How are local medical facilities in Peru?
We asked members about local medical facilities in Peru, they wrote...
"Medical facilities and medical care in Peru are generally of good quality. The country has a well-developed public health system, with a network of hospitals and clinics providing a range of services. Private health care is also available, and many doctors and specialists are highly trained and experienced. The quality of care is generally good, and the cost of medical care is relatively low compared to other countries in the region," remarked another expat in Peru.
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How are local medical facilities in Peru?If you live in Peru, newcomers to Peru would love to hear your answer to this question: