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Expats Talk about Having a Baby in Italy

Having a Baby in Montesilvano, Pescara

An expat mom who had a baby in Italy talks about finding a doctor willing to assist with a homebirth, the birth and follow-up care. (Read More)

Having a Baby in Genoa

One expat who had her baby in Genova, Italy shares her experiences with the hospital, pre-natal care and doctors in Genova. (Read More)

Having a Baby in Rome

An expat living in Rome commented, "Don't waste your time and money on private clinics. Maybe they will have nicer looking reception and not so many people waiting, but the best professionals are working in large state hospitals, best equipment end supplies are there either. One of my friends had a horrible experience in one of the mo" (Read More)

Having a Baby in Alghero

An expat in Alghero wrote, "Ask the hospital what pain relief is available, try and speak Italian." (Read More)

Having a Baby in Vasto

Another expat in Vasto advised, "Just be ready for the unexpected and find someone who will advocate for you so that you will have full access to your rights to choose on all the issues like breastfeeding vs. bottles etc." (Read More)

Having a Baby in Chieti

An expat living in Chieti commented, "Get a private hospital and doctor-request the option of medication if needed" (Read More)

Having a Baby in Verona

An expat in Verona wrote, "Italians are obsessed with anything that could go wrong. the british instead tell you Ok you are pregnant so what? millions are. come back in 9 months.

The righ approach for me is somewhere in the middle, so don't get too paranoid like most italians do... (but still be carefull with your sala" (Read More)

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Healthcare in Italy

An overview of the healthcare system in Italy - public and private hospitals, Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN), getting your Tessera Sanitaria (healthcare card), vaccinations for Italy, prescription medication availability and more.

An overview of the healthcare system in Italy - public and private hospitals, Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN), getting your Tessera Sanitaria (healthcare card), vaccinations for Italy, prescription...

5 Expat Moms Talk about Having a Baby in Italy

5 expat moms offer candid insight into what it's like giving birth in Italy - from bringing towels and toilet paper with you to the hospital to being refused pain medication. And, like most advice in Italy, word of mouth is the best way to find a good OB/GYN.

5 expat moms offer candid insight into what it's like giving birth in Italy - from bringing towels and toilet paper with you to the hospital to being refused pain medication. And, like most advice in...

9 Healthcare & Health Insurance Tips for Expats in Italy

Expats in Italy share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Italy. Advice about finding an English-speaking doctor, using The Sistema Sanitario Nazionale (SSN) and more.

Expats in Italy share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Italy. Advice about finding an English-speaking doctor, using The Sistema Sanitario Nazionale (SSN) and more....

Italy Healthcare FAQ

Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about healthcare and health insurance for expats in Italy.

Healthcare in Arezzo, Italy

Get established with a local doctor before you actually need one--you will need a primary car doctor to refer you to specialists.

Healthcare in Italy

An expat in Italy discusses health care, pharmacies and health insurance costs. She explains that the cost of health insurance is nominal compared to the US and prescription medicine is very inexpens

Healthcare in Italy

To seek a university hospital and or doctors associate with one. To ask the locals for references.

Answer Questions about Healthcare in Italy

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

Having-a-Baby-In-ItalyExpats Talk about What it's Like Having a Baby in Italy

Read recent baby reports submitted for Montesilvano, Pescara and Genoa.

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

On the Italy Expat Forum

Join our Italy Forum and talk with other expats in Italy who can offer you insight and tips about living in Italy. Here are a few of the latest discussions on the Italy Expat Forum:

Italy expat forum topic
Rental Prices (5 replies)

Found this in a town I'm interested in: Price Price of the property: 270 €/month Price per m2: 5.40 eur/m² 40 euros in community costs Are apartments in the country really this cheap? What are "community costs" and what other cost come into play? Are utilities a huge expense? Thank you!

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Italy expat forum topic
Italian Commercialista for US Expat retirees (2 replies)

Can anyone recommend an English speaking, Italian Commercialista that has expertise with U.S. retiree’s and totalitarian agreements between the US and Italy with regards to SS and IRA distributions sourced from the U.S.? This is for the filing of annual Italian returns only (not U.S.). I have scanned postings on this topic in this forum and am looking for recommendations based on experience. I am a U.S. expat residing in Italy.

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Italy expat forum topic
• Buying a rustico in Liguria (38 replies)

Middle aged Italian lover Canadian who lives & works in Montreal/Canada seeking advice ! Although I have read many forums related to the same topic, I decided create my own and chit-chat with the ones who are following the same dream. A bit of context: - Unfortunately I do not speak Italian or know anyone who is Italian (in my bucket list) - Looking for a vacation property in Liguria coast (my favourite so far) Cinque Terre villages, Volastra, Apricale etc. to be more specific. - Not planning invest more than 50.000 Euros (includes renovations) - in love with rusticos but trying to avoid major renovations knowing (esp. after reading about permits, bureaucracy, and pit falls) Seeking help to find an honest local to give advice.

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Healthcare in Italy

An overview of the healthcare system in Italy - public and private hospitals, Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN), getting your Tessera Sanitaria (healthcare card), vaccinations for Italy, prescription medication availability and more.

An overview of the healthcare system in Italy - public and private hospitals, Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN), getting your Tessera Sanitaria (healthcare card), vaccinations for Italy, prescription...

5 Expat Moms Talk about Having a Baby in Italy

5 expat moms offer candid insight into what it's like giving birth in Italy - from bringing towels and toilet paper with you to the hospital to being refused pain medication. And, like most advice in Italy, word of mouth is the best way to find a good OB/GYN.

5 expat moms offer candid insight into what it's like giving birth in Italy - from bringing towels and toilet paper with you to the hospital to being refused pain medication. And, like most advice in...

9 Healthcare & Health Insurance Tips for Expats in Italy

Expats in Italy share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Italy. Advice about finding an English-speaking doctor, using The Sistema Sanitario Nazionale (SSN) and more.

Expats in Italy share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Italy. Advice about finding an English-speaking doctor, using The Sistema Sanitario Nazionale (SSN) and more....

Italy Healthcare FAQ

Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about healthcare and health insurance for expats in Italy.

Healthcare in Arezzo, Italy

Get established with a local doctor before you actually need one--you will need a primary car doctor to refer you to specialists.

Healthcare in Italy

An expat in Italy discusses health care, pharmacies and health insurance costs. She explains that the cost of health insurance is nominal compared to the US and prescription medicine is very inexpens

Healthcare in Italy

To seek a university hospital and or doctors associate with one. To ask the locals for references.

Answer Questions about Healthcare in Italy

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

Having-a-Baby-In-ItalyExpats Talk about What it's Like Having a Baby in Italy

Read recent baby reports submitted for Montesilvano, Pescara and Genoa.

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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