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Expat Health Insurance and Healthcare in San Ignacio, Belize

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An expat in San Ignacio, Belize discusses local medical care and the availability of prescription medicines. Most common prescription medicines are available at the local pharmacy and many do not need a prescription.


Emergency Medical Care in San Ignacio

La Loma Luz - Santa Elena. I am not aware of the emergency services. Quality of care is adequate, but my last experience was 12 years ago! Private hospital.

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Quality of Healthcare in Surrounding Area

I don't need to.

Prescription Medicines

Yes, common prescriptions are available at our local pharmacy. They are inexpensive and you often do not need a prescription. Anything prescribed by the local doctor is available locally. If you had an unusual illness of needed a particular medication, it would be wise to bring additional supplies, but once here you can speak to the pharmacist and likely they can arrange to bring it in for you.

Quality of Healthcare Compared to Home

[  ] Better
[x] Somewhat Better
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[  ] Somewhat Worse
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Availability of Medical Care Compared to Home

[  ] Better
[  ] Somewhat Better
[x] Same
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Primary Method of Payment for Medical Care

[  ] International Health Insurance
[  ] Insurance Purchased in the Country I Live Abroad In
[x] Out of Pocket
[  ] Social Program (Medicare, Nationalized Health Insurance or Similar)
[  ] Other


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