The Finnish healthcare system provides comprehensive and high-quality healthcare from primary healthcare services to specialized medical care – from newborns to the elderly. In many respects, Finnish healthcare is state-of-the-art among the OECD countries.
Knowledge and expertise have enabled Finland to reach a steady position as one of the wealthiest, healthiest and most prosperous countries in the world. Finland has a longer life expectancy than the EU average and is ranked as one of the leading countries in terms of quality of life. In 2020, Finland topped the World Happiness Report third year in a row based on factors such as freedom, honesty, welfare, good health, and generosity.
Excellent healthcare results
The results achieved by Finnish healthcare are world class in many areas, for example in the effectiveness of specialized medical care, in decreasing cancer mortality, and in screening and vaccination coverage.
Alongside their high-quality healthcare practices, Finnish researchers continuously contribute to international medical research and towards developing innovative technologies. Finnish research groups, as members of the international scientific community, have achieved many breakthroughs in diagnostics and the treatment and prevention of cancer, cardiovascular diseases and neurological conditions.
The quick adaptation of our groundbreaking research results and use of high technology in diagnostics, care and aftercare ensure positive results in the treatment of many serious diseases. According to international comparisons, Finns are more satisfied with their health service than their European peers. The Finnish system is based on the prevention of illnesses, the early detection of serious disease and arranging adequate health services for everyone.
•Quick admission and seamless care
•Multi-disciplinary, evidence-based care
•Excellent healthcare results
•Latest technology and drugs
•High-class hospital facilities
•Competitive & transparent pricing
•Clean and safe environment