Public healthcare system

How social security works in Romania

 All members of the Romanian public healthcare system are entitled to treatment. Services are paid for from insurance contributions. Citizens of other EU countries visiting Romania can access the system if they hold a European Health Insurance Card from their home country.

The unified national social health insurance fund is administered by the National Health Insurance Agency (CNAS) and its regional centers. The following categories are insured without having to pay any contribution:

Everyone else pays contributions out of their salary.

Under the above-mentioned law, all those insured are entitled to free medical services such as medical consultations, prescriptions, and basic hospital care. Primary medical assistance is provided by family doctors or General Practitioners (GPs). Primary medical assistance can also be provided by various practitioner partnerships, ordinary practices or clinics. GP’s provide medical services for insured, registered and uninsured patients, such as:

Private healthcare

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