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How are healthcare services in Sweden?

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When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Sweden, they replied...

"Healthcare services in Sweden are provided by both public and private providers. The public healthcare system is funded by taxes and is free for all Swedish citizens and permanent residents. The quality of public healthcare is generally high, with a focus on preventive care and access to specialists. Foreign residents are also able to access the public healthcare system, although they may be required to pay a fee. Expats in Sweden are able to use the public healthcare system, although they may need to pay a fee for certain services. Expats are also able to access private healthcare services, which may be more expensive but may offer more choice and flexibility," explained one expat living in Sweden.

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