Will I need to travel to see a specialist?
When we asked members in Scotland if they typically need to travel to see specialists, they replied...
"Scotland is home to a wide variety of medical specialists, with some of the best selections located in the cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Aberdeen. In Glasgow, the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh are two of the largest and most comprehensive hospitals in the country, offering a wide range of specialist services. In Edinburgh, the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and the Western General Hospital are two of the most renowned medical facilities in the country, providing a wide range of specialist services. In Aberdeen, the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and the Aberdeen Royal Hospital are two of the most respected medical facilities in the country, offering a wide range of specialist services. Additionally, the cities of Dundee, Stirling, and Inverness also have a wide selection of medical specialists available," explained one expat living in Scotland.
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Will I need to travel to see a specialist?If you live in Scotland, newcomers to Scotland would love to hear your answer to this question: