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Luxembourg > Health

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Complementary Therapies In Luxembourg And How To Access Them

Healthcare in Duchy of Luxembourg is of a high standard, and to some degree it includes both conventional and alternative treatment, whether or not you are signed up to the Caisse Nationale de Santé (CNS).    more ...
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Dental And Opthalmic Care In Luxembourg: How To Find The Right Options For You

If you are an expat in Luxembourg, you should have no trouble in finding suitable dental and ophthalmic care to meet your needs. If you are registered with the Caisse Nationale de Santé (CNS), the country’s national health insurance scheme, then you will already be covered for a certain amount of dental treatment and eye care under your state coverage.    more ...
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How Much Do Health Procedures Cost In Luxembourg?

The cost of health procedures in Luxembourg to you as an expat depend on whether you are covered by the country’s national health insurance scheme, the Caisse Nationale de Santé (CNS).    more ...
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How To Keep Fit And Healthy In Luxembourg

The Duchy of Luxembourg is a modern European nation with a wealth of fitness centres, spas and activities to enable you to keep fit and healthy during your stay in the country. The health authorities in the country have recently launched a number of initiatives to monitor the state of public health and encourage people to take exercise, such as ‘Eat Healthily – Move More’ ( Gesond iessen, méi bewegen ), Sports Night ( Nuit de Sport ), par ...    more ...
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How To Keep Your Insurance Costs Low In Luxembourg

The national healthcare scheme in Luxembourg, the Caisse Nationale de Santé (CNS), is free at the point of delivery if you are paying into the system and is of a high standard. Since the quality of public healthcare in the country is so good, many residents choose to rely on this alone, but as an expat, you may prefer to take out for additional peace of mind. ...    more ...
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How To Register With The Health System In Luxembourg

Healthcare in Luxembourg is of a high standard and is covered by a two-tier system of medical insurance, comprised of public health coverage, the Caisse Nationale de Santé (CNS – National Health Fund), and optional private health insurance.    more ...
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Maternity Care In Luxembourg: What The Options Are And How To Decide On A Birth Plan

The number of babies born to expats in Luxembourg has doubled in recent years and with its high standard of healthcare, you should experience few problems if you are expecting a baby in the country.    more ...
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Prescriptions In Luxembourg: What Is Available And How To Ensure You Get The Right Level Of Care

Luxembourg is a modern, wealthy nation with an excellent standard of healthcare and you should have little difficulty in accessing the medication that you need.    more ...
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What Quality Of Healthcare Can You Expect In Luxembourg?

Healthcare in the Duchy of Luxembourg is of a high standard and you should have no trouble accessing the care that you need, whether you are signed up to the Caisse Nationale de Santé (CNS), or are covered by private health insurance, or both.    more ...
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Using The Healthcare System In Luxembourg - A Short Guide For Expats

Luxembourg has one of the best healthcare systems in the European region. The state-funded system, overseen by the country’s Caisse de Maladie, adheres to high standards and provides basic medical coverage to all citizens. Private healthcare is also available in Luxembourg and citizens can select their own doctors, specialists and hospital. New expats may find it difficult to navigate the healthcare system of a different country, but this is an ...    more ...


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