lakeside7 Your posting here has me a little confused, Could you please elaborate. It would appear that you perceive this comment as cavalier.
"Doctors also agree there are some situations that cannot wait for evacuation. Notably, in the relatively rare event of a particularly massive heart attack, an angioplasty with stent may be required immediately. The cost associated with that procedure in Guadalajara is about 150,000 pesos (US$11,000 to $12,000 depending on exchange). The medical resources in Guadalajara are world-class and perfectly able to handle an issue like this".
I am amazed how posters are being so cavalier about the medical situation in Mexico, when in the past 4 months there have been a number of foreigners medically compromise and bailed out by friends and fund raisers
Fact is, there is a large number of foreigners at Lakeside that are rolling the dice and have not made any provision for a medical catastrophe. Recently, there has been a slew of expats (some with a quite a high profile) that "lost the bet" and have had to be "bailed out' as you describe.
There is a really big difference in having a well thought out but perhaps unconventional plan and having no plan.
Or is it possible I just have done a poor job of communicating the findings of considerable research in my posting?