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Spain has one of the best healthcare systems in the world and has been awarded with the 7th rank by the World Health Organization in this regard. This, in addition to factors like easy accessibility, affordable treatments, excellent hospitals and clinics and English speaking medical professionals have led to the country being seen as one of the top medical tourism destinations.

Spain is rapidly becoming one of the most popular medical tourism destinations in Europe, especially for travelers from Western Europe and North America. There are over 700 hospitals and clinics in the country. Doctors and medical personnel at these hospitals are well qualified and most of them can speak English.

Spain has established many wellness centers that offer the peace, beauty, serenity and inspiration required for a complete de-stressing experience and is significantly beneficial for recuperation after surgeries.

Visa requirements

There is no special provision of a medical visa to seek healthcare in Spain, so patients can travel on a tourist visa. The Spanish Immigration Department and the Spanish government
require travellers to poss a valid visa and an active passport while entering the Spanish territory. It is advisable to contact an embassy, consulate, or similar expert in visa requirements prior to traveling for your care.

Languages spokenSpanish
Currency usedEUR
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