Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Learning Dutch, finding a house, experiencing Dutch culture, making connections, solving immigration and tax issues, and finding employment – all at the “i am not a tourist” Expat Fair for Internationals in Amsterdam on Sunday, 2 October 2016.
Everyone living in the Netherlands is legally obliged to have health insurance, whether the Dutch public health insurance or private health insurance.
Here’s a guide to the Dutch healthcare system, including Dutch health insurance, doctors, dentists and pharmacies in the Netherlands.
Keeping yourself at the right weight is a key way to ensure good heart health — and it turns out it’s the little decisions you make during your busy expat life are the ones that make a big difference.
Healthcare experts will offer internationals advice on how to maintain a good level of health at the Expat Fair on 2 October 2016.
Before relocating overseas, you must first consider these eight important factors to ensure that you are ready to face any medical emergency or accident you might encounter in your new country.
If you are planning to study in the Netherlands, find out if you need to enrol for the mandatory Dutch healthcare insurance while you live in the Netherlands and how to apply for proper medical coverage.
In the Netherlands, dental care is provided by qualified dentists, all of whom are government-registered. The quality of the care provided, compared to other countries, in general is excellent.
Finding the right health insurance that covers an expat lifestyle is vital: These tips and questions will help you choose the best expat health insurance for you.
The Dutch visit their dentist on a regular basis, and as a result, only a relatively small part of the population has badly cared-for teeth. [Contributed by Lassus Dentistry]
Whether it be for weight loss, boosting energy, putting a stop to binge eating and overeating, I am here to help, says Anna Wallace. [Contributed by Anna’s Nutrition]
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're having a baby in the Netherlands, this guide explains Dutch prenatal care, delivery, aftercare and parental leave in the Netherlands.
Moving home isn't always easy – many who repatriate feel different and utterly out of touch. This article explains what happens when culture shock is reversed, what to expect, and how to cope with its effects.