Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Saltillo?
When we asked expats in Saltillo if healthcare and health insurance are expensive in Saltillo, they wrote...
"In Saltillo, access to adequate healthcare is limited and health insurance can be expensive. Private healthcare services are available but are out of reach for many people due to their high cost. Meanwhile, public healthcare services generally offer lower prices and are more accessible to the local population but they are not always of the highest quality and may not always meet international standards," remarked another expat in Saltillo, Mexico.
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- Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Saltillo?
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Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Saltillo?If you live in Saltillo, newcomers to Saltillo would love to hear your answer to this question: