One of the things that comes up when you're planning to move and live in Portugal is obviously the way the health system works. Portugal has access to a quality public health system (12th in the OECD ranking), but many expatriates are unaware of its functioning or have reservations about its effectiveness. The subject is even more important when there are children, pregnant women, elderly people and situations that require periodic monitoring or support, such as diabetes, for example. Therefore, in this article, Bob will try to clarify the main doubts and find out more about the subject. How to get healthcare in Portugal ? How much does it cost to access public healthcare ? Lisbob, the expatriate assistant in Portugal, tells you everything and offers you this complete guide to public health system in Portugal
After detecting four cases of legionellosis at the CUF Descobertas Hospital in Lisbon, the authorities warn those who have recently been there and ask them to be particularly vigilant. Symptoms such as fever, dry cough, body aches and breathing difficulties are signs that do not deceive, said Paulo Gomes, director of the clinic. What is legionellosis? How did she appear in the facilities of the CUF hospital? Where are the investigations? Bob, the Expats Personal Assistant in Lisbon and Portugal tells you everything.