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As a foreigner living in Hamilton, will I have access to public healthcare? What is it like?

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We asked expats in Hamilton if they have access to public healthcare in Hamilton. And, if they do have access, what is it like. They wrote...

"As a foreigner living in Hamilton, you will have access to public healthcare, but it is important to note that Bermuda does not have a nationalized healthcare system. The public healthcare system consists of a few government-subsidized facilities, including the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital in Hamilton. However, the cost of healthcare in Bermuda is generally high, and it is recommended that you have private health insurance to cover medical expenses. The quality of healthcare in Bermuda is generally good, with well-trained medical professionals and modern facilities. However, for specialized treatments or complex medical conditions, you may need to travel off the island to receive appropriate care. It is essential to ensure that your health insurance covers overseas treatment and medical evacuation if necessary," mentioned another expat when asked about moving to Hamilton, Bermuda.

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