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English-speaking clinics in Rome

Doctors in Italy Spanish Steps Clinic

Medical clinic in Rome with English-speaking doctors

This walk-in clinic is conveniently located in Rome city centre, in the heart of the shopping area, just a minute away from the Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna). 

Everything here is designed to make it faster, easier, and more enjoyable to get exceptional care when you need it.

The clinic was founded in 1986 and recently fully renovated. It offers a multilingual administrative and medical staff for primary care and specialist consultations in a friendly and welcoming environment.

Appointments can be easily scheduled online 24/7. Video chat is available for any medical need that does not require an in-person visit.

The clinic accepts patients by appointment and reserves some walk-in hours available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Think of us as your healthcare home base, when you’re far from home. 

Services

  • Urgent Care
  • Primary Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Gynecology
  • Allergy and Immunology
  • Cardiology
  • Dermal fillers
  • Dermatology
  • Ear, nose and throat
  • Gastroenterology
  • General Surgery
  • Geriatrics
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Neurology
  • Nutrition
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry
  • Rheumatology
  • Urology
  • Ultrasound diagnostics
  • STD screening
  • Virtual care
  • Urgent Care
  • Primary Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Gynecology
  • Allergy and Immunology
  • Cardiology
  • Dermatology
  • Dermal fillers
  • Ear, nose and throat
  • Gastroenterology
  • General Surgery
  • Geriatrics

Fees

Urgent Care: € 60-85

Virtual Care: € 40-60

Medical specialists: € 100-150

Location

Office hours (by appointment)

Mon-Fri: 10.00AM – 7.00PM 

Sat: 9.30 am – 1.00 pm 

Sun: 11.00 am – 1.00 pm 

24h virtual care available

Walk-in hours*

Mon-Fri: 10.30AM – 4.30PM

Sat: 9.30 AM – 1.00 PM

*if you are visiting for certain reasons including, fever, illness, cough, flu, shortness of breath, and respiratory distress please contact us via phone or whatsapp prior to your visit. The clinic is not suitable for life-threatening conditions.

Adjacent areas in Rome

Trevi, Monti, Colonna, Campo Marzio, Campitelli, Aventino, Prati

Metro stops close by

Spagna – 3 mins 🚶

Barberini – 7 mins 🚶

Flaminio – 15 mins 🚶

Distance from famous landmarks

Spanish Steps – 3 mins 🚶

Trevi Fountain – 8 min 🚶

Pantheon – 10 mins 🚶

Piazza Navona – 14 mins 🚶

Campo de’ Fiori 17 mins 🚶

Aventino – 20 mins 🚍

St. Peter’s Basilica – 25 mins 🚍

Payment methods

American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Diners Club, JCB, PIN, Maestro, UnionPay credit card

Secure online payment

Accepted insurances†

Aetna, Allianz, Cigna, CISI, Healix, Henner, United Healthcare Global, and more…

† Coverage must be confirmed before the appointment. You may have a co-pay or be responsible for the full cost of your doctor visit.

Awards

Clinic trusted by the International Association for Medical Assistance to Travelers (IAMAT)

IAMAT Clinic in Rome
Medical clinic in Rome with English-speaking doctors
Medical clinic for foreigners in Rome

Doctors in Italy Women's Health Clinic

We’re making it easier, faster and more enjoyable for women to get care while living, studying or traveling in Rome.

The Doctors in Italy Women’s Health Clinic (Casa di Cura Santafamiglia) is a world-renowned maternity unit providing exceptional care to mothers and new born babies throughout pregnancy, birth and beyond. 

Here you can give birth in a calm, comfortable and private environment with some of the best maternity services available in Rome.

At the DoctorsinItaly Women’s Health Clinic in Rome thrives a culture of motherhood and childbirth that fully respects the choices and desires of each  mother.

The clinic is conveniently located in the Prati area, a few minutes away from the Vatican City.

A dedicated English-speaking staff and a team of world-class ob-gyn specialists fluent in English, are available for any gynecological need.

Appointments can be easily scheduled online 24/7. 

Fast response, clear pricing, easy scheduling, friendly staff and a personalized service without language barriers, at your fingertips. 

