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  1. f you read me entire post, you would've read that WE ARE NOT MAKING ANY MORE "PROFIT" with the imported vaccines vs. the national vaccine. Which amounts to less than $3 USD. 

    Although we'd like to give the vaccines away, they do cost us over ($85 USD)  $1700 PESOS . 

     

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  2. On 11/24/2020 at 7:25 AM, Guiness said:

    That is a total top off from Chapala Med! I won't be supporting that clinic any longer.....

    The vaccines have been imported from the U.S. through SALVATI A.C. (whom we support in the fight against breast cancer).  It is because of our past work with them that we are even able to import them from the U.S. 

    The costs for us have been increased and we are not making any more money than if we were selling the national vaccine (which normally costs from $700-800 pesos). 

    A large part ot the Lakeside community know we support many community projects for the less fortunate. i.e  Student scholarships through PATHWAYS  NINOS INCAPACITADOS,  the fight against BREAST CANCER (through SALVATI) etc. And again, it is through SALVATI A.C. that we are making them available to our patients and others in the community who opt to get them at our clinic. 

    Please reflect on our dedication to  community service and helping the less fortunate when choosing to support or not support our practice.  Thank you and please stay safe.  

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  3. 19 hours ago, Constance said:

    Dear Dr. Santiago,  you gave us a phone  number, however, no one answers when people call that number. I have tried all morning, beginning at 9 am through a few minutes ago.  I also sent you a text message, but have not yet received a reply.

    Could you possibly post more details?  Will you have the quadrivalent available? If so, when?

     

    Thank you.

    Sorry about that. I will look into that. But you call 376.605.9645 for more information. 

  4. https://chapalamed.com/specialists/

     

     
    Dr. Carlos Alonso Flores Valdovinos

    Dr. Carlos Alonso Flores Valdovinos

    Audiologist

    Dr. Carlos Alonso Flores Valdovinos practices in Guadalajara and Ajijic as an authority on age related hearing loss and Oticon brand hearing aids. Unlike other countries, Mexican audiologists are required to obtain a Bachelor in Medicine degree in order to perform hearing diagnosis and rehabilitation.  

    Dr. Flores is a Licensed Audiologist who received his Bachelor in Medicine from the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (UAG). He completed his four year Audiology medical residency at Luis Guillermo Ibarra Ibarra´s Hospital, and was licensed by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). He has been affiliated with the Mexican Association and Mexican Council of Communication, Audiology, Otoneurology and Phoniatrics (AMCAOF- CoMCAOF) since 2017.

     

    Please call for an appointment. 

     

  5. https://www.chapalamed.com/specialists/

     

    Dr. Carlos Alonso Flores Valdovinos practices in Guadalajara and Ajijic as an authority on age related hearing loss and Oticon brand hearing aids. Unlike other countries, Mexican audiologists are required to obtain a Bachelor in Medicine degree in order to perform hearing diagnosis and rehabilitation.  

    Dr. Flores is a Licensed Audiologist who received his Bachelor in Medicine from the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (UAG). He completed his four year Audiology medical residency at Luis Guillermo Ibarra Ibarra´s Hospital, and was licensed by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). He has been affiliated with the Mexican Association and Mexican Council of Communication, Audiology, Otoneurology and Phoniatrics (AMCAOF- CoMCAOF) since 2017.

  6. The authorities at the check points have allowed members of my staff and patients who come in from Guadalajara to get their medical care at my office when they have signed original documentation from my office stating why their travel is necessary to such an "ESSENTIAL" business such as a medical office or hospital. I would speculate that this would also be the case if you are stopped by authorities while driving on your way to see your doctor.  

    Plan ahead and get in touch with your healthcare providers to provide you with such documentation.

    I am sure that if you need to go to get your dialysis treatments, and you can provide proof of such treatments etc. the authorities should make these exceptions. Just be sure you DON'T have a fever and are wearing those face masks when you are stopped at those check points.  

     

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  7. Rotary Club of Ajijic will be holding our 5th Annual Fundraising event to support our community projects.

    Boletos estarán disponibles en Chapala Med 9 am - 5 pm (Efectivo) lun- vier  y con todos nuestros socios.
    Tickets are available at Chapala Med 9 am-5 pm (Cash only) mon-fri or from any of our members.

    Many works of art will be auctioned off by local and VERY WELL known artists from Guadalajara.
    Please help support the less fortunate and kids  who need scholarships in our community.
     
    Hotel El Tapatio
    Carretera a Chapala km 6.5 Colonia El Tapatío, 45588 Guadalajara
     
    Friday at 6 PM – 11 PM
    Valentine's Day Community Projects fundraiser.  RCOA  82162510
     
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    Rotary Club of Ajijic will be holding it's 3rd Annual 5K (Walk or RUN) to support the fight against Breast Cancer.

    It’s that time of year again!! A much needed fundraiser to support women, with low incomes, in the fight against breast cancer. Rotary Club of Ajijic A.C. will be holding it's 3rd annual 5k to De-Feet Breast Cancer. Proceeds will go to Salvati Guadalajara . Please spread the word. We are planning for at least 500 participants this year. Sunday October 27, 2019.

    Come out and support the cause while having a fun day of walking/running and hanging out with friends in the scenic town of Ajijic. ��� #survivor #breastcancer #fightcancer #rotaryclubofajijic #catrina5k2019 When: Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019 .   8 am - 10 am 

    Where: Ajijic Plaza and the same course as in the past 2 years

    What: Walk or Run and wear makeup as a Catrina. There will be cash Prizes for each of the 3 winners(Men, Women, & Children under 12)  in the categories as well as prize for the person with best CATRINA MAKE UP!  

    Cost: $400 pesos donation for each participant. Each will get an event T-Shirt, medal and hydration. 

    There are those who will be buying tickets for those who would like to participate but cannot afford the $400 pesos. 

    Tickets will be sold from 9 am - 5 pm at Chapala Med in Ajijic, Tepehua Treasures in SAT, Dian Pearl in Ajijic and Hospital Country 2000 in Guadalajara. 

     

     

     

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  9. 18 minutes ago, Al Berca said:

    Santiago must be referring to his hospital otherwise he could  just pickup the phone and call Dr. García, who already has appointments scheduled in his new hospital, and not be spreading easily disproved, unfounded negative rumors about the San Antonio facility on local web boards or elsewhere disguised as a question to which  he could easily find the answer if he really wants an answer.

    They are not answering questions about the project via phone.   Just a question. No need to think it's negative.  

    The RIBERA MEDICAL CENTER on the LIBRAMIENTO(Across from El Dorado) is still forging ahead.  Tentative date for opening is June 2019. 

    Sorry if I stirred up confusion. Please disregard my post if you don't have any further information. 

    Happy Holidays to all! 

  10. Not yet and not in the foreseeable near future. There manufacturer cannot make enough of it fast enough to keep it in stock for the U.S. market. 

    The local reps for the company have not been forthcoming with information about it's availability in the next 6 months here in Mexico. 

  11. Thanks for the feedback.  I try to make amends with those whom may have felt they had a less than positive experience at my practice   That’s why I have a suggestion box in my office  Thank you.  

    Here are some links which may help you derive your own conclusions based on my life story, resume and the team of specialists whom I work with which include an M.D. who is a Harvard graduate.  I believe the original question was asking for  a PCP with a team of specialists. 

     

    https://youtu.be/F5LhuQni-WE

    https://www.chapalamed.com/specialists/

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