Will I need to travel to see a specialist?
When we asked members in Curitiba if they typically need to travel to see specialists, they replied...
"Yes, there are a good number of medical specialists in Curitiba. People in the city have access to a wide range of medical specialists, including cardiologists, neurologists, oncologists, and orthopedists. For highly specialized medical care, people in Curitiba typically go to one of the city's many hospitals, such as Hospital Erasto Gaertner, Hospital Santa Cruz, or Hospital do Coração. These hospitals offer a variety of specialized treatments and services, including advanced diagnostic imaging, organ transplants, and cancer treatments," commented one expat who made the move to Curitiba, Brazil.
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- What is a typical expat home or apartment like in Curitiba?
- What is the average cost of housing in Curitiba?
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- What are the visa & residency requirements in Curitiba?
- Why do people move to Curitiba?
Will I need to travel to see a specialist?If you live in Curitiba, newcomers to Curitiba would love to hear your answer to this question: