Expat Healthcare Advice for Bali
It's very important to have health insurance
and if you're on an international scheme, then have the documents on the ready to give proof. If you don't have healthcare insurance, be prepared to pay a pretty penny when sorting health bills!
Emergency Medical Care in Bali
There are many clinics and hospitals [in Bali] that are privately owned, but the ones in rural areas are staffed by people who speak little English. The most most popular hospital is BIMC in Nusa Dua
which offers superb healthcare.
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Quality of Healthcare in Surrounding Area
One can get the right healthcare needed in any area you are in, but not all have the same superior quality like at BIMC. An efficient ambulance service is available at BIMC. Taxis run 24/7 and they are another option to use when in an emergency. It is so important to have health insurance as costs can be hefty if one is hospitalized for serious issues.
Most drugs are easily available at pharmacies that are dotted everywhere. Most antibiotics can be bought over the counter, at a cost much less than in Europe.
Expat Health Insurance in Indonesia
My kids and I all had dengue fever
at the same time and were taken very well care of at BIMC, Nusa Dua. I am so pleased we had health insurance because the hospital bill would have cost us a hefty US $2100!
Healthcare in Indonesia
Expats talk about healthcare conditions in Indonesia, the importance of health insurance, traveling abroad for medical care and more.
Expats talk about healthcare conditions in Indonesia, the importance of health insurance, traveling abroad for medical care and more....
Healthcare in Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia
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Healthcare in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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Healthcare in Bali, Indonesia
An expat in Bali, Indonesia talks about the importance of having health insurance, the best hospital in Bali and lower cost prescription meds.
Answer Questions about Healthcare in Indonesia
Help others moving to Indonesia by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Indonesia, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.