What are medical services in Las Terrenas like?
When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Las Terrenas, they replied...
"Medical services in Las Terrenas, are relatively basic but accessible. The town has a few small clinics and medical centers that offer primary care, emergency services, and minor surgical procedures. For more specialized treatments or serious medical conditions, patients may need to travel to larger cities like Santo Domingo. Pharmacies are available throughout the town, providing essential medications and over-the-counter drugs. It is advisable for visitors to have travel insurance and be prepared for limited medical resources in Las Terrenas," commented one expat who made the move to Las Terrenas, the Dominican Republic.
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- What are medical services in Las Terrenas like?
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