On this page, you can the following information about medical desertification in Romania: 

1) An illustrative story about an individual affected by medical desertification in Romania 

2) Our country report on medical deserts in Romania 

3) A selection of indicators for background information about Romania 

4) Our Medical Deserts Diagnostic Tool: maps based on the contextualised set of indicators 

 

Map 1: General Practitioners / 10000 inhabitants

This is a map of Romania showing the number of general practitioners (GP) per municipality, and per 10.000 inhabitants as a possible indicator of healthcare access.

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Map 2: General Practitioners / adjusted 10000 inhabitants

This is a map of Romania showing the number of general practitioners (GP) per municipality, and per 10.000 adjusted inhabitants.

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Map 3: General Practitioners / adjusted 10000 inhabitants & considering neighboring localities

This is a map of Romania showing the number of general practitioners (GP) per municipality, and per 10.000 adjusted inhabitants and considering also the supply and demand in neighboring localities.

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Map 4: Pharmacies / 10000 inhabitants (unadjusted index)

Simple counts are used for number of pharmacies, respectively population size.

This is a map of Romania showing the number of pharmacies per municipality, and per 10.000 inhabitants.

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Map 5: Pharmacies / 10000 adjusted inhabitants (adjusted population; locality only)

Simple counts are used for number of pharmacies. Population is adjusted according to its age structure.

This is a map of Romania showing the number of pharmacies per municipality, and per 10.000 adjusted inhabitants.

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Map 6: Pharmacies / 10000 adjusted inhabitants & depending on neighboring localities

The index is taking into consideration only the unadjusted population of the locality and the number of pharmacies from that locality.

Localities are colour-coded from light blue (lowest numbers) to dark blue (highest numbers).

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Map 7: Hospitals level 1-3 / 1 million adjusted inhabitants [30 km catchment area]

Population is adjusted according to its age structure. Both population and hospitals include information on neighboring localities.

This is a map of Romania showing the number of level 1-3 hospitals per municipality, and per 1 million adjusted inhabitants, and also considering the supply and demand within 30 km catchment area

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Map 8: Hospitals level 1-5 / 1 million adjusted inhabitants [30 km catchment area]

Population is adjusted according to its age structure. Both population and hospitals include information on neighboring localities.

This is a map of Romania showing the number of level 1-5 hospitals per municipality, and per 1 million adjusted inhabitants, and also considering the supply and demand within 30 km catchment area

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