Hundreds of women from Satu Mare chose to give birth in 2006 to a clinic in Hungary, due to the special conditions offered. Because this year, until now, there are almost 50 women from Satu Mare who have attended this clinic, it is estimated that their number will increase. The "Szatmar-Beregi Korhaz" clinic, chosen by them, is 30 kilometers from Satu Mare, in the Hungarian town of Fehergyarmat. For a simple birth there are received over 2,000 forint, ie around 300 lei, but in complicated cases it can reach up to 2,000 lei, depending on how many days the mother is admitted. The usual rooms in the Fehergyarmat clinic have four beds, and the conditions offered are different, from food to medical staff.
"The way my doctor treated me, as well as the conditions in the hospital gave me confidence and made me feel confident in my hands," said a mom, Mirela Koloszvary, who was born here. At the same time, tactics can assist at the time of birth after being trained by medical personnel. The head of the Community Public Service Satu Mare City Hall, Ionel Torja, estimates that every year the number of women in Satu Mare who go to the Hungarian clinic increases by 3 or 4 percent. The procedures for obtaining the birth certificate for children born abroad take no more than three months.
Read the whole article in: Freedom
March 26, 2007