How are healthcare services Moscow?
When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Moscow, they replied...
"Moscow offers a wide range of healthcare services, including both public and private hospitals and clinics. The public healthcare system is funded by the government and provides free or low-cost medical care to citizens. Private healthcare facilities are also available, offering a higher standard of care and more specialized services. In addition, there are a number of specialized medical centers in Moscow, such as the Moscow Research Institute of Pediatrics and the Moscow Research Institute of Oncology. These centers provide advanced treatments and research for a variety of medical conditions. Moscow also has a number of pharmacies, providing both prescription and over-the-counter medications," explained one expat living in Moscow, Russia.
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