What about the healthcare system? Who will pay if I need to go to the doctor or hospital?

Romania’s public health system has experienced a rapid transformation within the past few years. For taxpaying residents and employees (both nationals and foreigners), public healthcare is provided for free.
You will need to register with a General Practitioner for primary healthcare. When necessary, your practitioner will direct you to a specialist. Consultations and most procedures are free, but some services are charged according to the fees set by the National Health Insurance House.
The latest medical technology and state-of-the-art equipment are mostly found in private health centres. However, Romanian doctors are highly qualified and divide their time between public and private hospitals. Many specialists studied abroad, and senior doctors provide expertise in Western Europe.
At Webhelp Romania, private health insurance is part of your benefits package. You will have access to private hospitals and clinics, as well as enjoy the advantage of faster appointment times and better facilities. In private centres from Bucharest, all medical professionals speak good English and even French or German.