Services

  • Gynecology
  • Obstetrics
  • Pregnancy scans
  • Senology
  • Pregnancy care
  • Birth center
  • Breastfeeding
  • Post-natal support
  • Gynecology
  • Obstetrics
  • Pregnancy scans
  • Senology
  • Pregnancy care
  • Birth center
  • Breastfeeding
  • Post-natal support

Office hours

Mon-Fri: 10.00AM – 6.00PM

Sat: virtual care available

Sun: virtual care available

Birth center

Open 24h

Adjacent areas in Rome

Prati, Borgo, Vaticano

Metro stops close by

Lepanto – 5 mins 🚶

Ottaviano – 10 mins 🚶

Parking close by

Via dei Gracchi, 140 – 1 min 🚶

Parking Piazza Cavour – 8 mins 🚶

Distance from famous landmarks

Castel Sant’Angelo – 12 min 🚶

St. Peter’s Basilica – 14 mins 🚶

Piazza del Popolo – 14 mins 🚶

Clinic in Rome dedicated to women's health and obstetrics
Delivery room in a medical clinic dedicated to motherhood and obstetrics
Featured English-speaking doctors in Rome
English-speaking doctor in Rome

Prof. Antonio Puccetti, MD, PhD

Primary Care, Internal Medicine, Clinical Immunology

Prof. Puccetti is an experienced Internal Medicine doctor and Immunologist. After graduating in Medicine and earning a doctoral degree in immunology, he moved to the US where he became a research fellow at Tufts University. Then he moved to Boston, MA where he completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Harvard University. His professional interests are broad and cover autoimmune disorders, celiac disease, metabolic diseases and allergies. He is Associate Professor at the Department of Experimental Medicine at the University of Genoa. His research papers have been published in the most prestigious medical journals, such as Nature and The New England Journal of Medicine. 

Speaks: English, Italian

📍Via Frattina, 48, 00187 Roma RM

English-speaking family medicine doctor in Rome

Dr. Flavia Di Cioccio, MD

Primary Care

Dr. Flavia Di Cioccio is a rising star in the medical world who recently graduated from the prestigious University of Milan Bicocca with top marks. With a passion for providing the best care possible, she has joined the team at Doctors in Italy clinic in Rome. Dr. Di Cioccio’s thirst for knowledge and her commitment to excellence led her to gain invaluable experience in hospitals around the world, including a stint at the Cleveland Clinic in Abu Dhabi and a voluntary internship at the Lacor Hospital in Gulu, Africa. Her diverse medical background, combined with her empathy, tenacity, professionalism, and charisma, make her an outstanding doctor who excels in objective examinations, accurate diagnoses, and prescribing appropriate therapies. Patients who are looking for a skilled and caring doctor need look no further than Dr. Flavia Di Cioccio.

Speaks: English, Italian, Spanish

📍Via Frattina, 48, 00187 Roma RM

Giulia Brindisi, MD

Pediatrician

Dr. Giulia Brindisi is a highly accomplished medical professional with a strong background in Pediatrics, molecular allergology, and precision medicine. She graduated with honors from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Rome and further specialized with honors in Pediatrics at the Sapienza University of Rome.

Dr. Brindisi also holds a Ph.D. from the Sapienza University of Rome, where she conducted research in the field of molecular allergology and precision medicine. Her dedication to her field led her to undertake a clinical and research period at the Bambino Gesù Pediatric Hospital, as well as research at the Charitè University of Berlin, both ranked in the Newsweek World’s Best Hospitals list.

Dr. Brindisi has a keen interest in general pediatrics, pediatric allergology, and neonatology. She has demonstrated her commitment to advancing her field through her research, and she is a compassionate caregiver who strives to provide the highest level of care to her patients.

Speaks: English, French, German and Italian

📍Via Frattina, 48, 00187 Roma RMAvailable for Home Visits

Valentina Bertoldo, MD

Ob-gyn

Valentina Bertoldo is a highly skilled and experienced medical professional, with a focus on gynecology and obstetrics. She graduated with honors from the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna with a degree in Medicine and Surgery, and then went on to specialize in Gynecology and Obstetrics at the University of Padua.

