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All fertility treatments and assisted reproductive technologies are broadly covered by Order no. 248 from the Minister of Healthcare. The Parliament of Lithuania recently debated an Assisted Reproduction technology bill, which exactly describes all fertility treatment methods, rules and regulations in detail, but the law, and any changes to it, hasn’t been passed yet.More about fertility treatment in Lithuania >
Lithuania has a full national health system paid for by the Health Insurance Fund. Fertility clinics are private, have good success rates and safety records and are able to offer most advanced methods of treatment.More about the Lithuania healthcare system >
The Lithuanian healthcare system
In summary Lithuania has a full national health system paid for by the Health Insurance Fund. Fertility clinics are private, have good success rates and safety records and are able to offer most advanced methods of treatment.
The healthcare system in Lithuania (a EU and NATO member) is designed according to the basic principles common to European cultures. Universal access to basic medical services is granted to the whole population. Basic medical services are mainly free of charge for the consumer and mostly financed according to a solidarity-based scheme of statutory health insurance operational since 1997.
The region’s leading, most reputable doctors usually work in hospitals as well as private clinics where standards are extremely high. Clinics have state of the art equipment and are able to offer the most recent methods of treatment, especially in the fertility field. Lithuania is top ranked for the quality of Health and Hygiene in the world. It’s capital Vilnius is one of the greenest European capitals – the perfect place for starting a family, medical tourism and recovery.
As a result, Lithuania is now an increasingly popular destination in Europe for medical tourism, especially infertility, dental, obesity treatments, cosmetic, heart, eye and orthopaedic surgery, health screening and diagnostics. It is within easy reach of many EU cities, and due to the lower cost of living, Vilnius and Kaunas have become destinations for medical treatment, as well as for tourists and business.
Fertility clinics in Lithuania are privately owned. The clinics have experience in providing treatment with high success rates to foreign patients, who come to avoid long waiting lists or very high costs.
Lithuania is particularly popular with patients from UK, Russia, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Belarus as it's costs are among the lowest in EU.