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Healthcare & Health Insurance In Coronado, Panama

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Expat Healthcare Advice for Coronado

Make sure you can fly back to the US for health care. You can not get health care in Panama unless you have cash. We were held at gunpoint in Panama till we came up with the CASH following my husband's surgery. Did not matter that we had retired military health insurance.

Emergency Medical Care in Coronado

One hour from Hospital National and Punta Pacifica

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Quality of Healthcare in Surrounding Area

You have to go into Panama City. Care is adequate only if you have CASH in hand.

Prescription Medicines

NO. Had to have them flown in.

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The providers do NOT accept insurance in Panama.

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CANDYMAN replied on May 18, 2020 17:01:

I have lived in Coronado now close to 5 years.We own a home in what once was Club Ecuestre - Healthcare San Fernando Clinic is a suitable place to take care of many health issues --testings etc. Anything major, yes you need to go to Panama City.There are many fine hospitals there.I have had some health issues and was very satisfied with the care and cost. Cost of living in my case is so much lower here.We moved from a 2,500 sq ft house in Coral Springs Fl..Our home here is about 2,100 sq.ft and overall expenses are way lower real estate taxes etc.If you are JUBILADO PENSIONADO status take advantage of preferential mortgage rates,Elect bill discounts prescription drug discounts as well as many other discounts.We feel perfectly safe here

CANDYMAN replied on May 18, 2020 17:01:

I have lived in Coronado now close to 5 years.We own a home in what once was Club Ecuestre - Healthcare San Fernando Clinic is a suitable place to take care of many health issues --testings etc. Anything major, yes you need to go to Panama City.There are many fine hospitals there.I have had some health issues and was very satisfied with the care and cost. Cost of living in my case is so much lower here.We moved from a 2,500 sq ft house in Coral Springs Fl..Our home here is about 2,100 sq.ft and overall expenses are way lower real estate taxes etc.If you are JUBILADO PENSIONADO status take advantage of preferential mortgage rates,Elect bill discounts prescription drug discounts as well as many other discounts.We feel perfectly safe here

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