How are healthcare services Davao?
When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Davao, they replied...
"Davao City in the Philippines offers a wide range of healthcare services, including both public and private hospitals and clinics. The city is home to several major hospitals, such as the Davao Medical School Foundation Hospital, the Davao Doctors Hospital, and the Southern Philippines Medical Center. These hospitals provide a range of services, including emergency care, general medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, and other specialized services. In addition, there are numerous private clinics and health centers that offer primary care services, such as family medicine, general practice, and preventive health care. The city also has a number of pharmacies and drugstores that provide medications and other health-related products," remarked another expat in Davao, Philippines.
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