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- Healthcare in the Netherlands
- Yoga — a beginner's guide
- Maternity matters – What to expect in the Netherlands
- Health clubs in Brussels
- Learning to cope with life abroad
- Swimming pools and beaches
- A guide to healthcare in France
- Where to get pampered in Paris
- Online health: A web of lies?
- Popping out for a bit of wellness
- As science progresses, health care management is faltering
- Hospitals in Switzerland
- Switzerland's health care system
- The Spanish healthcare system
- Where to get pampered in Barcelona
- Yoga in Madrid
- UK healthcare: Finding the right NHS service
- UK healthcare: Your local doctor (GP)
- Ten no/low cost tips for health wealth
- Keeping fit in Luxembourg
Expatriate healthcareHealth insurance abroad is just as important as health insurance in your homeland. But it's likely to be different in your new country of residence. Take time to find out how expat medical care works to make sure that your health coverage is to your preferred standard. That's especially important if you plan to have a baby abroad. Look for Expatica’s practical guide to the healthcare system on the healthcare channel of each...
Healthcare - Essential Articles
If you are planning to study in the Netherlands, find out if you need to enrol for the mandatory Dutch healthcare insurance while you live in the Netherlands.
31/01/2014 Hospitals in Belgium
A quick guide to the main hospitals in Belgium, as well as hospitals in Antwerp and other cities in Belgium.
18/12/2013 Guide to health insurance in France
France's healthcare system provides some of the best public health care in the world, although private health insurance may be necessary for certain circumstances.