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How To Register With The Health System In Argentina

Argentina (known officially as the Argentine Republic) is a country located in the southern half of South America. It is the eighth-largest country in the world and the largest Spanish-speaking nation on Earth, covering an impressive landmass of 1,068,296 square miles. In addition, Argentina lays claim to a portion of Antarctica, as well as several islands in the South Atlantic, including the British-ruled Islas Malvinas (Falkland Islands), whi ...    more ...

How To Keep Your Health Insurance Costs Low In Argentina

Healthcare in Argentina is generally considered to be of a very good quality, although this can vary depending on geographical location. In many cases, expatriates who are based in more remote locations are better off purchasing a private health insurance policy. Holding a private health insurance policy in Argentina is completely optional for expatriates, so will be down to your own preference and discretion.    more ...

How To Keep Fit And Healthy In Argentina

Understanding the health and fitness culture in Argentina is difficult, as there is conflicting information. Whilst Argentines are often pictured as tanned and toned, statistics suggest that the country has significant problems with obesity. This article will look at how healthy Argentina really is and what you can do to make sure you stay in shape while you’re living there.    more ...

How Much Do Health Procedures Cost In Argentina?

How much you will pay for health procedures in Argentina will largely depend on what type of cover you have in place. The healthcare system is divided into three subsectors: public healthcare, mutual healthcare, and private healthcare. It is estimated that approximately 50% of the population use the public healthcare system in Argentina.    more ...

How Does Cancer Care In Argentina Compare With The USA?

Argentina is the eighth largest country in the world, in terms of landmass, and around 45 million people live there. It is the fourth largest country in the Americas, the second largest in South America, and the largest Spanish-speaking nation. However, the United States of America is much bigger. It has the fourth largest landmass in the world, and a population somewhere in the region of 327.2 million people.    more ...

Dental And Ophthalmic Care In Argentina: How To Find The Right Options For You

In Argentina, cosmetic dental and ophthalmic procedures, such as dentures, veneers, dental implants and laser eye surgery, are all fairly common, and there is a relatively high demand for them. Therefore, the standard of care in both sectors is considered to be very good. However, there are issues in the accessibility and distribution of these services per capita.    more ...

An Expat Guide To Healthcare In Argentina

The health care system of a country goes a long way towards showing the country’s quality of life. Medical care in Buenos Aires is good, although the quality and availability of treatment varies with the region. It is common to find highly trained medical professionals in most hospitals in Argentina. Most of these medical professionals have been educated internationally. Some hospitals do not have the most up to date equipment, but may still ab ...    more ...

An Expat Guide To Healthcare In Argentina

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Che Guevara, soccer, tango, and Iguazu Falls are a few of the phrases that immediately come to mind when we talk about the Argentine Republic, more commonly known as Argentina. However, there is a lot more to this massive South American country than its rebellious past, love for sports, passion for performing arts, and beautiful landforms. This nation is known all around the world for its vibrant culture, impressive heritage, sub-tropical climate ...    more ...

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