The Italian healthcare system (the Servizio Sanitario Nazionale or SSN), is considered to be one of the best in Europe, with efficient access to treatment and state-of-the-art facilities to ease your introduction to Milan healthcare.
There are numerous English-speaking doctors and paediatricians in Milan and non-Italian speakers have access to medical translation services in most large hospitals. There are also several maternity and family clinics in Milan, with many additional healthcare services available to pregnant expat mums and families across the city.
Milan is home to a number of recommended alternative therapists specialising in a range of therapies in health and wellbeing, from support with nutrition or homeopathy, to physiotherapy and acupuncture.
Whether families require a child psychologist or are seeking an English-speaking dentist in Milan, parents have plenty of different options in Italy’s second largest city.
To read more information on the Italy healthcare system, visit the MumAbroad Ultimate Guide to Moving to Italy.