Expat Healthcare Advice for Mendoza
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Emergency Medical Care in Mendoza
Have had good experiences with Clinica de Cuyo in downtown. There are lots of hospitals but I have no experience with them. Had experience with private doctors who inspired total confidence, even though they do not have all their records automated and in many cases, simply took notes on a little pad with a pencil. I find it impossible to give overall ratings such as that requested above--"same," "better, etc" so disregard what I put above.
Expat Health Insurance in Argentina
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Common Rx may not be available all the time. The government restricts imports severely, and there are times when certain prescriptions are simply not in the pharmacies. This has happened repeatedly and affects, for example, heart and cancer medications. Cost is about the same as in the U.S. I know an Argentine cancer patient who at one point had to go all over town to numerous pharmacies in search of a medication and could not get it for weeks.
Healthcare in Mendoza, Argentina
An expat in Mendoza, Argentina has had very good experiences with local doctors and Clinica de Cuyo downtown. She warns that some prescription medicines may not be available since the government sever
Healthcare in Mendoza Province, Argentina
An expat talks about health care and health insurance in Mendoza. He advises that the government does not offer medical insurance to senior citizens. Also, he says that prescriptions cost about the s
Answer Questions about Healthcare in Argentina
Help others moving to Argentina by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Argentina, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.