Merida, cultural, economic, social and health center of the Yucatan Peninsula, is considered one of the cities with higher levels of life quality, services, peacefulness and security in Mexico with a strategic geographical position, located 1 hour 30 minutes from Mexico City by plane, and just 3 hours drive from Cancun and the Riviera Maya.
A direct flight from Miami to Merida lasts about 1 hour 20 minutes, and from Houston the flight does not last more than 2 hours.
Mérida has a high-level health care infrastructure. Its large network of public and private hospitals, clinics, laboratories, all constantly growing and modernizing, guarantees a highly specialized medical care, as it concentrates the highest number of specialists in Southeast Mexico.
A high percentage of the doctors in the Yucatán were trained in the United States and speak fluent English.
Clinics and hospitals in Mérida are regulated by Mexican law to operate; they also have agreements with health centers in other countries. They not only provide care, but also research and monitoring services in a wide array of medical areas.
Yucatan facilitators understand the needs, concerns and desires of medical tourists and their families, so these patients could not be in better hands. Medical Tourism in Mexico is staffed by highly qualified doctors and nurses that exceed the traveler’s expectations.
Merida has all the necessary services for the patient, from specialty pharmacies to ground and air ambulance services.
There is also a United States Consulate that provides a number of services and resources to help with any emergency situations.
The city has a robust hotel infrastructure with high quality services and a wide variety of lodging options, from economical to world class 5 star accomodations, boutique hotels, exclusive spas and “Haciendas”. First class infrastructure, modernity and efficiency come together with the Yucatecan tradition of hospitality.
For more information go to www.yucatanhealthcare.com.
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