How are local medical facilities in Tartu?
We asked members about local medical facilities in Tartu, they wrote...
"Tartu has a wide range of medical facilities and medical care available. The city has several hospitals, including Tartu University Hospital, which is the largest hospital in the region and provides a wide range of medical services. Additionally, there are several private clinics and medical centers in the city that offer specialized care. Tartu also has a number of pharmacies and health stores that provide a variety of medications and health products. The city also has a number of medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, who are available to provide medical care to the local population," remarked another expat who made the move to Tartu, Estonia.
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