Health in Romania - Travel Tips
You don't need any vaccine for traveling in Romania. Medical care that meets Western standards are available in Bucharest and major city. Basic medical assistance is offered in small towns, but for seriously ill or injured you need to go in a major city.
For your confort we provide private emergency medical services up to the closest hospital. This is one of the most renowned private emergency medical companies in Romania.
Our travel agency assumes no responsibility or liability for the professional ability or the quality of services provided by the medical professionals, the medical facilities or ambulance services. Payment of the medical services is the responsibility of the traveler.
Private hospitals and clinics in Romania are up to the standards that foreign citizens have come to expect in their home countries. Medical professionals in these institutions are well-trained and can usually speak English. The EU Citizens can use their European Health Insurance Card, but it provides free access only to state hospitals and tratment facilities. You need a private medical insurance (travel insurance), if you choose to benefit of prive hospitals and clinics.
You will find pharmacies available throught Romania, even in the small towns. The most common prescription and over-the-counter medication can be found,but if you prefer a certain brand, you should bring it with you, as sometimes you can find only a generic.
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