How are healthcare services in Cambridge?
When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Cambridge, they replied...
"Cambridge offers a wide range of healthcare services to its residents. The city is home to a number of hospitals, including Addenbrooke's Hospital, which is a major teaching hospital and one of the largest in the country. The city also has a number of GP surgeries, walk-in centres, and pharmacies. In addition, there are a number of specialist services available, such as mental health services, sexual health services, and community health services. The city also has a number of private healthcare providers, offering a range of services from general practice to specialist care," explained one expat living in Cambridge, England.
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