Since the end of the Bosnian War in 1995, Bosnia and Herzegovina has taken steps, and made progress in restoring stability and reconstructing infrastructure that was lost. Today Bosnia and Herzegovina is home to diverse cultures, with three dominant ethnic groups: Bosnians, Serbs, and Croats; and three official languages: Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian.

Although the country has one of the fastest developing tourism industries, political protests are known to happen. In February 2014, protests that started over unemployment became violent as cars and government buildings were burned.

Healthcare in Bosnia & Herzegovina

Although life expectancy is high in Bosnia and Herzegovina, most proper modern hospitals and clinics are situated within Sarajevo. Medical facilities and supplies outside of the city are very limited. We encourage expats in the country to obtain a global medical plan that will cover medical treatment outside the nation.

Insurance for Expatriates in Bosnia & Herzegovina

If an expatriate is covered by the local system in Bosnia & Herzegovina, there may be no need for international health coverage unless the expat wants to be able to seek medical treatment back home or abroad. Some firms will still place their expats under an expat health plan.

Here is a list of different types of insurance coverage you will want if you are planning to become an expatriate in Bosnia & Herzegovina:

If you require a quote for insurance coverage for expats in Bosnia & Herzegovina, contact Expat Financial today for a quote and to discuss your Bosnia & Herzegovinan expatriate health insurance requirements.