Lithuania

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Healthcare system

Lithuania provides free state-funded healthcare to all citizens and registered long-term residents. Private healthcare is also available in the country. The standard of healthcare in the country needs ...

Health insurance

The state system that offers universal health cover for all is funded by contributions from employers and employees and from revenue created through state and social insurance activity. The self-emplo ...

Facts and figures

Capital : Vilnius
Population : 3.3 million
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Medical tourism

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Healthcare system

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Facts and figures

General InformationSource

Capital : Vilnius
Population : 3.3 million
Main languages spoken : Lithuanian (official), Russian, Polish, Belarusian
Main religion : Christianity
International dialling code : +370
Internet domain : .lt
Gross National income (GNI) per capita : 24500 US $
WHO 2015

Tourism data

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World Bank 2015

Population profile

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UN 2015

Healthcare workforce

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Healthcare expenditure

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WHO 2012
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Healthcare provision

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Healthcare activity

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Health profile

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Ischemic heart disease: Male mortality rate (per 100,000) : Login to view
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OECD 2016
Prevalence of Obesity (BMI >30) : Login to view
WHO 2008

Cosmetic surgery

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Obesity surgery

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Metabolic / Bariatric Surgery Worldwide 2014
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Metabolic / Bariatric Surgery Worldwide 2011

Medical tourism

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Predictions of growth

News, 11 March, 2011

Signs of recovery of medical tourism to Central Europe

Drawing east

News, 27 October, 2010

Eastern European countries target European medical tourists

Industry participants

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Featured organisations

Kaunas Plastic Surgery

Clinic in Kaunas

Based at Lithuania’s leading private hospital, Kaunas Plastic Surgery offers a wide range of cosmetic surgery procedures including breast augmentation, endoscopic facelift, stem cell transplantation surgeries, facial rejuvenation by fat transfer, buttock augmentation and body contouring from two highly qualified and experienced plastic surgeons, Dr Tautvydas Urbonas and Dr Andrius Pajeda.

Dental Harmony

Clinic in Vilnius

Conveniently located in the heart of Vilnius in Lithuania, Dental Harmony is a state-of-the-art dental clinic offering a comprehensive range of modern dental services, including cosmetic and restorative dentistry, from an experienced multidisciplinary team. Treatments available include dental implants, All-on-4,Trefoil, DSD (Digital Smile Design), CAD/CAM designed crowns and bridges, treatments with full anaesthesia, dental veneers, 'Invisalign' clear aligners, ‘Incognito’ hidden braces, teeth whitening and periodontal plastic surgery. The clinic also provides a full range of general dentistry services for adults and children.

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