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    Medical information for people arriving from Ukraine, who have temporary protection status in Bulgaria

    Posted by Bulgaria for Ukraine on April 1, 2022

    People, who have temporary protection in Bulgaria, from vulnerable groups use the necessary medical care under the conditions and by the order for the Bulgarian citizens.

    People from the vulnerable groups are: minors, unaccompanied minors, people with disabilities, the elderly, pregnant women, single parents with minor children, victims of human trafficking, people with serious health problems, people with mental disorders and people who have suffered torture, rape or other severe forms of mental, physical or sexual abuse.

    The status for granted temporary protection is certified by a registration card of a foreigner, issued by the State Agency for Refugees (Art. 41, para. 1, item 5 of the LAR).

    HIV is a human immunodeficiency virus that weakens the human immune system and makes it vulnerable to any infection that a healthy body can fight without a problem. HIV infection develops continuously and without symptoms. The final stage of HIV infection is called AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).

    The disease is transmitted from person to person. The virus is found in most body fluids of an infected person, but only the blood, semen, vaginal secretions and breast milk contain enough viruses to infect them. HIV infection can occur through direct contact with any of these fluids in a person carrying the virus. There are three main ways of transmitting the infection: sexual, blood and vertical (from the mother to her child).

    Anyone wishing to check their HIV status can do so in the Offices for anonymous and free consultation with RHI:

    Offices for anonymous and free AIDS counseling and testing (KABKIS) at the Regional Health Inspectorates

    📍Regional Health Inspection Blagoevgrad
    Phone:073/ 887 690
    Address: ul. “Bratya Miladinovi” 22700 Blagoevgrad Center, Blagoevgrad

    📍Regional Health Inspection Burgas 
    Phone:056/ 807 102
    Address:ul. “Aleksandrovska” 120, floor 1. 8000 Burgas Center, Burgas

    📍Regional Health Inspection Varna
    Phone numbers: 052/ 665 271; 052/ 665 225;
    052/ 665 228; 052/ 665 252
    Address: ul. “Bregalnitsa” 3, floor 5, room 501

    📍Regional Health Inspection Veliko Tarnovo
    Phone numbers: 062/ 614 342; 062/ 614358; 062/ 614305
     Address: bul. “Nikola Gabrovski” 23, room 504

    📍Regional Health Inspection Vratsa 
    Phone:0879 144 799
    Address: ul. “Cherni Drin” 2

    📍Regional Health Inspection Dobrich
    Phone numbers: 058/ 604 613; 0879 498 680;
    0876 481 298; 0888 755 069
    Address:  ul. “Sveti Sveti Kiril I Metodiy” 57

    📍Regional Health Inspection Pleven 
    Phone numbers:064/ 82 37 59; 0879 398 004
    Address: ul. “Knyaz Alexander Batenberg” 7

    📍Regional Health Inspection Plovdiv
    Phone numbers:032/64 34 36; 0882 02 18 67
    Address: ul. “Perushtitsa” 1, South wing, floor 1

    📍Regional Health Inspection Ruse
    Phone: 0882 609 376
    Address: bul. “Pridunavski” 68

    📍Regional Health Inspection Stara Zagora
    Phone numbers: 0882 553 567; 0884 900 649; 0899 028 501
    Address:ul. “Stefan Karadzha” 10, floor. І, room 116

    📍Regional Health Inspection Sofia
    Phone: 02/ 813 04 81
    Address: ul. “Vranya” 20, floor 5, room 520

    📍Regional Health Inspection Haskovo
    Phone numbers: 038/ 603 237; 0879 140 265
    Address: pl. “Obshtinski” 2

    After receiving a confirmatory result for HIV – infection from the National Reference Verification Laboratory for HIV (NRPL) at the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases, according to Ordinance № 47 of 11 December 2009 on the terms and conditions for testing, reporting and reporting of infection with acquired immune deficiency syndrome virus.

    Individuals can consult and receive treatment in treatment facilities with HIV / AIDS patients:

    List of medical institutions for consultation and treatment of patients with HIV / AIDS

    📍Specialised Hospital “Professor Ivan Kirov”
    Address: Boulevard “Akademik Ivan Evstratiev Geshov ” 17, 1431 Sofia Center, Sofia

    📍University Hospital “St George” JSC
    Address: bulevard “Peshtersko Shose” 66, 4001 Western Industrial Zone, Plovdiv

    📍University Hospital “St. Marina”
    Address: bul. “Hristo Smirnenski” 1, 9010 Varna

    📍University Hospital “Dr. Georgi Stranski “
    Address: bul. Georgi Kochev 8А, 5809 Pleven Center, Pleven

    📍Hospital “Professor Doctor Stoyan Kirkovich”
    Address:ul. “General Stoletov”Stara Zagora Centre, Stara Zagora


    Tuberculosis is a serious infectious disease that is transmitted from person to person by airborne droplets. It is caused by tuberculosis bacteria and mainly affects the respiratory system. Tuberculosis is a treatable disease. The treatment lasts a relatively long time – at least six months, and requires mandatory compliance with all recommendations of the doctor. Symptoms include: cough lasting more than 2 weeks, chest pain, sputum production, weakness or easy tiredness, weight loss, loss of appetite, fever, night sweats.

