How are local medical facilities in Uzbekistan?
We asked members about local medical facilities in Uzbekistan, they wrote...
"Medical facilities and medical care in Uzbekistan are generally of a good quality. The country has a well-developed healthcare system, with a wide range of medical services available. Hospitals and clinics are well-equipped and staffed with experienced medical professionals. The government has invested heavily in the healthcare sector, and there are a number of initiatives in place to improve access to quality healthcare. In addition, the country has a number of specialized medical centers, such as the National Center for Cardiology and the National Center for Oncology, which provide advanced medical care," mentioned another expat when asked about moving to Uzbekistan.
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How are local medical facilities in Uzbekistan?If you live in Uzbekistan, newcomers to Uzbekistan would love to hear your answer to this question: