For a better world.
With a highly skilled and knowledgeable team, Megacall are always willing to go that extra mile to give its clients the best solution based on each clients specific needs.
WE ARE PROUD.
At Megacall we are proud to be working alongside various public institutions supplying them with highly reliable telecom services that are fast to implement and extremely cost effective.
The Institute for Health Science Research Germans Trias i Pujol (IGTP) is a public research centre in the Autonomous region of Catalonia in Northern Spain dedicated to increasing scientific knowledge and transferring it to improve the care and lives of patients.
The Germans Trias Institute carries out research within 9 areas:
- Science of Behaviour and Substance Abuse
- Immunology and Inflammation
- Cardiovascular and Respiratory Diseases
- Infectious Diseases
- Endocrine and Diseases of the Metabolism, Bones and Kidneys
- Diseases of the Liver and Digestive Tract
- Community Health
in 2010 the Josep Carreras Foundation, together with the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), launched an historic and unprecedented project: the first European research centre devoted exclusively to leukaemia and other malignant blood diseases, and one of the few that exist in the world.
The Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute is a centre without precedent which, through the work and rigour of researchers from around the world, employs the most innovative technologies to gain the upper hand against this disease. That leukaemia will one day be a totally curable disease is now something that lies in all our hands.
Samaritans in Spain is an organisation operated by a group of volunteers. We are available by telephone or email to speak to any English speaker across the whole of Spain and the Islands, of any age, who is experiencing emotional problems of any kind
It all started in September 2005 and culminated in the launch of the Costa Blanca Samaritans service in Spain in July 2008. Thank to the continued generosity of our wonderful supporters and volunteers, it is our intention to continue to expand and develop the service we offer. We are very much based on the established Samaritan model, which has been in operation in the UK since 1953.