Formerly a state connected with the Soviet Union, Bulgaria entered into democracy in 1990, and became a member of the European Union in 2007. Although Bulgaria’s living standards have improved significantly over the years, frequent rallies and demonstrations may be cause for alarm. Pick-pocketing and petty theft are also common occurrences, so be sure to avoid taking any valuables or large amounts of cash out in public.

 Healthcare in Bulgaria

Bulgarian physicians and doctors are well trained and on par with other developed countries. The delivery of health services is a combination of government compulsory health insurance and private medical practices. Many Bulgarians will obtain private supplementary coverage. Many facilities are understaffed and cannot treat patients with serious medical problems. Evacuation is likely essential.

Insurance for Expatriates in Bulgaria

Most expatriates who reside in Bulgaria will want to obtain medical insurance coverage that will cover them globally either including or excluding the USA. Here is a list of different types of insurance coverage you will want if you are planning to become an expatriate in Bulgaria:

If you require a quote for insurance coverage for expats in Bulgaria, contact Expat Financial today for a quote and to discuss your Bulgarian health insurance requirements. We are a key resource for expats in this country.