What are healthcare services like in Salinas?
We asked retirees if they have access to good medical care in Salinas. They wrote...
"Salinas provides a range of healthcare services to its citizens and visitors. The city is home to a number of public and private hospitals, clinics, and medical centers. The public health system is free, while private health services require payment, and medical insurance is often accepted. Specialty medical services and complex medical procedures can also be obtained from some of the city's medical centers. Pharmacies and drug stores are also plentiful in the city, providing medication to both citizens and visitors. Salinas also has a wide range of health-support centers, such as medical laboratories, physical therapy clinics, and nutrition and diet centers," said another expat in Salinas, Ecuador, Ecuador.
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