Less Access To National Health Care In Hungary

  • 20 Jun 2016 9:00 AM
Less Access To National Health Care In Hungary
More and more people have no access to health care services in Hungary, research institute Political Capital found in a study carried out with the financial help of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. In April 2016 there were no family doctors in 260 locations meaning that some 5% of the population did not have their own family doctor.

Women in wheelchairs have no access to breast cancer screening in practice, researcher Eszter Sinkó said at the press conference presenting the survey.

According to WHO statistics private households covered about a third of the total health care expenses in Hungary in 2014.

Source: Hungary Around the Clock

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