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Non-residents and temporary visitors to Portugal will need to purchase private health insurance to cover their stay in Portugal.
This will enable them to access doctors, emergency treatment and other Portuguese health services.
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The healthcare system in Portugal is overseen by the Portuguese Ministry of Health and consists of a universal residence-based public healthcare system (SNS), a voluntary private health insurance scheme which is used by around one-fifth of the population, and a health 'subsystem' insurance scheme used in certain professions.
Portugal currently spends around 8.9 percent of its GDP on healthcare, just slightly below OECD averages.
The countries with agreements currently in place are Andorra, Brazil, Cape Verde and Morocco.
If you are in Portugal for more than 90 days and don't have a Portuguese permanent residence, you can get a certificate from your local council office () which can be used to access public healthcare in Portugal.
The average life expectancy in Portugal is 78 for males and 84.4 for females, above the European average.
The guide below includes: Eligibility for the Portuguese healthcare system is residence-based, meaning healthcare in Portugal for expats is available for those who are legal residents in Portugal.
This can include non-working residents under certain conditions, such as unemployed, retired or dependent family members.
This paper describes the spores of three bryophyte and 28 pteridophyte taxa, and pollen grains of three gymnosperm species preserved in two sedimentary quaternary profiles of Faxinal and Pirataba forests in the northern Coastal Plain of Rio Grande do Sul, Southern Brazil (29°21′S–49°45′W and 29°15′S–49°51′W).
We present these data as taxonomic references for paleoenvironmental studies in the region.Portugal has approximately 4.5 doctors per 1,000 of the population, which is also slightly above the average in Europe.