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What are healthcare services like in Indonesia?

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We asked retirees if they have access to good medical care in Indonesia. They wrote...

"I've had medical experiences in Bali and I can tell you that the doctors are highly unqualified, overworked and lacking in compassion. Medical care for expats has also become very expensive and it's substandard. I would not consider retiring to Bali or Indonesia if I had any health issues," wrote a member who made the move to Indonesia.

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"Healthcare services in Indonesia vary widely due to the country's large size and differing levels of development. Hospital and clinic care, both private and public, are available to citizens and foreign visitors. Primary health care is provided through community health centers and on a fee-for-service basis. Prescription medicines are available in pharmacies or through home visits. Healthcare personnel receive regular training and the government provides some financial subsidies for the public health system. The government also encourages public-private partnerships in order to provide more access to medical care," explained one expat living in Indonesia.

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