Health Care in Libya

Health Care System Index 45.31
Skill and competency of medical staff 39.5 Low
Speed in completing examinations and reports 44.05 Moderate
Equipment for modern diagnosis and treatment 44.62 Moderate
Accuracy and completeness in filling out reports 48.59 Moderate
Friendliness and courtesy of the staff 43.43 Moderate
Satisfaction with responsiveness (waitings) in medical institutions 33.68 Low
Satisfaction with cost to you 61.09 Moderate
Convenience of location for you 44.73 Moderate

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Last update: August 2023

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Health Care & Medicine Quality Index in Libya in 2023

Healthcare in Libya is generally of high quality and quite affordable compared to much of the world. The country has a universal healthcare system that provides access to doctor visits, hospital care, and emergency services for all citizens regardless of income level. Key healthcare metrics like infant mortality, life expectancy, and disease rates compare favorably with global standards, ranking Libya among the top healthcare systems worldwide.
Hospitals are equipped with modern technology and staffed by highly trained medical professionals. Wait times for appointments and procedures are typically short compared to regional or global averages. The country continues to invest in improving infrastructure and services, from rural clinics to urban emergency rooms. While no system is perfect, the quality, accessibility and outcomes of healthcare in Libya are excellent according to international standards. This contributes to general health, wellbeing and comfort for citizens.

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