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Latvia is one of the greenest European countries along the Baltic Sea coastline. Every year thousands of people from Scandinavia, Russia, and Western Europe come to Latvia to regain their health and beauty. A moderate climate, highly qualified professionals, and the availability of modern technology ensures successful treatment and recovery.
The high quality of health services is characterised by a personal, committed, hospitable and benevolent attitude, as well as a customised approach to each patient. Diagnostic and treatment equipment in Latvian medical health care facilities meets the standards of the European Union - significant funds have been invested in ensuring that Latvia has the best of modern technology.
High-quality healthcare services are ensured by several significant factors which includes the professionalism of the medical staff - Latvian medical staff receive a competitive medical education, which is based on stable traditions.
Knowledge and practice are regularly improved through training and internship in foreign countries, and participation in international experience exchanges. Our professionals freely speak several foreign languages.
Latvia offers a range of high quality health services for a price that is very beneficial, being between two to ten times lower than in some Western European countries. A favourable geographical position allows Latvia to be reached conveniently, whether by plane, ferry, train or coach. Visitors have a wide range of hotels to chose between, including cosy hotels in Old Riga, and recreation centres in the resort of Jūrmala. Diverse Latvian cultural life and a highly interesting historical heritage provides additional options in your leisure and recreation time.
To provide a full set of services and meet the needs of medical tourists was created The Latvian Health Tourism Cluster - Latvia’s leading private and state organisations uniting in a cluster. The cluster was established in 2012 with the goal of offering quality medical services to foreign patients. It has 60 members. The cluster fosters collaboration between those working in the health sector, implements joint marketing activities, forms and markets integrated and innovative medical tourism products and services, thus making them more accessible to both locals and foreign tourists. More information: http://www.healthtravellatvia.lv/en.
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