Falkland Island Healthcare

Falkland Island Healthcare

The Falkland Islands Government Health and Social Services Department provides medical and dental care for the islands. The general standard of health within the Falkland Islands is good.

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Fiji Health Care and Vaccinations

Fiji Health Care and Vaccinations

Healthcare facilities in Fiji urban areas are adequate for routine medical problems. In the rural areas staff training is limited and there are often shortages of supplies and medications. Emergency response is extremely limited, and the few ambulances available are poorly equipped and staffed.

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Healthcare in French Guiana

Healthcare in French Guiana

France is responsible for general public health, but the competencies specifically pertaining to health are divided between the State level and the local administrative units, which draw up and implement local health policies, undertake health surveillance, and participate in policy development for public and private hospitals, human resources development, and the organisation of networks of health professionals.

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Health in Gabon

Health in Gabon

Most of the health services of Gabon are public, but there are some private institutions, of which the best known is the hospital established in 1913 in Lambaréné by Albert Schweitzer. The hospital is now partially subsidized by the Gabonese government.

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Health care in Gambia

Health care in Gambia

The healthcare system in Gambia is built around 3 levels which are Primary, Secondary and Tertiary. There are to date 4 referral hospitals which are operated by the government.

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Healthcare in Ghana

Healthcare in Ghana

In Ghana, most health care is provided by the government and largely administered by the Ministry of Health and Ghana Health Services.

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Guam Health Care and Vaccinations

Guam Health Care and Vaccinations

Health insurance is strongly advised, owing to the high cost of health care. There is one civilian hospital, the Guam Memorial Hospital, and a number of private clinics, as well as some medical facilities run for US military personnel. For emergencies dial 911.

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Health in Guinea

Health in Guinea

Guinea has been reorganizing its health system since the Bamako Initiative of 1987 formally promoted community-based methods of increasing accessibility of drugs and health care services to the population, in part by implementing user fees.

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Healthcare in Guinea-Bissau

Healthcare in Guinea-Bissau

The health care system is inadequate. Aid from UNICEF and the World Health Organization has enabled Guinea-Bissau, one of the poorest countries in the world, to strengthen its health management and decentralize the health system in the country.

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Healthcare in Guyana

Healthcare in Guyana

The delivery of health services is provided at five different levels in the public sector:

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