The third major milestone of Pergamano is Claudius Galen (129-199 AD), whose work is a comprehensive overview of scientific medicine of old Greco-Roman, creator of the concept of physiological Circulation, many texts Anatomy and the theory of four humours, his work lasted more than a thousand years. The appearance of Jesus, as a physician, recognized by the Magi rays with the offer of the Mirra, gave a conception Religious-Spiritual Medicine. In addition to these milestones, there have been notable distributed to doctors throughout history, in that medicine has known, from superstitious ideas, Magic (Witchcraft), Religious-Spiritual (faith, as an instrument of healing), herbalists (properties Nature), Empirical (observation), Science (Galen), until our days, that these conceptions co-exist, that despite the tremendous development of science and technology, the FE remains a powerful instrument Healing, which is not excluded of Science, but complements. ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF HOSPITALS 1 .- in the twilight of the primitive community, the consultation rooms are IATREION calls, which were physical settings, located in central locations of the city, large, comfortable bed with a bed for the sick and toilet, a little away, also had good ventilation and lighting, these rooms meant an advance in the Health Organization of the peoples represented the centralization of Health Service are the more remote history of the outpatient clinic. 2 .- shrine of Asclepius, these are about 400-500 BC, sprout in Pergamano, Cos and Epidaurus (Asia Minor), buildings were designed and built to serve the sick, had divisions that included consultation rooms (to meet the patient), Terrazas (of Rites) and wards (For Internment of patients), which had Cline (Bed in Greek, from which derives the term Clinical), where patients were asleep, after which appeared Aesculapius who examined them and gave guidelines for treatment, which were carried out by the Therapeutic (Doctors in Greek), the patients healed, they should do donations (Fees) to the shrine, which was run by doctors and monks, thousands of people came throughout the year, this system lasted for the slave regime. .