With a passion for learning and exploring new opportunities, Dr. Bertoldo has gained valuable work experience both in foreign university structures and in specialist centers. She has worked in the Gynecological Oncological Ultrasound Unit at the Policlinico Gemelli in Rome, and in the Pelvic Endoscopy and Non-invasive Gynecological Surgery Unit at the Sant’Orsola Malpighi Hospital in Bologna. Both hospitals are included in the Newsweek World’s Best Hospitals 2023 list.

In addition to her expertise in Gynecology and Obstetrics, Dr. Bertoldo is a top-notch sonographer, with a proven track record of providing highly accurate and detailed ultrasound imaging. Her skills in this area have been honed through years of experience working in specialist centers. 

She has also contributed to the medical community through numerous publications and participation in courses and congresses.

With her extensive knowledge and experience in the field of gynecology and obstetrics, Dr. Bertoldo is committed to providing the best possible care to her patients and continuing to expand her expertise.

Speaks: English, Italian

📍Via Frattina, 48, 00187 Roma RM

English-speaking dermatologist in Rome

Francesco Tassone, MD

Dermatologist

Dr. Tassone is a board-certified dermatologist in Rome. He graduated in 2011 from the Sapienza University of Rome. In 2017 he specialized with honors in “Dermatology and Venereology” at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome. In 2015 he attended the Institute of Dermatology of the Miller school, University of Miami, after winning a scholarship for a fellowship from the American Hair Research Society (AHRS). He has participated as a sub-investigator in national and international clinical trials concerning inflammatory skin diseases such as psoriasis and has participated in more than 100 national and international conferences. He is the author of several publications in peer-reviewed international journals.

Speaks: English, Italian

📍Via Frattina, 48, 00187 Roma RM

English-speaking allergist

Ginevra Menghi, MD

Allergy and Immunology

Dr. Ginevra Menghi graduated summa cum laude from “Sapienza” University of Rome on. After completing her residency in Allergy and Immunology she moved to the U.K. where she worked as Clinical Fellow at the Children’s Allergy Service of the St.Mary’s Hospital in London. She currently works as allergy specialist consultant at the “Sapienza” University of Rome. 

Speaks: English, French, Italian

📍Largo di Torre Argentina, 47, 00186 Roma RM

Michele Marino, MD

Ophthalmologist

Dr. Michele Marino graduated with honors from “Sapienza” University of Rome and then completed his residency in Ophthalmology with honors at the same University. Since January 2007, he is operating room coordinator at the “City of Rome” Clinic. Dr. Marino also receives at the Medical Office Ottaviano and the Radiological Study

Speaks: English, Italian

📍Via Barletta, 29, 00192 Roma RM

English-speaking surgeon in Rome

Gianmarco Saponaro, MD

Maxillofacial surgeon

Doctor Saponaro graduated summa cum laude from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome in 2010 and completed his residency in Maxillofacial Surgery at “Sapienza” University of Rome. Throughout his training years he worked at many international institutions such as the General Hospital in Vienna – Austria, the ID Hospital in Seoul – South Korea and the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taipei – Taiwan. Since 2016 he practices at the Maxillofacial Surgery Unit of the Agostino Gemelli University Hospital in Rome where he is also clinical researcher and lecturer. He is the author or co-author of more than 40 publications in international medical journals and speaker at numerous national and international conferences. He has been a consultant for the DoctorsInItaly international medical service for several years. In addition to facial traumatology, oral surgery and facial malformations he is particularly interested in 3D programming and computer guided surgery, especially in relation to the creation of customized devices and prostheses and to the masculinization and feminization procedures of the face.

Speaks: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian

📍Largo Agostino Gemelli, 8, 00168 Roma RM

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Q&A

A space for sharing our experience by answering questions that others like you have asked before.

How can I find an English-speaking doctor in Rome?

It’s easy and it only takes a minute to request a same-day appointment. No login or sign-up required. Take the short intake questionnaire. Explain your medical need, and your preferred time for the appointment. Send your request and wait a few minutes. You will receive email or WhatsApp messages with appointment options. Choose the one that works best for you. Do you prefer to walk-in, without an appointment? Just visit our clinic at the Spanish Steps to get urgent care. 

