The British Hospital was founded in 1844 by Reverend Barton Lodge; its history is an evidence of the English-speaking community support to our country. Created by English-speaking citizens in Argentina, the British Hospital is a non-for-profit, public welfare organization.
The British Hospital provides high-quality healthcare service for disease prevention and recovery of patients; in a humane and personalised manner, we apply the latest scientific advances of proven medical efficacy.
Our commitment is to meet every patient's healthcare needs with a rational use of resources, ensuring cost-efficient services to entities and institutions who entrust their members to our care, keeping up with our tradition of excellence within an innovative and ethical framework.
The British Hospital of Buenos Aires has been granted the Quality Assurance Certificate by the ITAES (Technical Institution for Accreditation of Healthcare Institutions); this is in keeping with the internationally accepted assessment by well-known independent institutions. This accreditation is granted to institutions who hold to high standards in patient care.