Residents of the northern Greek city of Xanthi are increasingly crossing the border into Bulgaria in search of cheap dental services.
Bulgarians spend some BGN 2.2 B a year on pharmaceuticals, according to reports of Monitor daily.
The death of a 58-year-old Syrian woman has triggered slight tension in a refugee asylum in the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
Currently there is no threat of epidemics in Bulgarian refugee shelters, the Chief National Health Inspector, Dr Angel Kunchev, has assuaged.
Bulgaria's Social Assistance Agency has reported a dramatic increase in the number of Bulgarians without health insurance.
The management of Bulgaria's National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) expects a deficit of BGN 108 M by end-2013 and calls for a revision of its budget by Parliament.
Bulgaria’s Health Minister Tanya Andreeva has assured that the planned 10% layoffs in state hospitals do not regard the doctors and other medical officials.
The Bulgarian labor unions have alerted Wednesday about the Health Ministry planning 10% layoffs in State hospitals.
Bulgarian surgeons have operated successfully a woman with a giant tumor in her abdomen that weighed 23 kilograms.
Bulgaria's healthcare system is oversaturated with medical specialists and hospitals, yet it is inefficient and corrupt, according to a project for a national health strategy for the period 2014-2020.
Vanyo Tanov, head of Bulgaria's Customs Agency, was admitted to the intensive care unit of the Military Medical Academy in Sofia on Sunday noon
Only 40% of a total of 3.4 million Bulgarians who must make health insurance contributions pay their dues, according to the National Revenue Agency, NRA.
The Bulgarian Pharmaceutical Union (BPhU) has yet again called for firm regulations in prices of medicines.
The full ban on smoking in public places in Bulgaria ought not to be lifted, stated Bulgarian Minister of Health Tanya Andreeva.
Bulgaria's Parliament has appointed Rumyana Todorova Director of the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF).
Bulgaria’s Socialist-led government appears to have backtracked on its intention to scrap the existing full smoking ban in enclosed public spaces.
Medical staff and employees of the Sofia Oncology Hospital are staging a protest rally for the second day in a row over the Health Ministry's decision to replace the clinic's Board of Directors.
While the use of traditional drugs is largely stable, demand is soaring for untested concoctions of psychoactive substances that threaten to be more dangerous, the United Nations drug and crime agency said.
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