Since the end of the Angolan civil war in 2002, the country has seen substantial improvements in a variety of sectors, medical centers in Luanda are one of them. It’s still very much on its way to becoming the country it can be. Even though it’s been two decades since the civil war ended, it took an additional eight years just to draft the Angolan constitution. As they say, Rome wasn’t built in a day. Healthcare is one of those things that’s improved in the recent past, but it’s still considered to be of low quality when compared to most of the developed world. This doesn’t mean there aren’t effective medical centers in Luanda. Angola, especially, offers many private clinics that can provide much better care than the local hospitals. At the same time, companies that tend to relocate workers to Angola sometimes provide their own medical facilities. Of course, these facilities, as well as many of the private clinics, only offer basic medical care. Most expats, as well as wealthier Angolan citizens, end up traveling out of the country for more complicated procedures. Again, this doesn’t mean that you can’t find quality medical care in Angola. The best medical centers that the country has to offer are found in Luanda and are staffed with well-trained, fully capable medical professionals. Emergency services are available as well, and if a facility doesn’t have the training or the equipment to perform a certain procedure, they’ll stabilize the patient so that they can be transported to another facility.