Moldova is a small country in Eastern Europe bordered by Ukraine and Romania. The Moldova health care network is still seen as substandard, even though it has been improving recently. Travelers to Moldova are encouraged to seek all routine care elsewhere, before going to Moldova. Hospital equipment and accommodation can be lacking and shortages of particular medicines are common. Travelers who routinely take a certain medicine or who may require it (such as an EpiPen) should bring a large enough supply from home.
Doctors and hospitals in Moldova expect cash payment at the time of treatment.
If you have a medical emergency in Moldova dial 903 to reach Ambulance Services.
The U.S. Embassy maintains a list of English speaking doctors. We have included a shorter list of Medical Facilities below. We do not endorse the use of any of these medical facitilities or take any responsibility for any interaction you may have with them.
24, Andrei Doga Street,
Chisinau, MD 2024
Moldo-German Diagnostic Center
4/2 Negruzzi Boulevard
Chisinau MD 2001
65, Gheorghe Asachi Street
Moldova Travel Guide