DocTours Ushers Medical Tourists to Mexico’s Lakeside

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DocTours is a medical concierge for tourists who’ve chosen Mexico. Its principals are Deborah Van Arsdel, RN, and Jeffery J. Smith, author. Their medical colleagues are some of the best Mexican doctors, dentists, and counselors.

The team operates in the biggest expat community of Americans and Canadians. Those gringos made their new home on the shores of Lake Chapala.

Both Debbie and Jeffery have worked and played in Mexico. Why?
* The climate,
* the cost of living, and
* the friendly people make it easy to keep coming back. It’s an ideal destination for medical tourists.

Debbie’s profession was not only nursing but also inspecting. She kept medical facilities on their toes, so they kept their practices up to legal standards. She knows just what to look for when vetting Mexican health professionals.

With her big heart, she’s gone beyond helping humans. Also she rescues our furry friends–no pet could ask for more! Equally content are the clients who stay in her BnB.

Jeffery has enjoyed robust physical health all his life–and intends to keep it that way. The only place to do that–that’s affordable and close to America–is Mexico. Working as a concierge, he learns from the best doctors and dentists, and is more than happy to introduce them to you. Part of the job is researching medical breakthroughs. He’s happy to pass on this good news, too. What helped prepare him for this work was being a news editor, events organizer, and tour guide.

All the caregivers with whom DocTours collaborates have earned the requisite credentials. They went to top-notch universities, keep up with the literature, and attend professional conferences–and speak English. Furthermore, they all display that extra human touch which patients in a foreign land long for.

Soon’s you’re ready… DocTours Ushers Medical Tourists to Mexico’s Lakeside. Come and heal on holiday. To arrange your visit, contact DocTours.

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