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How are healthcare services in Amsterdam?

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When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Amsterdam, they replied...

"Healthcare services in Amsterdam are provided by a variety of public and private institutions. The public healthcare system is funded by the government and provides free or low-cost healthcare to all citizens. The public system includes general practitioners, hospitals, and specialized care centers. Private healthcare services are also available, and are typically more expensive than public services. Private healthcare providers offer a range of services, including general practitioners, specialists, and hospitals. Amsterdam also has a number of specialized care centers, such as those for mental health, addiction, and geriatric care. Additionally, Amsterdam has a number of pharmacies, which provide prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs," explained one expat living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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