    The infection is transmitted by patients with pulmonary tuberculosis who secrete tuberculosis bacteria. People in close contact can become infected by breathing air containing these bacteria, sneezing, coughing or sputum from the patient. Particularly vulnerable to the close environment of the patients are children, the elderly over 65 and people with impaired defenses of the body (chronic stress, malnutrition, alcohol and drug addiction, HIV infection, concomitant chronic diseases and others.

    There is a risk of disease in close contact with a person with tuberculosis of the respiratory tract, if you are not vaccinated against tuberculosis, spend a long time indoors with many people, the body’s resistance is weakened, you have alcohol and drug addiction, concomitant chronic diseases , you are a carrier of the HIV virus.

    In crisis situations, these risks increase.

    Diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis is carried out in the regional medical institutions for diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis:

    Specialised Hospital Blagoevgrad Ltd.
    Address: ul. “Tsanko Tserkovski” 4, 2700 Blagoevgrad Center, Blagoevgrad

    Specialised Hospital Burgas
    Address: ul. “General Gurko” 64, 8001 Burgas Center, Burgas

    Specialised Hospital Varna
    Address: ul. “Manush voyvoda” 11A

    📍Veliko Tarnovo
    SHATPPD Dr Treiman
    Address: 5003 g.k. Sveta gora, Veliko Tarnovo

    Hospital “Sveta Petka”
    Address: ul. “Tsar Simeon Veliki” 119, 3701 g.k. Geo Milev, Vidin

    Specialised Hospital Vratsa
    Address: ul. “General Leonov” 93, 3001 Vratsa Center, Vratsa

    Specialised Hospital Gabrovo
    Address: ul. “Doctor Kiril Vaglenov” 1, 5304 Southern Industrial Zone, Gabrovo

    Hospital Dobrich
    Address: ul. “Panayot Hitov” 249300 Dobrich Center

    Hospital “Doctor Atanas Dafovski”
    Address: bul.Belomorski  53, 6600 Baykal, Kardzali

    Hospital “Nikola Vasiliev”
    Address: pl. “17-ti yanuari” 1, 2501 Gerena, Kyustendil

    📍Lovech/ Troyan
    Specialised Hospital Troyan
    Address: ul. “Vasil Levski” 253, 5602 Bukovets, Troyan

    Hospital Corp. Dr. Stamen Iliev
    Address: ul. “Sirma voyvoda” 4, 3403 Bolnitsa, Montana

    Specialised Hospital Pazardzhik
    Address:ul. “Bolnichna” 154400 Pazardzhik Center

    Specialised Hospital Pernik 
    Address: Golo Bardo area, 2307 Pernik

    Dr. Georgi Stranski University Hospital
    Address: bul. Georgi Kochev 8А, 5809 Pleven Center, Pleven

    University Hospital “St George”
    Address: bulevard “Peshtersko Shose” 66, 4001 Western Industrial Zone, Plovdiv

    University Hospital “St Ivan Rilski”
    Address: ul. “Kosta Petrov” 2, 7200 Varosh, Razgrad

    Specialised Hospital “Dr. Dimitar Gramatikov”
    Address: ul. Lilia 1, 7002 Ruse Center, Ruse

    Medical Center Silistra
    Address: ul. “Petar Mutafchiev” 80, 7500 Silistra Center, Silistra

    Hospital Dr. Ivan Seliminski Sliven
    Address: bul. “Hristo Botev” 1, 8801 Sliven Center, Sliven

    Hospital “Dr. Bratan Shukerov”
    Address: bul. Bulgaria 2, 4700 g.k. Nov tsentar, Smolyan

    📍Sofia – city 
    Specialised Hospital “St. Sofia”
    Address: Boulevard “Akademik Ivan Evstratiev Geshov ” 19, 1431 Sofia Center, Sofia

    📍Sofia – region 
    Pulmonary Hospital – Sofia Area
    Address: bul. „Slivnitsa“ №309, Sofia

