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Albeit there are General Practitioner and other doctors who speak the English language, it may come in handy to know few words in Italy to describe your health status to the doctor. Here our handy vocabulary General words and terms healthsalutedoctor (medical)medico/medicigeneral practitioner (GP)medico di basefamily doctormedico di famigliaspecialistspecialistaprivate surgerystudio medicohomoeopathyomeopatiahospitalospedalehealth centrepoliambulatoriofirst aid, emergency or
Every house needs a water supply to provide for the most basic human needs. Italy has a wide network of potable water in all of its households scattered throughout Italy, and it also ranks very high in the potable water index, meaning that individuals can consume tap water with no restrictions. The Italian water system
DISCLAIMER This article is intended to help you navigate the abortion system in Italy. Our intent is to educate the audience about the bureaucracy the abortion process entails, with no intent to provide advice nor solicit pro-life or pro-choice debate. Abortion in Italy has become legal in 1978 and it is regulated by the Law
Once you have determined your eligibility for the Italian healthcare system, you need to register for the service and get your Tessera Sanitaria. As a new resident of Italy you need to register to the Italian health system, and obtain your Tessera Sanitaria How do you register for the Health system? The health system registration
The Italian schooling and education system starts from kindergarten up to secondary education. Italy has a mandatory education requirement for pupils aged from 6 to 16 years of age, which includes: 5 years of elementary school;3 years of middle school;2 years of secondary school. Let’s find out Early Childhood Education and Care – ECEC Italy
The hospital treatments in Italy are not generally for free. We are not talking about emergencies and rush to the hospital care which are always free, but we refer to: Specialist visits (doctor appointments, blood and other tests);Prescription drugs;Certain ER admissions;Thermal treatment. The above mentioned treatment requires the patient to pay for it in part