Archive for 'Healthcare in Nicaragua'
Posted on 28. Mar, 2013 by Gran Pacifica.
Before traveling to a foreign country, tourists will want to prepare by investigating the healthcare system. When doing so for Nicaragua, people find that they are fortunate because they will be staying at Gran Pacifica. Gran Pacifica is located in Managua, and this is exactly where travelers will want to be if they begin to encounter a serious medical problem.
Posted on 06. Feb, 2013 by Valeria Espinoza.
On Thursday February 7, the Mikes Gringo Life show features the Expat Kids as the opening segment. Emily Cobb, 8 years old, not to be outdone by her big sister Amanda age 12, wants to take on the role of host for the show and interviews her big sister. They discuss their new school, the Nordic School [...]
Posted on 27. Dec, 2012 by Gran Pacifica.
Most of the highly-specialized hospitals are located in Managua. Both Vivian Pellas Metropolitan Hospital and Hospital Bautista offer quality care to Nicaraguans and to medical tourists. Though there are some improvements to be made to the hospitals and medical care system in terms of equipment offered, the healthcare system is still better than many countries in the world.
Posted on 06. Dec, 2012 by Gran Pacifica.
Patients in the United States and Canada have turned to Nicaragua as the newest location to receive quality medical care at lower costs. WellMed Nicaragua, located in Miami, Fla., is making this possible. Their recent launch was attended by the Nicaraguan Minister of Tourism, Mario Salinas.
Posted on 20. Sep, 2012 by Gran Pacifica.
Retiring to Nicaragua does not have to mean that people’s healthcare will suffer, especially if they are going to be moving close to the capital city Managua and other major cities. Healthcare is very good in Nicaragua and it is also less expensive than it is in the United States. Therefore, people have the opportunities to maintain their health even if they move out of the States and retire in this foreign country.