Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Salwa?
When we asked expats in Salwa if healthcare and health insurance are expensive in Salwa, they wrote...
"Healthcare and health insurance in Salwa can be considered expensive, especially for expatriates and those without employer-sponsored insurance. The cost of healthcare services and insurance premiums tend to be high due to the quality of care provided in private hospitals and clinics. Additionally, the demand for healthcare services in Kuwait has been increasing, which has contributed to the rising costs. However, Kuwaiti citizens have access to free or heavily subsidized healthcare services through the public healthcare system, which helps to alleviate some of the financial burden for them," remarked another expat who made the move to Salwa, Kuwait.
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