A Look at Public Health Care Options in Mexico (Video)

A short video explaining the public health care options in Mexico, including the newest public system, INSABI.

As mentioned in the video, here’s a link to information about apostilles: https://qroo.us/2019/06/19/moving-to-mexico-a-look-at-apostilles/

Well that’s it for today. Hasta Luego.

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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.

6 Comments on "A Look at Public Health Care Options in Mexico (Video)"

  1. Thanks Paul this is really very useful! I have a question for you… I have friends who just became residence in the last month and they tell me they have just received their first Covid vaccination N Leona Vicara. Is it necessary to have your residency in order to get the Covid vaccine?

  2. Looking forward to your video on the private section for health care.

  3. Ditto. Waiting somewhat patiently for the private health care information. 2 years to go and we’ll be down there! Yayyy!

  4. Excellente!

  5. I have an adopted Mexican son and we went down to visit his grandmother in Michoachan, so we were totally out of the touristy areas. One night I had what we believed to be a heart issue with chest pains. We went to the public emergency room and I was seen immediately. They did an EKG there. Total cost for ER, doctor, EKG and some medication they sent home with me came out to 167 Pesos = US $ 8

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