About Us

Lusíadas Saúde Group is a point of reference in the Portuguese health sector. We are committed to guaranteeing that our clients feel they are in good hands, not solely because of the excellence, rigor, and innovation which characterizes our services, but for the attention we pay to the smallest of details. At Lusíadas Saúde, we provide unique care which goes beyond medicine.

We have the best health professionals and the most advanced technologies which we use to better serve patients. But we do not lose site of the importance of attention, comprehension, and close relationships. Humanization of serves is for us an indispensable element, in line with every other criterion we demand of our selves.

This brand was constructed to be closer to those who entrust us with their health. We offer a cross-country network of services of over 6,000 health professionals.

Our history

Founded in 1998, Lusíadas Saúde (at the time, called HPP Saúde) has always set itself apart through an innovative vision, coupled with a strong spirit of continual improvement, excellence, and rigor, as well as through sustained growth and a widening of the service network across Portugal.

Two of the company’s great markers were the opening, in 2008, of Hospital Lusíadas Lisboa and Hospital Lusíadas Porto. And management of Hospital de Cascais (public-private partnership), since 2009.​

In 2013, this obligation and focus on excellence and quality of health services gained new force when the company was acquired by Amil, which is part of the US company UnitedHealth Group.

In 2014, in a brand modernization initiative, HPP group was rebranded and renamed Grupo Lusíadas Saúde.

Lusíadas Saúde became part of the French group Vivalto Santé by the end of 2022. Created in 2009 by Daniel Caille, Vivalto Santé is the third largest private hospitalisation group in France and one of the biggest private health players in Europe, as a result of the recent internationalisation that allowed it to double its activity. Vivalto Santé currently has a network of 91 healthcare units in six countries - France, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, Slovakia and the Czech Republic - and records a turnover of around 2.2 billion euros