Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Saipan?
When we asked expats in Saipan if healthcare and health insurance are expensive in Saipan, they wrote...
"Aside from what I said above, we use my husband's Blue Cross insurance with no trouble. It costs the same as elsewhere, being a benefit of his federal job (he transferred here). Our copays are the same as in Hawaii," said another expat in Saipan, US.
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- Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Saipan?
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Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Saipan?If you live in Saipan, newcomers to Saipan would love to hear your answer to this question: