Moldova Health

Moldova Health
The Moldova health care system has improved immensely over the years but still there is less availability of modern equipments in the hospitals of Moldova.


The Soviet government has helped in building many Moldova health care units to provide better service to the patients. In the year 1990, Moldova had one hundred and twenty nine hospitals beds and there were only forty doctors.

During 1991, the Moldova government had spent twelve percent of the total budget in improving the health care system in Moldova.

Presently, there has been a lot of improvement in the Moldova health care sector with the assistance of various non governmental organizations working there.

The American International Health Alliance aided by the USAID has introduced new programs in controlling the spread of tuberculosis in Moldova. This organization has also taken up various projects to prevent the spread of HIV aids and Hepatitis B and C.

The people of Moldova mainly suffer from cardiovascular diseases, cancer and respiratory diseases.

The consumption of alcohol is so high among the Moldova citizens that it has turned into a major reason behind the deaths occurring in Moldova. The extensive use of different kinds of herbicides as well as pesticides by the people of Moldova has helped in the growth of deadly diseases.

Presently, the number of Moldova hospitals have increased immensely which comes around to hundred.

Today, Moldova has more or less eighteen local hospitals and five clinics for outdoor patients in the Chisinau city. The University Moldova hospital is a chain of hospitals situated all over the capital of Moldova.

The Trinity hospital, St. Michael and Urgenta hospital are the most well known medical care units of Moldova.

The standard of medical care in these Moldova hospitals is moderate. The buildings are not well maintained and thus have resulted in the non-function of various life-saving equipments.