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expat2016
10/3/2016 12:22 EST

I am not sure if it's asked before and I could not find it in the threads in the forum, I wonder what private health insurance options out there for expats living in Mexico (full time or part time resident). I know you can always pay cash when you go to see doctors. I'd like to hear expats comments, suggestions, feedback with first hand experience on this. Thank you.

Rodrigo1974
10/14/2016 12:37 EST

Visit the hospital(s) that you plan to use in the event of a catastrophic emergency and see which plans they accept. ask them and the insurance company what coverage would be in the event of a heart attack or stroke and/or how much treatment typically would run via a cash payment, even. get something in writing from all of them. don't trust someone verbally quoting something. be careful and extremely cautious, indeed.

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imorcombe
10/14/2016 09:04 EST

Yes, please send it to me. My email is:


Thank you!

imorcombe
10/14/2016 09:02 EST

Yes, please send it to me. My email is:


Thank you much,

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