How are local medical facilities in Luxembourg?
We asked members about local medical facilities in Luxembourg, they wrote...
"Medical facilities and medical care in Luxembourg are of a high quality. The country has a well-developed healthcare system, with a wide range of medical services available. Luxembourg has a high number of doctors and nurses per capita, and the country is well-equipped with modern medical technology. The government provides free healthcare to all citizens, and there are a number of private healthcare providers available. Luxembourg also has a number of specialized medical centers, such as the National Center for Oncology, which provide advanced treatments for cancer and other serious illnesses," said another expat in Luxembourg.
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