We found #Ajijic on #Lake Chapala, a village 35 minutes south of Guadalajara’s airport. Rather than facing hardship when old age approaches, I am suddenly upper middle class. The cost of living is that low. Continue reading “What’s Good For Expats is Good For Medical Tourists to Mexico, Too”
Some 9 million American citizens #live overseas, according to the State Department. Nearly half a million receive Social Security benefits while residing in #foreign countries.
Most US #retirees choose #Mexico, Costa Rica (which used to be part of Mexico), and Panama (which used to be part of Columbia). So says International Living’s Annual Global Retirement Index. Because of low costs, accessible health care, and beautiful vistas.
If you retire with hefty savings or income, you may trigger envy. Continue reading “Taxes May Follow Expats, But Not Medical Tourists to Mexico”
Americans who vacation in #Mexico meet many #Mexicans who speak English. Because many Mexicans spend time working in the US. Due to working and #vacationing, neighbors get to know each other. And enjoy each other’s culture. Furthermore financially, gringos get to save on #medical and #dental care. Meanwhile, Mexicans get to save their wages. Continue reading “Record Remittances & Medical Tourism Draw Mexican-US Economies Closer”
Are you going to #Mexico to save money on #dental or #medical work? If so, then probably you won’t be staying in a five-star resort. However, it’s good to know that a top-flight hotel is in the neighborhood. Because you can count on local government to match it with top-flight infrastructure. Everybody will be able to use the smooth roads and fast wi-fi. So, welcome a grade-A hotel to the Lake Chapala riviera. Continue reading “Medical Tourists–Welcome Mexico’s 1st Radisson Blu Spa”
Trying to decide whether to travel abroad for treatment? Need to know how to ensure quality? We answer 7 common questions. Continue reading “7 Questions About Medical Tourism to Mexico”
Fertilizer & Medical Tourism in Mexico: the Link
You know the expression, “Food is medicine.” That means, the healthier your food, the healthier you are. What makes food healthier is to grow it in soil that’s rich in nutrients. Continue reading “Fertilizer & Medical Tourism in Mexico: New Beneficial Link”
Dental-Medical Tourists to Mexico Save Bundles
During this year, about 56,000 dental-medical tourists to Mexico will purchase treatments. They come mainly from America and Canada, but also from Central and South America. Depending on where one is from, a visiting patient can save up to 90% in dental procedures performed in Mexico. Compare that to the costs in one’s home nation. Continue reading “Dental-Medical Tourists to Mexico: Influx of Pleased Patients Grows”
Memorial Day in Mexico City Pantheon
Today, the Mexico City National Cemetery hosted its annual Memorial Day Ceremony. There, US soldiers from the 1847 invasion are buried. The government of Mexico commemorates those fallen, despite having lost the war and half their territory to the US. Continue reading “Memorial Day in Mexico: Time to Reflect”
Future Market Insights provides market intelligence and consulting to clients in over 150 countries. They’re headquartered in London, the global financial capital, with delivery centers in the US and India. Noticing a boom, they answer what drives tourism growth. Continue reading “What Drives Tourism Growth? Medical Tourism at #1?”
Seniors Seeking a Doctor In Mexico Seek …
According to Gallup, nearly a third of Americans consider traveling abroad for medical procedures. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, thousands already do. They go for dental work, surgery on joints or face, and for a second opinion. Many are seniors seeking a doctor In Mexico. Continue reading “Seniors Seeking a Doctor In Mexico, Know This”