Hospital structure

  • An international benchmark in healthcare, the Sírio-Libanês Hospital has been providing care for patients and innovating in education and research for nearly a century. Every year the hospital treats thousands of patients under preventive medicine programs, and cares for urgent and emergency cases, providing high-complexity therapeutic treatments and rehabilitation care, among others.
  • See below for guidance to foreign patients at the Sírio-Libanês Hospital:

Diagnostic Center

  • If you have a test scheduled, go to Rua Dona Adma Jafet, 115, Bela Vista, São Paulo, with the documents you have been asked to bring. Remember to bring a note from your physician asking for the test and explaining why it is necessary.
  • To schedule a test, ask the International Patient Service Center for help.


In the event of an emergency, go to the Emergency Room at Rua Barata Ribeiro, 90 (on the corner with Rua Dona Adma Jafet), Bela Vista, São Paulo. Remember to take any documents required for admission.

Calling an ambulance

If you need an ambulance, phone +55 11 3394-0200. This service is available in the metropolitan region of São Paulo and at Congonhas Airport and São Paulo International Airport (Guarulhos).

Oncology Center

  • For an appointment at our Oncology Center, please bring all the previous tests and reports that you can, and the names of drugs you are taking and details of any chemotherapy treatment in your country, as well as the documents required for admission.
  • You must arrange an appointment in advance. The Oncology Center is at Rua Dona Adma Jafet, 115, Bela Vista, São Paulo (entrance through block A).

Your first appointment at the Oncology Center

  • If this is your first visit to the Oncology Center, here are some tips that will help us provide a better service.
  • Get to the Oncology Center at least 30 minutes before the time scheduled for your appointment, so that we can register you and carry out some basic tests.
  • Remember to bring all the information on your condition, such as ultrasound tests, CT scans, X-rays etc. Also bring any biopsy results, if this has been done.
  • You should also bring a list with the name, dosage and frequency of all the medication you are taking.
  • If you are currently having or had chemotherapy treatment in the past, please provide the name, dosage and date of application. If possible, please also bring a medical report from your physician at home.
  • Arrange to stay at least a week in Brazil.
  • Remember to pick up your tests from the hospital before you return home.


  • If you are being admitted to the hospital, you and your companion must go to the admission sector, on the ground floor of Block D, with your admission documents.
  • Our multidisciplinary team, the floor concierge and the International Patient Service Center will be at your disposal if you need anything.

Coffee shop, restaurant, stores, room service and internet

  • The hospital provides coffee shops (located on the ground floor of Block C and the Atrium mezzanine in Block D, near the main entrance), and a restaurant (on the 13th floor of Block D). Room service is also available, both from the restaurant and the coffee shop. There are also convenience stores and a bookshop, in Block C. They are staffed by hospital volunteers, and profits go to charity. Find out more about these services.
  • We offer free Wi-Fi access for all patients and companions.