What are healthcare services like in Morocco?
We asked retirees if they have access to good medical care in Morocco. They wrote...
"Healthcare services in Morocco are generally of a good standard, with a wide range of medical facilities available. The country has a public healthcare system, which is free for all citizens, as well as a private healthcare system for those who can afford it. The public system is well-funded and provides access to a range of services, including primary care, specialist care, and hospital care. The private system is more expensive but offers a higher level of care and access to more advanced treatments. In addition, there are a number of international hospitals in Morocco that offer high-quality care to expatriates and tourists," said another expat in Morocco.
"I know it's good, here in Rabat. However, in other areas it is not as good. My guess is if you need very high tech medical treatments, you'd probably be better to go to the UK or the EU," wrote a member who made the move to Rabat, Morocco.
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What are healthcare services like in Morocco?If you live in Morocco, newcomers to Morocco would love to hear your answer to this question.