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We asked members about local medical facilities in Brazil, they wrote...

"The quality of medical facilities and medical care in Brazil vary greatly, depending on the location and type of service. Overall, Brazilian health services are often considered to be accessible and of satisfactory standards. Many of the major public and private hospitals in Brazil provide reliable and comprehensive medical care, including diagnostic, specialist and therapeutic services. In Brazil, preventive health care, such as immunizations, is given priority, and many medical centers and health posts are available for individuals and families to access basic health care services. Furthermore, professional medical associations often provide information about accredited medical practitioners in Brazil," mentioned another expat when asked about moving to Brazil.

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