Your Health in Vietnam: You are in Safe Hands with Us
If you are considering spending time in Vietnam, whether as a snowbird or as an expat, we understand that your health is a priority. We want to assure you that, thanks to our knowledge and experience, you have access to excellent and very affordable healthcare.
Public Healthcare in Vietnam
Vietnam has significantly improved its public health care in recent years. We understand that quality may vary, but rest assured, we will point you in the direction of the best settings.
Not everyone speaks fluent English, but with our guidance and advice you can easily overcome these hurdles.
Private Healthcare in Vietnam
For those looking for a more familiar experience, there is private healthcare. Although it may be a little more expensive, you get access to top-notch medical services and facilities. In addition, doctors and medical staff in private clinics usually speak good English, which makes communication easier. We are also here to support you where necessary.
Advice for Expats and Hibernators
- Health insurance: Consider health insurance with international coverage before you leave. This is especially crucial for long-term stays.
- Preventive care: Make the most of the affordable healthcare here. Regular check-ups and preventive care, such as vaccinations, are easy to arrange.
- Medication: Many medications are available here, but it may be helpful to carry a supply of your specific medications, just in case.
Traditional Medicine in Vietnam
In addition to modern healthcare, Vietnam has a rich tradition of herbal medicine and acupuncture. These traditional medicines have been practiced in the country for centuries and have provided healing and well-being for many generations. If you are open to alternative medicine, visiting a traditional doctor can be a unique and enriching experience.
Hygiene and Drinking Water
Although general health standards in Vietnam are improving, it is essential to be careful when drinking tap water. Bottled water is widely available and highly recommended for consumption. It's also a good idea to carry hand sanitizer and wash your hands frequently, especially before eating.
In closing, we would like to emphasize that we understand your concerns about healthcare in Vietnam. However, with the right guidance and preparation, you can rest assured that your health is in good hands during your stay. With us you are always in safe hands.