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Expats share their experiences with healthcare and expat health insurance in Mexico.

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Expat Health Insurance and Healthcare in Xalapa, Mexico

Cruz Roja (Red Cross) provides emergency transport to public hospital. Torre Hakim is filled with doctor's offices as well as Hospital Angels. There are a number of Centro de Salud within the city providing basic care.

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Welcome Home Mexico occupies a niche in the market as a successful relocation and real estate firm helping expats moving to Mexico! As seen on CBS news, PBS, in the L.A. Times and more, we are one of the leading companies in this field. Welcome Home Mexico offers a wide range of services, multi-lingual knowledgeable brokers with experience, efficient and professional service.

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Expat Healthcare & Health Insurance in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico

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An expat in Playa del Carmen talks about the importance of private health insurance in Mexico. Because of her private insurance, she has access to private hospitals and even coverage worldwide. She can even travel to the United States for treatment.

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Expat Healthcare & Health Insurance in Monterrey, Mexico

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An expat in Monterrey, Mexico shares her thoughts about the expat health insurance, the health care system in Monterrey, medical facilities and much more.

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Expat Healthcare & Health Insurance in Tijuana, Mexico

Although I have met people having care for serious conditions, my experience has only been dental. People I know who had the same procedure done just across the border in San Diego had side effects I did not experience with my Mexican dentist.

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Expat Healthcare & Health Insurance in Huatulco, Mexico

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What would happen if you lived in Mexico with private health insurance and were hit by a taxi? One expat tells her harrowing story and how she survived both the accident AND being treated at a public hospital.

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Expat Health Insurance and Healthcare in Monterrey, Mexico

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An expat in Monterrey, Mexico discusses the cost of prescription medicines, proximity of hospitals and public vs. private health insurance.

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Expat Healthcare & Health Insurance Queretaro City & Tequisquiapan, Mexico in Queretaro City and Tequisquiapan, Mexico

Tequisquiapan has a NUMBER of private hospitals. I cannot tell you about them as I travel TO QUERETARO for my health issues. I live in Tequisquiapan, Queretaro. For an expat, myself, I found myself unfortunately over the past 2 years needing healthcare. 1. Shoulder surgery 2. I was "found" by the ONLY venomous spider in all of Mexico and 3. I fell in Costco in Queretaro slipping on water on the floor and broke my hip. I have Medicare in the USA but it does you NO GOOD in Mexico. Period. Call me jaded but i cannot see paying for 2 health insurances at the same time. I am seriously considering stopping Medicare (after 3 years here) as it is useless here and why waste $200 a month?

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Expat Healthcare & Health Insurance in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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An expat in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico talks about healthcare options in PV - public and private. She offers tips for insurance claims, the best pharmacies, speaking Spanish and more.

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Healthcare in MexicoHealthcare in Mexico

If you're moving to Mexico or an expat living in Mexico, understanding the Mexican healthcare system is essential. We offer an overview of the public and private healthcare systems in Mexico, health insurance for expats in Mexico, hospitals and prescription drugs.

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Expats living in Mexico talk about their own experiences with healthcare, hospital visits, emergencies, finding a doctor, buying health insurance in Mexico and more.

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If you're moving to Mexico or recently arrived, it's important to know about the country's top hospitals for specific medical conditions. Here's a primer.

If you're moving to Mexico or recently arrived, it's important to know about the country's top hospitals for specific medical conditions. Here's a primer. ...

Healthcare-in-MexicoUnderstanding Mental Health in Mexico

Expatriates often encounter all kinds of stress while residing overseas. Understanding the workings of mental healthcare services in Mexico is essential.

Expatriates often encounter all kinds of stress while residing overseas. Understanding the workings of mental healthcare services in Mexico is essential....

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Knowing which hospital you would go to should a medical emergency arise while living in Mexico is important. This information is provided (but not endorsed) by expats and the US Embassy in Mexico.

mexico Healthcare FAQMexico Healthcare FAQ

Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about healthcare and health insurance for expats in Mexico.

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Additional information about healthcare and health insurance for foreigners in Mexico.

expat healthcare surveyAnswer Questions about Healthcare in Mexico

Help others moving to Mexico by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Mexico, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.

Having-a-Baby-In-MexicoExpats Talk about What it's Like Having a Baby in Mexico

Read recent baby reports submitted for Cabo San Lucas and Guanajuato.

If you're an expat parent who had a baby abroad, write a report about your childbirth experiences to help other expecting expat parents.

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Help others in Mexico by answering questions about the challenges and adventures of living in Mexico.

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