Since its separation from the Soviet Union in 1991, Lithuania underwent an economic and free-market transition. Before joining the EU in 2004, the country had Europe’s fastest growing economy. Today Lithuanians can enjoy the effects of improving living standards, with a life expectancy of 70% for males and 80% for females.
Healthcare in Lithuania
Although healthcare in Lithuania has improved greatly, quality still varies from amongst different hospitals and clinics. There are adequate English-speaking doctors and nurses in Lithuania, as well as most medical supplies are widely available.
Insurance for Expatriates in Lithuania
If you are visiting or thinking of permanently residing in Lithuania, it is vital that you talk to Expat Financial about your international insurance requirements, especially for global medical coverage.
Here is a list of different types of insurance coverage you will want if you are planning to become an expatriate in Lithuania:
- International Health Insurance
- Expat Life and Disability Insurance
- Travel Insurance
- Evacuation Coverage
- Group Expat Insurance Plans