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Expat Healthcare & Health Insurance in Angeles City, Philippines

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An expat in the Philippines urges newcomers to get health insurance. Without insurance, she explained that you'll need to have a lot of cash on hand for emergency treatment. She talks about her son's hospital stay for a broken arm.


Expat Healthcare Advice for Angeles City

It's very important to have cash ready, or to be on one of the many local medical insurances available. Without money, you are doomed!

Emergency Medical Care in Angeles City

Angeles Medical Center was about 5km from where we lived. Most of the staff are unfriendly! My son broke his arm and I was infuriated by the awful way we were treated. As expected, it was expensive as we had to stay for a week, but the room was very clean and the food was good. We, however, got the needed medication.

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Integra Global is a different breed of health plan provider. Smaller, more flexible. Intelligent and personal. Our mission is to make our members feel as safe in their new country abroad as they felt back home. With Integra Global, you're not just another number. Unlike some of the bigger insurers, we are able to provide a fast, flexible and personal service to all our members and our plans are designed specifically for the healthcare needs of expats.

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Quality of Healthcare in Surrounding Area

Local hospitals in Germany are very efficient! The hospitals and medical centers in The Philippines are all average.

Prescription Medicines

Common medication is available in the many pharmacies dotted around the city. Prescriptions for antibiotics are needed, but not for asthma inhalers etc. Medication is much cheaper than in Germany.

Expat Health Insurance in Philippines

There are a lot of health insurance choices on offer and it is highly recommended to go on one of them. To be without cash and medical insurance may become a death warrant for the "Unprepared"!

Quality of Healthcare Compared to Home

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Availability of Medical Care Compared to Home

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Primary Method of Payment for Medical Care

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

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