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Complementary Therapies In Greece And How To Access Them

Greeceā€™s national health system is free at the point of service for anyone who is contributing to the tax system in the country. Emergency care is free for everyone all the time, whether they are residing in Greece or not. Public healthcare will cover all your basic and urgent needs, as long as you are eligible.    more ...

Dental And Opthalmic Care In Greece: How To Find The Right Options For You

Medical care in Greece is generally of a very high standard, and healthcare is free for employed people who are officially resident in the country, and for people who are not working but are still contributing to the tax system.    more ...

How To Look After Your Mental Health In Greece

Moving abroad is one of the main life stressors quoted by psychiatrists and doctors alike. Stress levels can have a big impact on your physical, as well as mental, health and it is important to try to keep yourself as healthy as possible throughout the duration of a significant life change such as moving to a new country.    more ...

What Options Are Available For Chronically Ill Expats Living In Greece?

Moving abroad is a complex process for everybody, especially when it comes to sorting out healthcare in a country where you might not speak the local language. But for people living with chronic illnesses, the move can be fraught with difficulties, from setting up health insurance to making sure you can get the right medications to deal with your condition.    more ...

Maternity Care In Greece: What The Options Are And How To Decide On A Birth Plan

The Greek health system runs on a two-tiered approach: the national health service provides care for all working residents, regardless of the length of their stay; and private healthcare covers everyone else, and also helps people in the interim period before their public health registration has been processed.    more ...

Prescriptions In Greece: What Is Available And How To Get Your Medications

Moving to a new country is a stressful and confusing experience, even if you are familiar with the local language and culture. In amongst all this, trying to set up healthcare that is comparable to what you would receive at home can present a minefield of options.    more ...

What Quality Of Healthcare Can You Expect In Greece?

Standards of healthcare in Greece are generally high: it is on a level with most other European countries in terms of the procedures offered at both public and private institutions, and the number of specialists working in the country.    more ...

How To Keep Your Health Insurance Costs Low In Greece

Greek healthcare is free at the point of service to all residents, regardless of how long you have been living in the country. For this reason, it might seem unnecessary to take out private health insurance: but in fact, you will almost certainly need to do so before you arrive.    more ...

How Much Do Health Procedures Cost In Greece?

Emergency care is free at the point of service for everyone in Greece, regardless of your residency status. Non-emergency general health procedures and appointments with doctors are free for employed residents, as long as you have registered with the national health service.    more ...

How To Register With The Greek Health System

As in much of Europe, healthcare in Greece is comprised of a two-tier system. Public healthcare is available for all working residents free of charge, but you can opt to take out private health insurance too.    more ...

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