How are local medical facilities in Curitiba?
We asked members about local medical facilities in Curitiba, they wrote...
"Medical care in Curitiba is generally of a high standard. The city has a number of well-equipped hospitals and clinics, staffed by experienced and qualified medical professionals. The city also has a number of specialized medical centers, such as the Hospital de Clinicas, which provides specialized care for a variety of medical conditions. Additionally, the city has a number of pharmacies and other medical facilities, providing access to a wide range of medications and treatments. In general, medical care in Curitiba is of a high quality and is easily accessible to residents," explained one expat living in Curitiba, Brazil.
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