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The health system in Albania has undergone changes in recent years and Prime Minister Edi Rama promotes every day the investments made in infrastructure and medical equipment and various medications.
But in fact, if we look at the specialized statistics for this field, we will see that the health system in Albania is not as good as it appears.
The Health Care Index has rated Tirana with 48 points for 2023, ranking 255 out of 266 cities in the world.
These assessments are based on cost, staffing (doctors, nurses and other medical personnel) and access to high quality medications.
The cities of the region are ranked better compared to Tirana.
The Bulgarian cities, Varna and Sofia, rated respectively with 62.2 and 57.4 points, are ranked in the index at 192 and 217. The Serbian capital, Belgrade, is rated with 53.5 points and occupies the 238th place.
Another Serbian city is also included in the ranking. The health care service in Novi Sad is rated with 50.4 points and is ranked two places ahead of Tirana, in 248th place.
The capital of North Macedonia, Skopje is ranked 234th with 54.5 points. No cities of Montenegro and Kosovo are included in the index.