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Yucatán, Mexico has more to offer than sandy beaches, great food and lively culture. It can also be a perfect place to get inexpensive medical care.
Star Médica Mérida is located at the Yucatán Peninsula. The city has many tourist attractions as well as many other nearby leisure points, prentice beach and very hot and nice weather.
Medical Tourism is the growing phenomenon of people traveling abroad for affordable healthcare.
Medical Tourism fall into several categories: 1) Those that want elective surgery such as cosmetic or wellness treatments that are not covered by insurance plans; 2) Those that underinsured- high deductibles have many people who are in need of medical care running for the border; and 3) Those that are uninsured.
Some medical tourists go abroad for immediate availability of procedures as wait lists and limited physician choices at home force them to seek out alternative treatment centers like our Hospital.
However, for most, the primary motivation is the significantly lower cost for healthcare found outside the U.S. or Canada. The cost of medical procedures in Yucatán, Mexico is, on average, about 25 to 50 percent of U.S. costs.
“The people at Star Médica, makes you feel at home” it provides a great hospitality ambiance,. Excellent service and professional care, together with cutting edge technology.
We are high specialty medical center with the same quality standards as any other U.S. Hospital with the best medical and human attention.
Star Médica Mérida is a private, Mexican organization, specialized in the provision of high-quality health services. It brings more than 350 of Mexico´s leading specialists, plus world-class technology to offer diagnosis, treatment, and hospitalization services, all in one place with the most fare prices.
The JCI is an arm of the U.S. hospital-accreditation body, sets over 350 standards of excellence for international hospitals to meet that ensure the quality and safe of patient care. These standards include patient satisfaction and quality outcomes, medical training of doctors and medical staff, nurse to patient ratios, overall hospital cleanliness, and innovation in medical technology and equipment. JCI has accredited more than 250 facilities in 36 countries.
One recommendation is that people should only be referred for health care to institutions that have been accredited by recognized accrediting bodies, such as the Joint Commission International (JCI) or in Mexico, the accreditation by the “Consejo de Salubridad General”.