Bulgarian general practitioners (GPs) decided at their meeting in Veliko Tarnovo on Saturday to end the protest they have been staging since the beginning of the week on Monday.
The protest of Bulgarian general practitioners (GPs) is to grow further on Thursday as ten more regions will join in it.
The protest of general practitioners (GPs) is continuing to spread across Bulgaria, with nine more regions joining on Wednesday.
General practitioners (GPs) from five other Bulgarian regions will join the actions of their colleagues from the first four regions who began protesting by closing their practices on Monday.
General practitioners (GPs) will stage protests across Bulgaria starting from Monday.
The Bulgarian Constitutional Court revoked on Tuesday key parts of the package of healthcare reforms which had been proposed by Health Minister Petar Moskov.
Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry has advised the country's citizens to exercise caution when visiting parts of South America afflicted by mosquito-transmitted diseases.
The Bulgarian parliament adopted on Thursday the national health strategy 2014-2020.
The Bulgarian parliament is to vote on Thursday on the national health strategy (2014-2020).
Bulgaria has ranked low in terms of smart healthcare spending, recent data shows.
Politicians should be wary of attempts to manipulate the market or direct consumer behavior to one or another kind of goods, Bulgaria's Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov has said.
Food containing high quantities of sugar, salt, caffeine or vegetable oil might be levied a tax ranging between 3 and 80 percent, Bulgaria's health and sports ministers said on Tuesday.
Salaries in the emergency healthcare sector will increase by 20% as of January 2015, according to Deputy Health Minister Vanyo Sharkov.
211 000 Bulgarian nationals, or 3% of the population, have no access to emergency medical service because they live in remote areas, according to a report of the National Audit Office (NAO) on the quality of medical care in the country.
Bulgaria’s Health Minister Petar Moskov has proposed to introduce a new tax on producers of “junk food” to stimulate the use of healthy food, particularly by children and adolescents.
The World Bank has recommended to Bulgaria to cut Value Added Vax (VAT) levied on medicines as the tax is too high and poses a heavier burden on the poorer patients, Sega news daily reported on Monday.
The temporary bathing ban at the central beach of the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Lozenets remains in force.
Bathing on the central beach in the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Lozenets has been temporarily forbidden due to polluted waters.
Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania and Latvia topped the list of number of amenable deaths in 2012, the EU's statistical body Eurostat has said.
Bulgaria’s Health Minister Petar Moskov has revoked the license of a private hospital, Surgery Hospital „Papurov” in Targovishte.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has vowed that Health Minister Petar Moskov will withdraw a set of legal amendments paving the way for the privatization of hospitals.
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