Latvia

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Healthcare system

The financial crisis means the government faces a huge struggle to prevent deterioration of the health status. Important reforms such as moving service provision away from hospital care, and increasin ...

Health insurance

The Latvian health system, based on general tax-financed statutory health care provision, provides cover to the entire population and access to a basic service package, but still leaves patients expos ...

Facts and figures

Capital : Riga
Population : 2.2 million
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Medical tourism

Within this section, you will find published information on medical tourism numbers, our estimate of inbound and outbound medical tourism, and IMTJ news and external news that provide estimates of med ...
 
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Healthcare system

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Facts and figures

General InformationSource

Capital : Riga
Population : 2.2 million
Main languages spoken : Latvian, Russian
Main religion : Christianity
International dialling code : +371
Internet domain : .lv
Gross National income (GNI) per capita : 22970 US $
WHO 2015

Tourism data

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World Bank 2015
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World Bank 2015

Population profile

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OECD / WHO 2015
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OECD / WHO 2015
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UN 2015
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UN 2015

Healthcare workforce

Physicians (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Physicians (per 1,000 population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
General Medical Practitioners (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
Nurses (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
Dentists (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
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OECD 2016

Healthcare expenditure

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WHO 2012
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WHO 2015
Government expenditure on health as % of total government expenditure : Login to view
WHO 2015
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WHO 2015
Private expenditure on health as a percentage of total expenditure on health : Login to view
WHO 2015

Healthcare provision

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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
No of hospital beds (per 1,000 population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
CT scanners (per 1 million population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
MRI scanners (per 1 million population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
PET scanners (per 1 million population) : Login to view
OECD

Healthcare activity

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OECD 2016
Coronary angioplasty (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD
Hip replacement (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD
Knee replacement (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD
Cataract surgery (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD
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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016

Health profile

Breast cancer: Female mortality rate (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Prostate cancer: Male mortality rate (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Ischemic heart disease: Male mortality rate (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Ischemic heart disease: Female mortality rate (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Deaths due to HIV/AIDS (per 100 000 population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Prevalence of Obesity (BMI >30) : Login to view
OECD 2017

Cosmetic surgery

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ISAPS 2013
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ISAPS 2013
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ISAPS 2013
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ISAPS 2013
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ISAPS 2013
Total cosmetic: Non-surgical procedures : Login to view
ISAPS 2013

Obesity surgery

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

Medical tourism

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Industry participants

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Featured organisations

Clinic EGV

Clinic in Riga

Clinic EGV is a leading reproductive health and infertility clinic in Riga, Latvia. The Clinic is staffed by experienced physicians, all of whom are members of international reproductive health professional associations, and has ISO 9001 quality certification.

IVF Riga

Clinic in Riga

iVF Riga is a first-choice clinic for infertility treatment and reproductive genetics. It is headed by Violeta Fodina, a renowned expert in the field of reproduction. iVF Riga clinic offers a unique centre for reproductive genetics as well as the first official and the largest bank of genetic material in the Baltic countries.

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