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The finest in managed health care in Mexico. Use your US and Canada insurance in Mexico

According to a survey by International Living, expats can find excellent quality healthcare in Mexico at prices as low as 50% or less compared to the United States. Quality, accessibility and affordability of healthcare are top three factors due to which expat numbers are on the rise in the country. The long U.S border also allows retirees to take advantage of the US Medicare system in Mexico. 

Almost every city in Mexico has first-rate hospital with well-trained, English speaking doctors. Common prescription drugs are also easily available in the country and most pharmacy chains have an adjacent doctor office for free medical advice. 

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Lakeside Medical Group - Providing Top-notch Medical Healthcare for US expats in Mexico at affordable prices

The fascinating natural attractions, beautiful pristine beaches, pleasant climate throughout the year, and low cost of living are some of the reasons why Mexico is a preferred destination for tourists and expats from across the globe, especially from the USA. Mexico is quite an affordable and relaxing country to live in compared to some of the other neighbouring countries.

Are you a US resident planning a short vacation or an extended stay in Mexico? Are you looking to settle permanently in Mexico? If you are planning something like this, then one of the first questions that comes to mind is the healthcare system. Well, the healthcare in Mexico is quite advanced and at the same time affordable too. The cost of healthcare services in Mexico is nearly half or even less than half compared to the USA.

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We're all on the lookout for ways to improve health and get better insurance cover to safeguard it. For expats residing in Mexico, the choices may seem a bit restrictive. They often end up looking for better alternatives to ensure that they remain covered on a rainy day.

Especially in Mexico where the healthcare system is divided and different for different people, it is important for expats to know the managed care benefits available to them with respect to healthcare.

Let’s understand the healthcare system in Mexico first.

Healthcare for unemployed Mexicans stands at the lowest level while the top level comprises services such as the ones offered in hospitals and private clinics. Expats often tend to rely on the mid-leveli.e. Instituto Mexicano De Seguro Social (IMSS) which is available to employed citizens as well as foreigners. Participation in this program is mandatory for both employers and employees, and includes all medications and treatments for a cost per month.

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Expats are generally citizens who live outside their native land. Which means they are rarely aware of all the services and facilities needed. And one of the vital services is healthcare services. For expats to get full medical attention in times of requirement, Lakeside Medical Group has come up with the idea of an end-to-end meet of your healthcare issues in Mexico.

Lakeside Medical Group has the policy of managed care which means that starting from the routine checkup to consulting specialist, if needed, to hospitalization, it will arrange everything for expats without letting them worry about anything. There’s a vast range of hospitals, pharmacies, and diagnostic centers collaborated with the group. The group only suggests those places where the expats insurance policy can be easily accepted. Don't fret, all the hospitals strictly follow the American Medical Association guidelines and protocols.

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Mexican Medicare is the most inexpensive & excellent & the one you can rely on in case of any emergencies.

If you are planning to visit a new country for a short period, or permanently settling down, the first and biggest concern that arises is healthcare. But, in case you are moving to Mexico, you need not worry about it. Visit any city in Mexico & you will find at least one first-rate hospital. 

And another plus point is that it is highly affordable, generally half or less than half of the USA. The same is the case with the prescription drugs that are manufactured in the USA. They are on average 30% to 60% less costly than the drugs that are manufactured in the USA.

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