DO YOU WANT TO WEAR OUR WHITE COAT? You, the residents, are Vall d’Hebron’s future Choose Vall d'Hebron University Hospital to do your residency and you will find everything you are looking for. In 2023, we have searched for 155 residents. We provide highly complex healthcare through our public, teaching, and community hospital. Watch the video of the Open Doors Welcome event! The Open House for future residents was held on March 21. Retrieve the video of the event in which teaching staff and residents of the Hospital participated. Go to the video Follow the conversation generated on social networks! If you want to know what it's like to be a resident at Vall d'Hebron Hospital, follow the conversation generated on social channels. Read the conversation TERTIARY HOSPITAL Do you want to deal with complex cases? At Vall d'Hebron University Hospital we see more than 7,000 patients a day in the 120 different specialties. We carry out nearly 30,000 surgical interventions a year and in 2022 we have reached the record number in Catalonia with 363 solid organ transplants. RESIDENTS INVOLVED Do you want to be on the front line? With 1,100 beds, we are the largest hospital in Catalonia, dealing with 210,101 emergencies. You will be fully involved from the very start of your residency at Vall d’Hebron, with the best professionals always at your side to advise and guide you. SIMULATION TRAINING Do you want a programme with training in simulation? We have an Advanced Clinical Simulation Centre that includes all the possible working scenarios. Training in simulation means improving patient quality of care and safety and promoting an innovative teaching methodology. RESEARCH Do you want to get involved in research? We have two pioneering research centres, Vall d'Hebron Research Institute (VHIR) and Vall d'Hebron Institute of Oncology. Between the two, we have 95 research groups and we are currently running 1,377 clinical trials to offer our patients new therapeutic solutions. BUILD YOUR FUTURE Are you looking for new opportunities? At Vall d’Hebron we have plenty of them and we know that you are our future. We are a leading national and international campus with 9,000 professionals who work to offer patients and their care partners an excellent service so that they receive the best health care. OUR PATIENTS Do you want to treat patients of all ages? Here we treat patients of all ages and all pathologies. From gestation to old age. We also have the “Som-hi” programme, a project that started as a way of supporting patients in the transition from adolescence to adulthood. A TEAM AT THE SERVICE OF OUR PATIENTS. Do you want to feel part of a team? Our professionals are always present in the residents’ day to day activity. To support, teach and accompany you right from start. A shared mission unites us: providing the best health care. And we work in a team to achieve this. WE LOVE LIFE Do you want to work with people who love their profession? We like our work and we love life. We dedicate our time to improving people’s health. Because we are aware that many lives depend on our task. We are your future, you are our future Share it At Vall d’Hebron you will come across highly complex cases that require simultaneous collaboration with the different units Handling exceptional situations like the Covid-19 pandemic is difficult, but this experience has also allowed us to learn beyond the usual boundaries When you work at Vall d’Hebron you will be prepared for any eventuality. Here you learn EVERYTHING See more statements from residents and tutors The residents in different specialities and the tutors share their experiences and the most important aspects of each teaching unit. Watch the videos Our residents have already invested in their future Marta Barros Segura - Resident internal doctor (MIR) “Specialising at this hospital allows you to acquire knowledge in the different areas of paediatrics, which makes your training more comprehensive and enriching. I would choose Vall d’Hebron again without a doubt.” Pablo Buck Sainz Rozas- Resident internal nurse (EIR) “Specialize in a center of reference that bets on innovation in cures, using methodologies pioneering teachers such as clinical simulation, allows developing ourselves as professionals who they pursue excellence.” Silvia Ferrer Moltó - Resident internal psychologist (PIR) “The residency at the University Hospital Vall d'Hebron allows us to train as mental health professionals integrating assistance, research and teaching; three essential aspects that together with learning personal values and qualities they give access to quality healthcare training and continuous improvement.” Recover the informative sessions of the Week of Open Doors of the Hospital Vall d'Hebron You can see the informative sessions for each specialty. You will discover each Teaching Unit explained by tutors and residents. Enter VALL D'HEBRON CENTRE FOR ADVANCED CLINICAL SIMULATION Simulation as a fundamental training tool We provide training so that simulation becomes a fundamental teaching methodology for learning with results and impact on health. We are capable of creating simulations adapted to any educational objective, with the help of professionals trained for this purpose, using a multitude of tools such as the latest generation simulators, serious games, or virtual reality. More information FAQS Frequently asked questions How many duty periods are there per month and where do they take place? We abide by current regulations regarding the number of duty periods and time off. You will be integrated in a widely multidisciplinary team where you will be able to consult and learn from everyone. You can find out more about the duty periods from the training programme. Will I be able to collaborate with other departments? There are many interdisciplinary commissions that facilitate the relationship, collaboration and exchange of knowledge among residents. Is Vall d'Hebron easily accessible? Vall d’Hebron is very easy to reach, by car (next to Ronda de Dalt), and by public transport. Can I do a doctoral thesis there? Post-residency grants are offered to residents who, during their training, have shown an interest in the field of research by training and taking part in one of the projects. Frequently asked questions Frequently asked questions Are there grants for research projects? In Vall d'Hebron, assistance and research go hand in hand. That's why we offer post-residency grants to develop applied clinical research at the Vall d'Hebron Research Institute. Are external rotations carried out? Yes, it is possible to do rotations abroad.