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Expat Health Insurance and Healthcare in Atlantida, Uruguay

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An expat in Atlantida, Uruguay talks about mutualistas, prescription medicine availability and the proximity of specialists.

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Emergency Medical Care in Atlantida

About an hour by car. In Canada it was 15 minutes. Have not used the hospital. Have not used emergency services. Clinics are mutualistas - you belong and use their doctors and clinics and hospitals for a monthly fee.

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Quality of Healthcare in Surrounding Area

There are specialists about 1/2 hour away but for anything major you go to MVD which is an hour or more from me.

Prescription Medicines

Yes they are available. It is cheaper to get a prescription and pick them up at the pharmacy of the mutualista you belong to. You can also get them at a local pharmacy. if you have the container you often do not need a prescription for common items They are probably similar in price to what I would have paid in Canada

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Suzu44 replied on May 14, 2020 13:42:

May I ask what would be the best health insurance for a retired expat couple from the US who are 76 and 67 years old in perfect Health with no chronic conditions who use no farmaceutical medications and prefer alternative treatments when necessary. They would have no requirements for conventional interventions unless in acute or emergency situations. Thank you for any advice... We are currently residing in Colonia Del Sacramento.

Suzu44 replied on May 14, 2020 13:41:

May I ask what would be the best health insurance for a retired expat couple from the US who are 76 and 67 years old in perfect Health with no chronic conditions who use no farmaceutical medications and prefer alternative treatments when necessary. They would have no requirements for conventional interventions unless in acute or emergency situations. Thank you for any advice...

Suzu44 replied on May 14, 2020 13:41:

May I ask what would be the best health insurance for a retired expat couple from the US who are 76 and 67 years old in perfect Health with no chronic conditions who use no farmaceutical medications and prefer alternative treatments when necessary. They would have no requirements for conventional interventions unless in acute or emergency situations. Thank you for any advice...

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