Note to self; stay in der DZ.
Hey, demonio blanco con una esposa muy caliente y una hija muy sabrosa....
I am tri-lingual but Spanish is not it.
Medical care in Mexico is cash and carry for foreign tourists. Fortunately, the fees are not grossly inflated as they are in the U.S.No snark!
Curious about catastrophic medical evacuation insurance?
"What if" a family member becomes seriously ill or injured 500 miles from the US border? Does Mexico provide free medical treatment to foreign nationals, do they accept Obamacare?
Meanwhile, Credit card is declined and hubby rapidly bleeding-out from a femoral artery gash suffered in a severe auto accident.Medical care in Mexico is cash and carry for foreign tourists.
The old saying, you get what you pay forFortunately, the fees are not grossly inflated as they are in the U.S.
If anyone in my family were to suffer life-threatening injury or illness, I want them airlifted back to the states, post haste not vectored to a discount infirmary.There are many options for medical insurance coverage for American and Canadian tourists in Mexico, which typically reimburses your out of pocket medical costs.
Price, extent of coverage?Medical evacuation/airlift insurance from a Mexican medical facility to the U.S. is also available.
MASA is $540/year, plus $60 enrollment.Price, extent of coverage?
Baja is a scary place. Don’t go. Stay home and wait for Disneyland to open back up.
Your thirst for truth is easily quenched.Nothing in it about Baja.