According to the WHO, Israel has the best healthcare system in the Middle East. It has had a mix of the public and private sectors since 1994 and covers its entire population through four heavily regulated and subsidised private companies. It has the 13th highest number of doctors per capita in the world. Quality of health care is on a similar level (if not better) as much health care in Western Europe and North America.
Although tariffs on medicines have been declining in recent years, they are still around 6%. Israel is also a major manufacturer and exporter of generic medicines. The active ingredients required to assemble these medicines attract a tariff of 6%.