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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.

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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.

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