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Having a Baby in Letterkenny

An expat in Letterkenny wrote, "Keep calm and push..... " (Read More)

Having a Baby in Ballinsloe

Another expat in Ballinsloe advised, "Go private, not public!! And to go to D. Naveed. I loved the option of a scan on every visit!! We literally got to see our baby grow!" (Read More)

Having a Baby in Cork

An expat living in Cork commented, "I would suggest private healthcare. " (Read More)

Having a Baby in Letterkenny

An expat in Letterkenny wrote, "Read Tracy Donegan's book, be super informed, know what you want and ask until you get it. Know that not everywhere is Dublin and that there's a movement to improve the situation there. Check AIMS Ireland's web site for positive Irish birth stories. They do exist!" (Read More)

Having a Baby in Dublin

Another expat in Dublin advised, "Don't expect any luxuries from the Irish medical experience! Expect a lot of old-fashioned attitude too. Try to befriend the younger Irish nurses and midwives, as these are the ones who are more breastfeeding-friendly and sympahetic." (Read More)

Having a Baby in Dundalk

An expat living in Dundalk commented, "Ask loads of questions and don't be satisfied until you have all the answers you need. Switch GPs if yours doesn't see eye to eye. Stay relaxed and in a calm state of mind and you will be grand." (Read More)

Having a Baby in Dublin

An expat in Dublin wrote, "Move to another country. I hear the Scandinavian countries as well as Australasia are good for birthcare. " (Read More)

Having a Baby in Dublin

Another expat in Dublin advised, "the above" (Read More)

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Living-in-IrelandHealthcare in Ireland

Expats in Ireland face very specific timelines and rules when it comes to getting healthcare in Ireland. It's important to understand how this will impact your journey and your individual health before you decide to move to Ireland.

Expats in Ireland face very specific timelines and rules when it comes to getting healthcare in Ireland. It's important to understand how this will impact your journey and your individual health befo...

Expats-in-Ireland7 Important Tips about Healthcare for Expats in Ireland

Expats in Ireland share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Ireland. Advice about Irish hospitals, having a baby in Ireland, medical care in rural areas of Ireland and more.

Expats in Ireland share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Ireland. Advice about Irish hospitals, having a baby in Ireland, medical care in rural areas of Ireland and more....

Healthcare in GalwayHealthcare in Galway, Ireland

An retired expat in Ireland offers a candid comparison of the public healthcare system vs. the private healthcare system in Galway. He's 70 with a heart condition and recalls an emergency visit to th

expat healthcare surveyAnswer Questions about Healthcare in Ireland

Help others moving to Ireland by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Ireland, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.

Having-a-Baby-In-IrelandExpats Talk about What it's Like Having a Baby in Ireland

Read recent baby reports submitted for Letterkenny and Ballinsloe.

If you're an expat parent who had a baby abroad, write a report about your childbirth experiences to help other expecting expat parents.

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Expats living in Ireland say that the transition from tourist to expat is not as easy as one would think -- from challenges making friends with the Irish to the rainy, gloomy weather. Expats who make the effort and take their time are rewarded with life-long Irish friends and a love of Ireland.

How-an-Expat-Retiree-Fought-to-Stay-in-IrelandHow an Expat Retiree Fought to Stay in Ireland

Expat retirees David and Maura Woods were given 7 days notice to leave Ireland. David shares his story, why they were asked to leave, and how they found a way to stay in the adoptive land they love.

5-Tips-for-Tech-Jobs-in-Dublin5 Tips for Tech Jobs in Dublin

Expats in the tech industry in Dublin live in one of the most vibrant tech economies in the world. Ireland's favorable tax policies and other factors have made "Silicon Docks" a magnet for tech firms of all sizes.

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Expats in Dublin have several neighborhoods to consider. There are several factors to consider, such as proximity to work, schools and transportation access.

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Healthcare-in-IrelandHealthcare in Ireland

Expats in Ireland face very specific timelines and rules when it comes to getting healthcare in Ireland. It's important to understand how this will impact your journey and your individual health before you decide to move to Ireland.

Expats in Ireland face very specific timelines and rules when it comes to getting healthcare in Ireland. It's important to understand how this will impact your journey and your individual health befo...

7-Important-Tips-about-Healthcare-for-Expats-in-Ireland7 Important Tips about Healthcare for Expats in Ireland

Expats in Ireland share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Ireland. Advice about Irish hospitals, having a baby in Ireland, medical care in rural areas of Ireland and more.

Expats in Ireland share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Ireland. Advice about Irish hospitals, having a baby in Ireland, medical care in rural areas of Ireland and more....

healthcare in GalwayHealthcare in Galway, Ireland

An retired expat in Ireland offers a candid comparison of the public healthcare system vs. the private healthcare system in Galway. He's 70 with a heart condition and recalls an emergency visit to th -

healthcare surveyAnswer Questions about Healthcare in Ireland

Help others moving to Ireland by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Ireland, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.

Having-a-Baby-In-IrelandExpats Talk about What it's Like Having a Baby in Ireland

Read recent baby reports submitted for Letterkenny and Ballinsloe.

If you're an expat parent who had a baby abroad, write a report about your childbirth experiences to help other expecting expat parents.

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