• China

    Health and country information for expats in China

    Moving to China for many expats gives them the chance to be a part of one of the worlds fastest growing economies. Given China's long period of growth, has helped them to attract many expats to the country in the search for jobs. It is a country that is rich in history and culture but is also focused on building a successful future. Despite its vast size most expats tend to be centred in a handful of the big cities including Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai.

    Healthcare in China

    Healthcare in China is widely available in the larger cities and towns, but when you get to the more rural areas it can be pretty basic and sparse. Costs the public hospitals are low and the standards are pretty high. This said it is always worth researching hospitals before you actually need to go to one because as you would expect from such a vast country quality, ease of access and costs can very enormously.

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