    📍Stara Zagora 
    Specialised Hospital Stara Zagora
    Address: ul. “Armeyska” 11, 6007 Tri chuchura – North, Stara Zagora

    City Hospital Targovishte
    Address: g.k. West

    Specialised Hospital Haskovo
    Address: g.k. Bolyarovo

    Medical Centre Shumen
    Address: ul. “Vasil Aprilov” 639705 Shumen Center

    Hospital “Sv. Panteleimon”
    Address: ul. “Panayot Hitov” 308600 Yambol Center

    Hepatitis is a disease caused by a virus. Of the five different hepatitis viruses (A, B, C, D and E), only B and C can become chronic, causing prolonged illness and severe liver damage. An expert estimate of 15 million people in the World Health Organization (WHO) European Region is living with a chronic hepatitis B infection and 14 million are infected with hepatitis C. The main routes of transmission of these infections are three: sexual, blood and vertical (from the mother to her child). Tests for hepatitis B and hepatitis C are conducted in the laboratories of the RHI (Regional health inspection):

    📍Regional Health Inspection Blagoevgrad
    Address: ul. “Bratya Miladinovi” 22700 Blagoevgrad Center, Blagoevgrad

    📍Regional Health Inspection Burgas
    Address: ul. “Aleksandrovska” 120, floor 1, 8000 Burgas Center

    📍Regional Health Inspection Varna
    Address: ul. Bregalnitsa 3, floor 5, room 501

    📍Regional Health Inspection Veliko Tarnovo
    Address:bul. “Nikola Gabrovski” 23, room 504, 5002 Rayon Zapaden

    📍Regional Health Inspection Vratsa
    Address: ul. “Cherni Drin” 2

    📍Regional Health Inspection Dobrich
    Address: ul. “Sveti Sveti Kiril I Metodiy” 57

    📍Regional Health Inspection Pleven
    Address: ul. “Knyaz Alexander Batenberg” 7, 5805 g.k. Voden, Pleven

    📍Regional Health Inspection Plovdiv
    Address: ul. “Perushtitsa” 1, South wing, floor 1

    📍Regional Health Inspection Ruse
    Address: bul. “Pridunavski” 687002 Ruse Center

    📍Regional Health Inspection Stara Zagora
    Address: ul. “Stefan Karadzha” 10, floor І, room 116

    📍Regional Health Inspection Sofia
    Address: ul. “Vranya” 20, floor 5, room 520

    📍Regional Health Inspection Haskovo
    Address: pl. “Obshtinski” 26300 Haskovo Center

    📍Regional Health Inspection Gabrovo
    Address: ul. “Raycho Karolev” 25300 Gabrovo Center

    📍Regional Health Inspection Kardzali
    Address:ul. „Gen. Vl. Stoichev” 2

    📍Regional Health Inspection Kyustendil
    Address: ul. “Tintyava” 36, 2502 Kolusha, Kyustendil

    📍Regional Health Inspection Lovech
    Address: ul. „Doctor Sayko Saev“ 255500 Lovech Center

    📍Regional Health Inspection Montana
    Address: pl. “Zheravitsa” 3

    📍Regional Health Inspection Pazardzik
    Address: ul. “Bolnichna” 17

    📍Regional Health Inspection Pernik
    Address: ul. “Minyor” 15

    📍Regional Health Inspection Razgrad
    Address: ul. “Sveti Sveti Kiril I Metodiy” 8

    📍Regional Health Inspection Sliven
    Address: ul. “Georgi S. Rakovski” 20А, 8800 Sliven Center, Sliven

    📍Regional Health Inspection Smolyan
    Address: bul. “Bulgaria” 26

    📍Regional Health Inspection Sofia region
    Address: ul. “N. Rilski” 64

    📍Regional Health Inspection Targovishte
    Address: ul. “3-ti Mart” 61

    📍Regional Health Inspection Shumen
    Address: ul. “Osvobozhdenie” 1

    📍Regional Health Inspection Yambol
    Address: bul. Dimitar Blagoev 71

    Additional information on various issues:

    The hotline for medical and health care concerning the mentioned persons, provided on the website of the Council of Ministers: https://ukraine.gov.bg/ru/useful-contacts/

    Up-to-date information on Ukrainian citizens entering Bulgaria, provided on the website of the Council of Ministers: https://ukraine.gov.bg/ru/your-legal-status/

    Information on legal aid for citizens arriving from Ukraine from the Ministry of Justice: https://justice.government.bg/home/index/cdd87418-8b82-421b-8fa3-5148a75a3e33

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