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  • Olga Pavlovsky

Your health in Spain

Whatever your age, health and access to healthcare in Spain are among the most important things when thinking about living here.

Whether you are using public services or have private insurance, knowing that your healthcare is sorted in the right way for you and your loved ones will help you enjoy your life to the full.

Our guides give you an overview of options for healthcare for English speakers who are moving to or already living in Spain and regular visitors , such as second home owners.

Read the guides here:

Healthcare for people who are resident in Spain

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Healthcare for frequent visitors and second homeowners

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Healthcare for people who are applying for a visa or residency

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Before you go! We absolutely depend upon the vital support of people like you to ensure that our services are freely available for everyone who needs help.

Can you help us?

To help everyone plan their life to the fullest in Spain, we provide free, accessible information guides - which are accessed by more than 1,000 people a week. Our trusted telephone and email Infoline service gives direct help to people who need extra support to maintain independence in older age.

A regular donation of just €10 per month will enable us to provide a weekly friendship call to an isolated older person, every week of the year.

A one off donation of €50 will enable us to make a home visit to a vulnerable person who is struggling to access vital services.

Please donate if you can: Thank you.

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