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Expat Health Insurance & Healthcare Guide to Russia
Expats share their experiences with healthcare and expat health insurance in Russia.
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Our new Expat Healthcare Guide is designed to collect and share information about expat healthcare and expat health insurance from expats in Russia. If you are already living in Russia, please take a few minutes to answer several questions in our Expat Healthcare Report.
Need health insurance in Russia? William Russell's private medical insurance will cover you and your family wherever you may be. Whether you need primary care or complex surgery, you'll have access to the best hospitals & doctors available. Unlike some insurers, we also include medical evacuation and mental health cover in our plans (except SilverLite).
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There is a useful article entitled "Giving Birth in Moscow as a Foreigner" at www.childreninmoscow.ru (Editorial page). There is also useful information given in Barbara Spier's "Living in Moscow" relocation book (visit www.livinginmoscow.ru to order a copy). Anyone considering giving birth in Moscow should speak with their embassy or consulate as well as their doctor.
Answer Questions about Healthcare in Russia
Help others moving to Russia by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Russia, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.