. Since health coverage and requirements vary greatly from one plan to another, please allow us to assist you in the coverage verification and important information about your mental health benefits. Please call 1-888-967-4357. Specialized clinical staff is available 24 hours a day to answer your questions and guide you.

What should the person who is going to be hospitalized carry?

The Hospital San Juan Capestrano has various recreational and sports facilities, such as therapy rooms, gym, swimming pool, gazebos and walking path, which are used according to the therapeutic modality that applies.

What should I bring?

  • 4 long pants and / or 4 elastic waist shorts
  • Blouses, shirts or t-shirts (7)
  • Pajamas (2) and dressing gown
  • Underwear: briefs, panties, brassieres, stockings (7)
  • One piece swimsuit for women and men’s trousers.
  • Closed shoes, tennis with velcro, sandals
  • Plastic brush
  • Deodorant in “roll-on”
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Soap
  • Shampoo and hair conditioner
  • Coat or sweater
  • Thickness
  • Bath towel (2)
  • Makeup without mirrors, lipstick, facial powder and shadows set.

What should I leave at home?

  • Lycra pants, miniskirts
  • Pants with laces or ropes at the waist
  • Belts, ribbons, laces
  • Accessories, garments, wallets
  • Clothes hooks
  • Sweets, stuffed animals,
  • Shoes or tennis with laces, shoes with studs
  • Perfumes

Aunque tenía miedo de pedir ayuda por mi ansiedad, ir al Hospital San Juan Capestrano fue la mejor decisión que tomé para mejorar mi salud.

– Sofia H.