Health and Medical Care

Health Insurance

To enter Romania, foreign citizens need a travel medical insurance.

Public health insurance – after receiving the residence permit, you may subscribe to a general practitioner during the period you are a student at Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai. You can choose any general practice clinic; the list with all their names and addresses is available at the National Health Insurance Company’s Office located on 2, Constanţa Street or at www.cas.ro.

Private health insurance – usually, the risks covered are: emergency care, unpredictable disease, prescription medicine and basic dental care, etc. Depending on the insurance type, you can also get temporary/permanent disability coverage, rehabilitation and physical therapy, etc. You can buy health insurance policies varying between 1 month and 12 months; you can choose to fully cover the entire amount or make separate payments.

Medical Treatment in Romania

In case you find yourself in need of medical assistance, you can go to any authorized medical unit, public or private. Some private health insurance companies will refer you to a specific clinic or hospital that they have a contract with. You will be issued a medical bill, stating all the procedures, interventions, medication, etc. Within 30 days, your health insurance company should cover the related expenditures. This means that, in case your insurance company has a contract with the medical unit you received treatment from, the bill will be settled between the insurance company and the medical unit. You won’t have to pay anything. In case the medical unit doesn’t have a contract with your insurance company, you will have to pay the bill and apply for a refund from the insurance company; you should receive your money within 30 days. Ask your insurance company to give you the list of all the medical units they are working with. It is important to note that, should any emergency/disease occur, you will need valid identification and residence documents in order to get proper medical assistance.

Public Hospitals in Cluj-Napoca

1. EMERGENCY HOSPITAL (SPITALUL CLINIC JUDEŢEAN DE URGENŢĂ CLUJNAPOCA)- 3/5, Clinicilor Street
2. MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL (SPITALUL CLINIC MUNICIPAL CLUJ-NAPOCA) – 11, Tăbăcarilor Street
3. HOSPITAL FOR ADULTS (SPITALUL CLINIC DE ADULŢI CLUJ-NAPOCA) – 5, Constanţa Street

Private Hospitals

Policlinica Grigorescu
1, Stefan Mora Street
Phone: 0040-264-585900, 0040-754-041447
Website: http://www.pol-grigorescu.ro
Policlinica Interservisan
5, N. Pascaly Street
Phone: 0040-264-414133, 0040-264-414163
Website: http://www.interservisan.ro

Drug stores

VITAFARM – 36, Mihai Viteazul Street
VITA CARE INTERNATIONAL – 25/1 Napoca Street
SENSIBLU – 14-20, Mihai Vitezul Square
23, Memorandumului Street
18, Ştefan cel Mare Square
– 8, Clinicilor Street
– 135, 21 Decembrie Street
REMEDIUM FARM – 131, 21 Decembrie Street

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *