Best & worst hospitals in Romania

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Ferentari Giulesti and military among the poorest districts in medical facilities in Bucharest
16 state hospitals and private, together with over 90 private offices and dozens of pharmacies, Oradea , the capital and largest city in Bihor County, was designated as the urban center with the best medical facilities in Romania according to a study by real estate advertising platform Storia.ro .

Ranking continues with the cities of Brasov, Timisoara, Targu Mures, Baia Mare, Pitesti and Cluj-Napoca. In contrast, among the most disadvantaged cities in terms of medical facilities are Giurgiu, Focsani, Tulcea, Calarasi, Constanta, Bacau and Vaslui.

Dacia in Timisoara ranks first in the ranking of districts with the best medical facilities in Romania. Top continues with Ştefan cel Mare (Bucharest), Gavana 3 (Pitesti), Dawn (Cluj-Napoca), November 7 (Targu Mures), Sun (Timisoara), Civic Center (Brasov) and Cedonia (Sibiu). Rogerius district of Oradea ranked number 5. At the bottom of the table are neighborhoods Gai (Arad), Bereasca (Ploiesti), Ferneziu (Baia Mare) and Station (Slatina).

In the historical regions Banat was designated 8332 as the Romanian region with the best medical facilities, followed by Maramures, Crisana and Transylvania. The lowest score at the perception of people towards medical facilities in cities and their neighborhoods was obtained Dogrobea, Moldavia and Wallachia. Bucharest and Ilfov area is mid-table.

In general, cities with a large population with a high gross domestic product and a low unemployment rate were considered and cities with the best medical facilities. In contrast, most disadvantaged cities in terms of medical facilities are on average less than 100,000 inhabitants and a high unemployment rate.

Enjoy knowing, ranking 9th in capital ranks 9 among cities with the best medical facilities in Romania. In the ranking, more than 29,000 Bucharest rated their neighborhood where they live. The first are Ştefan cel Mare neighborhood as having the best medical facilities, followed by areas Regiment, Cotroceni Floreasca. Areas Bessarabia and Titan Aviation is at the top. The last positions are occupied by Prelungirea Ghencea, Ferentari and 23 August streets (puppy). Giulesti Baicului, Rahova or military are the same, Bucharest neighborhoods designated as disadvantaged in terms of medical facilities. Middle ranking are areas such as Linden, Bucur Obor Colentina. Civic Center, Astra and tractor are neighborhoods Braşov with the best medical facilities and Stupini Delta and New Castle are the most disadvantaged in this regard. For Timisoara neighborhoods Dacia, Sun and Girocului were evaluated by locals as having the best medical facilities, and at the bottom of the table are areas Airport, Freidorf and Lugojului. Residents Targu Mures have designated November 7, 1848 Avenue (Dâmbu stone), and Central as the areas with the best medical facilities. At the opposite pole are Mureşeni areas, Union Square and Tudor Vladimirescu. Pitestenii have designated neighborhoods North County Hospital, May 9th and Central as the areas with the best medical facilities. Bereasca areas, Bucharest, Mihai Bravu Boulevard was designated as the most disadvantageous in terms of medical facilities. For city dwellers Cluj-Napoca , the best neighborhoods in terms of access to medical facilities are Dawn Center and Gheorgheni. At the bottom of the table are neighborhoods Hello, Someşeni and Round mound. “Cities and neighborhoods in Romania” Perception access to the best medical facilities is the third theme of the study faceted of Storia.ro and research agency D & D Research, ” Cities and neighborhoods in Romania “, to be held by the end of 2017. to date, almost 170,000 Romanian replied to the questionnaire proposed by Storia.ro. To be ranked, study participants were asked to evaluate the cities and neighborhoods where they live in terms of access to the medical facilities on a scale of 1-5, where 1 is very bad and 5 is very good. Only entries received at least 100 responses were included in the final standings. According to the same research Storia.ro, Oradea was rated as being the city with the highest degree of safety and Brasov city with lowest cost of living. 

 

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