What are medical services in Nicosia like?
When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Nicosia, they replied...
"Medical services in Nicosia are generally of high quality, with both public and private healthcare facilities available. The city is home to several well-equipped hospitals and clinics, staffed by skilled medical professionals, many of whom are fluent in English. Public healthcare is accessible to residents through the National Health Insurance System, while private healthcare is also an option for those who prefer it. Pharmacies are widely available throughout the city, offering a range of medications and services. However, it is recommended for visitors to have travel health insurance to cover any potential medical expenses during their stay," explained one expat living in Nicosia, Cyprus.
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