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We asked expats in Santa Ana if they have access to public healthcare in Santa Ana. And, if they do have access, what is it like. They wrote...

"I am eligible to enroll in the public health system. To do so, the expat must have their legal residence. The amount of the voluntary insurance is about US $ 40 a month (US $ 480 a year), and the registration process is simple. Generally, expats insure themselves, since it is an advantage to have a fairly wide network of public hospitals. Pre-existing conditions are covered. The quality of the public health service is debatable, as the times to get medical appointments are sometimes very long," wrote a member who made the move to Santa Ana, Costa Rica.

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