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Healthcare in Budapest, like that of greater Hungary, is highly effective, reputable and usually affordable. These aspects have begun to attract medical tourists to the country, especially for dental care and elective procedures.
Expats in Budapest that are employed by a local company can make use of Hungary’s public healthcare system, which covers most medical costs.
Many expats make use of the numerous private hospitals and clinics in Budapest, as this guarantees high-quality medical services and personnel who speak English.
Below are some of the most reputable hospitals and clinics in Budapest.
Private hospitals and clinics in Budapest
Rózsakert Medical Center
Address: Gábor Áron u. 74-78, 1026
Dr Rose Medical Center
Address: Széchenyi István tér 7, 1051
Buda Health Center
Address: Nagy Jenő u. 8, 1126
Address: Hattyú u. 14, 1015
► For more information on health services in the country see Healthcare in Hungary.
"I hooked up with my doctor when I arrived and she has been great in overseeing my prescription needs ever since. I had to have an angioplasty a few years ago and the hospital, doctor and operation services were excellent. The visit and procedure cost a fraction of the cost compared with the same thing in the US. Living in Hungary is especially good for heart conditions."
Read more about American expat Gary's experiences in Budapest.
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