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Emergency Wards Short Of Doctors
More than 600 doctors are needed to meet basic requirements at emergency wards, Chamber of Physicians president István Éger has declared in a letter to Human Resources Minister Zoltán Balog. more »
Survey Shows Hungary’s Healthcare Near Bottom In Europe
The Hungarian healthcare system has slipped three places on the Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI), a comparative list that claims to measure the “consumer friendliness” of healthcare systems in 35 countries, making it one of the worst-performing in Central and Eastern Europe, according to a report yesterday by online news portal index.hu. more »
Number Of Last Week’s Flu Patients Highest In Ten Years
More than a hundred thousand Hungarians went to their doctors with flu-like symptoms in the past one week and this is the highest number registered over the past ten years. The increase in new patient numbers was 50 percent compared to the previous week, the national epidemiology centre (OEK) said on Wednesday. more »

Hungarian Medical Association Reports Severe Lack Of Emergency Doctors


Hungarian Medical Association Reports Severe Lack Of Emergency Doctors
Of the estimated 600 qualified doctors needed to work in the emergency wards of Hungarian hospitals, fewer than 140 are currently on duty, according to a study conducted by the Hungarian Medical Association (MOK). The organization’s president István Éger referred to the findings in a letter to the Undersecretary of Health in which he urged that meaningful measures be taken to correct the problem. more »

Hungary Hospital Waiting Lists Getting Shorter


Hungary Hospital Waiting Lists Getting Shorter
The number of patients on public hospital waiting lists in Hungary has continued to decrease and the government will spend an additional 5 billion forints (EUR 16.2m) this year on reducing them further, the state secretary for health said. more »

Number Of Flu Patients Up In Hungary


Number Of Flu Patients Up In Hungary
The number of flu patients has doubled since last week, over 31,000 people seeking medical advice, epidemiology centre OEK reported. In the second half of the week, the number of patients seeing their doctors because of flu-like symptoms has increased in all parts of the country, OEK said. more »



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