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Relocating to a new country can be incredibly overwhelming. During the process of shifting, one detail that often gets ignored is - healthcare. If you are relocating to a country like Mexico, healthcare is a very important detail to cover. It is important to ensure that you have secured high quality care for you and your loved ones.

Preparation is the key!

Health insurance and cost of prescription drugs in Mexico is lesser compared to the USA but you need to be well-prepared if you want to enjoy quality, affordable healthcare during your stay.

In Mexico, access to healthcare has expanded in a significant manner. Today, every large to medium city in the country has a first-rate hospital. Majority of doctors employed in private hospitals or clinics in Mexico are English speaking and have received training in the USA or Europe. 

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It is never a simple exercise to explore health and medical services in a new country-especially if you are an expat. But health is one factor that you cannot ignore if you are away from home. Make sure you are well-prepared for medical emergencies before moving to any new destination.

Mexico is one country that draws in expatriates every year due to its rich culture and inexpensive lifestyle. Even healthcare in Mexico is accessible and affordable.

Private healthcare service is the best option for expats moving to Mexico. This is because when compared to public or government hospitals, private clinics and hospitals are well-equipped and offer high quality care. They have English-speaking doctors who have been trained in the USA or Europe along with professional staff.

Waiting time is also less in private hospitals and clinics in Mexico. So if you are looking for better infrastructure and specialised services customised to your health needs, then private healthcare system is the best option.

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Mexico is one of the most popular destinations for international students who are interested in higher studies. The country offers various educational opportunities at a cost significantly lower than study programs in the US or Europe. Even the cost of living in Mexico is low, making the country an ideal destination for obtaining quality education without breaking the bank.

If you are planning to shift to Mexico for education, then besides fooding and lodging, you also need to take healthcare accessibility into serious consideration. Healthcare availability and affordability in Mexico is very good for international students.

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Planning to spend your Thanks Giving holiday in Mexico? Make sure you are well-prepared for medical emergencies during your stay. Unexpected injury or illness can come unannounced so it is always better to have a plan in advance. It will not only help you minimise financial costs but also save you from emotional trauma. 

If you don’t want to land up in an ill-equipped clinic or hospital in Mexico and get treated by inexperienced doctors, then here are a few factors to consider to be better prepared for medical emergencies in Mexico:

  • Make sure you have all the necessary personal and medical information with you during your travel. This will assist the doctors in giving you the best possible treatment. 
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Planning a holiday to Mexico? When you are in a different country on a vacation, the last thing you want to think of is a medical emergency. But unfortunately, emergencies come unannounced, so it is better to be prepared. 

It is very important to have a plan for what you will do if you face a medical emergency when holidaying in Mexico. Here are a few things that you must know in order to be better prepared:

  • Most hospitals in Mexico ask for payments up-front. If you are visiting a hospital for urgent or emergency care, you will have to pay up-front for services rendered. 
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