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Living & Working in the Pollensa Area This forum is for any comments, questions and advice about living (permanently or temporarily) and working in the Pollensa area. Aimed at ex-pats, property owners etc.

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Having now achieved my green residency card I am now required to use the form S1 to register with a medical centre. I note on the internet that there are two in PP and one in Pollensa old town. I am in Cala Sant Vincenc half way between the two. The old town one is near the main car park and would be quite handy but I would assume that the two in PP would be more likely to speak English ( my Spanish is not up to medical terms).
Does anyone have any thoughts which I should go for?
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I'm also in CSV and I registered with the PAC in Pollenca. I chose Pollenca as general official systems report Pollenca as the municipal for Cala San Vicente. The PAC receptionists don't speak great English, but the doctor, matrona (door 4) and hematologia spoke fantastic English. I always make my appointments in person, I find it easier to communicate Spanish face to face. All my appointments have been extremely thorough and appear not to be held to a processing deadline. I recommend Dr. Pablo Alexander Rosario Dou...(door 5), sorry I don't have his complete name.

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To register with the Spanish Health Service you have to go to the office in Inca (near the train station). Make an appointment on line and take every bit of paperwork you can think of (+ copies). As well as the S1 take your passport, NIE certificate, Padron certificate (not the travel certificate) and Residency card. Also if you are registering a dependent aswell you will need proof of their relationship to you ie if your wife/husband is included on the SI you will need to take your wedding certificate (certified copy) together with a certified spanish translation. Don't expect to get it done there and then, there is always something extra they will think of. I had to go three times before before I had everything they wanted.
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