There are 13 health centres and 6 hospitals in Mahé, Praslin and La Digue. They offer a wide range of services, such as medical advice, family planning, maternal planning, prenatal care, oral health, dressing, screening and physiotherapy. Victoria Hospital also offers a range of specialist services including radiology, ophthalmology, chemotherapy and surgical procedures.
A new, modern clinic was inaugurated in Beau Vallon in April 2011. The Women and Family Hospital on Mahé in the district of Perseverance has also been operating since August 2017. In 2018 the Anse Royale Hospital was rebuilt, including a quarantine station for corona symptoms.
The largest hospital is in Victoria, it was newly expanded in 2015. Medical care and standby service are also available on request through the accommodation or island resorts.
The Euromedical Family Clinic Seychelles is a private clinic on Eden Island. You can reach it in Office 206, in Eden Plaza, on the first floor. Telephone: 4 324 999
The fees for private clinics/private doctors vary. Medical on-call service costs between SCR350 and SCR1000. A visit to a doctor in a local practice costs between SCR150 to SCR500 for tourists.
State medical practices can be found in most districts, a consultation with a doctor costs here for a tourist SCR300.
There are also several dentists on Mahé, Praslin and La Digue. The clinics are generally open from 8.00 to 16.00 hours, patient visits can be arranged by the hotel on request. The average cost of a dental examination or extraction for example is SCR500 for public dental clinics and SCR1000 for private clinics.
There are clinics in almost every district. The corresponding numbers below.
Clinics and Health Centres
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