Do doctors in Rome speak English?

When considering healthcare services in Rome, a common concern for international visitors or expatriates is communication, particularly when seeking a doctor in Rome. It’s reassuring to know that at our clinics in Rome, all doctors and administrative staff are proficient in English, ensuring that language barriers are minimized. This proficiency is not just limited to basic communication; many of our doctors in Rome are internationally trained, possessing a deep understanding of medical terminology in English, which is crucial for accurate diagnosis and treatment. This international training often means that these doctors are not only familiar with medical practices prevalent in Italy but also with those from other countries, making them particularly adept at handling a variety of medical issues that may be more common in different regions of the world. Moreover, their experience with patients from diverse backgrounds contributes to a more inclusive and understanding approach to healthcare. Therefore, whether you are a tourist needing urgent care, an expat seeking regular medical attention, or anyone in between, you can be assured that all our doctors in Rome, along with their nursing and administrative staff, are well-equipped to communicate effectively in English, providing quality healthcare services without the stress of language barriers.

Can I have an online video visit via Skype/Zoom with a doctor in Rome?

Virtual care is the go-to solution for foreigners in Italy who need to get immediate medical advice and treatment. Our proprietary platform allows for safe online consultations. When you make your request on the website, select “Urgent Care”. You will receive available times and prices and can choose the provider you prefer. A prescription can be sent to you via email or directly to the pharmacy via electronic prescription. 

What is the cost to see a doctor in Rome?

Urgent care appointments start from €60 for an in-person appointment, while for virtual care you can spend around €25. Each doctor sets the fees to charge, but it’s up to you to choose who to book with. You will always know the cost before booking, we don’t like surprises. Find out more about doctors’ prices >>

Can I see a doctor in Rome urgently?

Doctors in Italy gives you the ease and flexibility to book a last minute appointment  with an English-speaking doctor in Rome. For simple medical needs it’s the fastest and cheapest alternative to urgent care, in particular if you choose a video consultation. For potentially life-threatening conditions it cannot substitute emergency centers though. Your request will reach all English-speaking doctors nearby within minutes. Providers who are available will offer a time to see you, so that you can pick the first option. Find out more about how it works >

Can I get an ultrasound?

Yes, you can! The multi-specialty clinics in Rome are fully equipped for ultrasound diagnostics. If you are not sure what type of exam you need to do, you can talk to one of the doctors via video consultation to get a referral and directions.

Will the doctor give me a prescription?

Yes, if necessary, the doctor will give you a paper prescription that you can use to buy the medicine you need at any pharmacy. If you are having a video consultation online, your prescription will be sent over email. Some medications contain controlled substances and may require the original hard copy of the doctor’s prescription, so if you need a refill make sure to specify it in your request to avoid being disappointed.

Can I see a doctor in Rome over the weekend or during public holidays?

Yes, you can! When the medical offices is closed, the doctors are still willing to help you 24/7. If you send a request, the doctors will offer their first available slot. 

Can tourists go to the doctor in Italy?

Yes, tourists can access medical services in Italy even without insurance but it’s essential to be prepared for potentially long waiting times and language barriers. They can visit the “Guardia medica turistica” (a public service of medical assistance to tourists available in major cities) or “Pronto soccorso,” (the equivalent of an Emergency Department).
Alternatively, for minor ailments tourists can opt for a more convenient and faster option by scheduling a video consultation with us.
This way, they can receive medical advice and get a prescription that can be filled at a nearby pharmacy. Another option would be to visit our walk-in clinic located in the center of Rome or book a same-day appointment at the Doctors in Italy clinic in Milan.
Overall, Italy provides accessible healthcare options for tourists, and it’s essential to weigh the different choices based on the severity of the medical issue and their preference for convenience and speed.

Can I get tested for STD in Rome?

Yes, you can make a request online and our team will guide you. A doctor will help you choose the right tests, and then you’ll go in with an appointment to collect the samples. Once your results are in, if anything reads positive, the doctor will help you get the right treatment or referral. Find out more about STI testing in Rome >>