Denmark has a high quality health care system. Hospitals in Denmark have excellent facilities, and most doctors and dentists speak English. The Danish health service is financed through income tax, so publicly-funded medical treatment in Denmark is available to all Danish residents and EU citizens free of charge. Free emergency treatment is available to visitors from all other countries.
The Danish health system is divided into two sectors:
Primary health care: this is for general health problems and is usually the first point of contact if you require general medical treatment. Services in this sector are available to everyone, and include treatments from general practitioners, dentists, physiotherapists, etc.
Hospital sector: for patients who require more specialised medical treatment, for example intensive care or the need for specialist equipment.