Emergency medical care includes all medical activities aimed at restoring acute life-threatening disorders and maintaining the vital functions of the body. (Article 2 of Ordinance № 25 of 4 November 1999 on the provision of emergency medical care).
Emergency medical care is provided in the necessary amount of emergency to any person in need of such, regardless of his citizenship, place of residence and medical insurance status pursuant to Art. 3 of Ordinance № 25 of 4 November 1999 on the provision of emergency medical care.
Emergency medical care is free for all persons on the territory of Bulgaria, including third-country nationals and is not linked to the availability of health insurance. (Article 4 of Ordinance № 25 of 4 November 1999 on the provision of emergency medical care)
Emergency medical care can be requested on the emergency phone number 112. It is possible to speak to an operator in English.
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