As a foreigner living in Estonia, will I have access to public healthcare? What is it like?
We asked expats in Estonia if they have access to public healthcare in Estonia. And, if they do have access, what is it like. They wrote...
"Yes, as a foreigner living in Estonia, you will have access to public healthcare. Estonia has a universal healthcare system, which means that all residents, regardless of nationality, are entitled to free or low-cost healthcare services. The quality of healthcare in Estonia is generally good, with a wide range of services available, including primary care, specialist care, hospital care, and mental health services. The country also has a well-developed network of pharmacies, providing access to a wide range of medications," said another in Estonia.
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