Doctors and Hospitals in Mexico

Monday, September 1, 2014

Finding a Reliable Doctor in Mexico

I write a lot about medical care in Mexico, and how Americans and people from other nationalities can take advantage of the competitive prices of healthcare in the Mexican market.

However, what if you have already decided you want to move to Mexico or come get the healthcare you need? How do you know what doctor or hospital to go to?

One good idea would be to get a copy of The English Speaker's Guide to Doctors and Hospitals in Mexico, which includes listings of doctors, dentists, specialists, hospitals, and clinics in the most populated or popular parts of Mexico. All the doctors on the book have experience working with foreigners and have the experience and accreditation needed for their respective fields.

If you're planning to visit Mexico on vacation, you might want to get a copy too, just to be safe and know where to go and what numbers to call in case something happens during the vacation.

You can buy the Guide on here, or on here

If you'd like to know more, read about Coca-Cola and diabetes in Mexico.


Robert Ervin is a freelancer who writes about healthcare, medical tourism, and living in Mexico.

If you're considering traveling to Mexico for healthcare or retiring in Mexico, you may want to  get yourself a copy of The English's Speaker's Guide to Doctors and Hospitals in Mexico in order to find a good doctor or hospital in the main towns and cities of Mexico, or The English Speaker's Guide to Medical Care in Mexico, to understand how the Mexican healthcare system works. 

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