As a foreigner living in Russia, will I have access to public healthcare? What is it like?
We asked expats in Russia if they have access to public healthcare in Russia. And, if they do have access, what is it like. They wrote...
"Yes, as a foreigner living in Russia, you will have access to public healthcare. The quality of care varies depending on the region, but generally the public healthcare system is well-equipped and staffed with experienced professionals. The cost of care is usually quite affordable, and there are a variety of services available, including primary care, emergency care, and specialist care," explained one expat living in Russia.
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