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  1. I am asking for myself and for a friend. Does it make a difference where you live? I thought I saw that somewhere. I live in Ajijic, and my friend lives in San Antonio. Can we sign up in the same place, or do we need to go to different places.
  2. Does anyone know if one can have a colonoscopy done at the Joco Hospital with Seguro Popular? Hubby needs to have test done and we do have SP coverage but have never used it. If yes, can you outline the way we would go about it please. Thanks in advance for your knowledge - much appreciated.
  3. Hi there -- I'm exploring retirement lakeside and have been following the healthcare discussion with interest. Would it make sense to self-fund visits to private doctors for regular health care and have the Seguro Popular as a catastrophic coverage option?
  4. judybrick

    Seguro Popular

    We just signed up for Mexico's free health insurance, called Seguro Popular. We have been told that we now need to register with a hospital in Guadalajara and that we need a Mexican who knows how to walk you through all the complications of doing that. Does anyone have the name and contact info of someone who can do that with us?
  5. My husband went to pay our three month premium today at the Jocotepec office of Seguro Popular and was advised orders came down to not renew or enroll foreigners unless they were in the process of becoming a Mexican citizen. Anyone else heard about this change? When we enrolled three months ago, we were required to pay $500 pesos every three months for coverage.
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