Helping women and men with their reproductive health for more than 35 years.
Aragon Medical Center is based on the beliefs that by providing high quality, customer-centered care, we could support women to decide their future based on their choice, on their terms.
The first clinic in the center of Barcelona was opened in 1989, a pioneer in contraceptive care in Catalonia. Today, we have become one of the benchmarks in Europe for contraceptive services and safe abortion, with more than 10,000 patients cared for each year.
Our vision for the next decade is bold: that by 2030, no abortion will be unsafe and everyone who wants access to contraceptives will have it. We know we have a long way to go. But reproductive choice is central to the drive for gender equality and to a future in which women take their rightful place in all aspects of society.
The 98% d women who come to us give our services the highest possible satisfaction rating.
Providing our services
Learn more about how we offer our services to women and men in Spain.
CMA employs over 100 people in Spain alone, all dedicated to providing the highest quality abortion and vasectomy care.
Our clinics are staffed by teams of empathetic and qualified professionals who are dedicated to helping you with their reproductive decisions.
Centro Médico Aragón is a registered authorized center and we are committed to providing you with the best services for our patients and SNS collaborators.
Making the decision that’s right for you
Before deciding whether to go ahead with an abortion, it can be helpful to be as informed as possible. We’ve compiled some information about abortion that we hope you’ll find helpful here.
Legal abortion and your rights
The current law recognizes the freedom of women to have an abortion. Spanish women can freely interrupt their pregnancies up to 14 weeks and in some cases up to 22 weeks.
Preparing for your abortion
Once you’ve booked your treatment with us, we’ll help you prepare for your appointment. Read tips on what to bring, how to arrange travel, guidance on eating and drinking before your treatment, and more.
A cost guide
Over 70% de of our patients have their abortion funded by the NHS (National Health System). You can also pay privately if you prefer, or if you are not eligible for NHS funding.
We have over 35 years of experience supporting French women to have a legal abortion in Spain, and we understand what to consider before travelling.
Tips for Companions
If you are a partner, friend or family member of someone who is having an abortion, here are some tips on how you can support her.