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Expat Information: Doctors and Hospitals for Expats

The types of treatment available at hospitals can vary depending on how they are funded, whether this is obtained by the state, insurance companies, charities, or religious orders. Larger general hospitals usually offer many treatments to both inpatients and outpatients, whereas smaller clinics are more limited in their scope and generally serve outpatients. Specialised hospitals are also common for individuals with specific medical needs, ranging from those aimed at children or the elderly, to those aimed at people suffering psychiatric problems, trauma, or requiring rehabilitation.



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