Great Site to Find Doctors in Mexico, Check Reviews, Compare Prices and Schedule Appointments

My wife Linda and I have called Mexico’s Riviera Maya home for over five years now. Since moving here, one of the things that has impressed us most about Mexico is the quality and affordability of private healthcare.

We’ve written more than a few articles about the healthcare system here. If you haven’t read any of them, you might want to check them out after you finish this one. Here’s a link to the medical category of our site: https://qroo.us/category/medical/

Today’s article is about a super useful website that will help you find doctors all over Mexico, compare prices, check reviews and even book appointments. That last part is pretty convenient.

https://www.doctoralia.com.mx/

Let’s Wrap This Up

I first heard about this site from one of our readers, Wendy, who sent me the link.

When I showed it to Linda, she said that she had been using it for awhile and had actually scheduled her latest doctor’s appointment through the site. I guess you can tell which one of us is in charge of taking care of things like that in our house.

Well, that’s it for today. My coffee pot is empty and that means it’s time to get back to my being an active retiree in Mexico.

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Qroo Paul
Paul Kurtzweil (Q-Roo Paul) was a deputy sheriff in Florida for 25 years before retiring at the rank of lieutenant in 2015. He and his wife moved to Mexico looking to maximize their retirement income. They later started a blog called Two Expats Mexico (qroo.us) to share their experiences as well as information about the logistical and legal aspects of retiring south of the border.

8 Comments on "Great Site to Find Doctors in Mexico, Check Reviews, Compare Prices and Schedule Appointments"

  1. Thanks again for your great necessary information, Paul! Knowing where to look for medical help is the most important tool we can have if we have a health emergency. Finding out before we need the service is key to surviving many emergencies.

  2. I don’t mean to be disrespectful of your decisions about how you treat your body, but I must chime in here that for me a great benefit of living in Mexico is the number of alternative healers. Medical professionals are dedicated to helping, but mostly are ignorant, not getting proper training in med schools, which are corporate controlled like the whole Pharma State.

    My doctor in Tepoztlán, Morelos, Mexico (near Cuernavaca) is both alleopathic and homeopathic, charging me $200 MXN ($10 USD) on the low end of her sliding scale per visit.

    FYI: Here is a blog I wrote comparing the standard medical with healers in Tepoztlán:
    https://www.donkarp.com/healers-and-healing

  3. Excellent information as always. Thanks!

  4. Wish Puerto Vallarta was on the list 🙁 JD

  5. Thankyou for addressing this topic. I am a Canadian living in La Paz in the winter,,..except this one. I must say that the quality of care I get in La Paz is over the top!..I have had Rotator Cuff surgery..Orthopedic wrist surgery, Dental Implants and Crowns at a veeeeeeery fair price.
    You just need to make the correct connection!
    Thanks again…and even less expensive than Canada
    Ron

  6. Great article, and as always, it goes into my special file just for Two Expats Mexico. Thank you!

  7. All true except if you have a medical emergency and are hospitalized for a couple of weeks, Without a healthcare plan it could cost you an enormous amount of money. I know from friends’ experiences and my own. Canadian medical is basically free . Dental is a different story. Very inexpensive here in mexico and good.

  8. These days we are wondering whether against our government’s advice it would actually be safer for us to be in Puerto Morelos as usual this winter instead of here in Toronto. It’s a tough call.

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