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The Spanish healthcare system is ranked among the best in the world. Here’s how to sign up to free state healthcare in Spain, or apply for health insurance.
All residents in Spain have access to the free public Spanish healthcare system, although private insurance may be necessary in certain situations.
If you're having a baby in Spain, here's a guide to Spanish prenatal care, delivery, aftercare, and maternity and paternity leave in Spain.
Citizens from the EU/EEA and Switzerland can get a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) to access free or reduced-cost healthcare when travelling within the EU – here’s how it works.
Some important questions are answered to help expats choose which healthcare insurance offers adequate coverage for a transient expat lifestyle.
If you are moving to the US or Europe, make sure you know what to expect when it comes to healthcare. [Contributed by Clements Worldwide]
Here is a short list of medical terms in Spanish that could come in handy when you have a doctor's appointment in Spain.
What health considerations do you need to consider if you’re moving halfway across the world?
For 50 years, the non-profit IAMAT has helped travellers find medical help in English. How can IAMAT improve your health situation while living abroad?
Everyone should have health insurance, but finding the right coverage can be time consuming. Here's a guide on how to choose the right health insurance for you.
The heat in Spain can also be dangerous for pregnant women, so it's important for expecting mums to take precautions when pregnant during a Spanish summer.
Rupert Wolfe Murray of Castle Craig Hospital discusses why some expats are tempted by alcohol and how cultural differences can make it difficult to find help.
If you're living in Spain, here's a listing of addresses and phone numbers of the main hospitals in Madrid and Barcelona.