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How are healthcare services in Belize?

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When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Belize, they replied...

"Word of mouth is a great way to find a doctor if you need one. Our pharmacist has a neurogist that comes to her place of business twice a month from Belize City. He is a wealth of information. Also, be willing to travel to Belize City or Chetumal Mexico to see specialists. We are very pleased with the care we have received thus far. Most of our prescriptions cost us less or equal to our copay in the US without having the cost of a monthly premium on top of that. We are going to look into getting an international health insurance just in case one of us has an emergency that can not be handled here or in Mexico," wrote a member who made the move to Corozal/Belize City, Belize.

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"Our first choice is to go to the local pharmacist, who is very knowledgeable and helpful," explained one expat living in Hopkins Village, Belize.

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