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The Spanish Health Ministry said on Monday that the Web site has been launched in five languages to help improve health care for the immigrant community.
This new tool features documents in Spanish, English, French, Arabic and Romanian with information about how the public health-care system works, in order to give immigrants a better grasp of how to take advantage of Spain's medical services.
The site combines news, education and communications to create a support service that aids adaptation to a society that is ever more multicultural, the ministry said in a communique.
The Spanish government has compiled this material and makes it directly available over the Web to any health-care professionals working inside or outside the National Health System.
The project was developed by the School of Public Health in Andalucía.
Immigrants constitute around 10 percent of Spain's 46 million people.

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