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Here’s a guide to the Dutch healthcare system, including Dutch health insurance, doctors, dentists and pharmacies in the Netherlands.
Everyone living in the Netherlands is legally obliged to have health insurance, whether the Dutch public health insurance or private health insurance.
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.
There is one spectacle grander than the sea, that is the sky; there is one spectacle grander than the sky, that is the interior of the soul. – Victor Hugo [Contributed by Dutch Vitamin]
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]
If you're having a baby in the Netherlands, this guide explains Dutch prenatal care, delivery, aftercare and parental leave in the Netherlands.
Some important questions are answered to help expats choose which healthcare offers adequate coverage for a transient expat lifestyle.
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.
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?
Here is a short list of medical terms in Dutch that could come in useful when you have a doctor's appointment in the Netherlands.
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.
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.
The infant mortality rate in the Netherlands remains one of the highest in the European Union, but is this anything to do with home births? Amanda van Mulligen investigates.
Amanda van Mulligen looks at some of the challenges and benefits of the maternity system in the Netherlands for expats and how it differs to other countries.