Emergency health care for expats in Spain
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Emergency health care for expats in Spain

By Cigna, on 14 September 2022
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Being prepared for an emergency makes all the difference in how you respond to one. In this video, Dave Dalton share tips to make the journey smoother, including remembering to check vaccination requirements to enter the country

Dave also shares some good news and says expats can find English-speaking options, with private and public hospitals offering 24-hour emergency services. And there’s more: did you know that there can be different emergency numbers in different cities? You may want to take note of that!

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