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Not Only Am I Saving On Time And Airfare Back To Georgia, But The Cost Of The Injections Is $400 Here, As Opposed To The $1,200 I Was Quoted There. While Some U.s.

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Donald Martin, 73, had knee surgery in Georgia some time ago that is now failing him. http://zoeypricetravel.beatthetrain.org/2017/01/16/common-sense-plans-of-deformity-in-foot-arch/He needs a series of injections in his knee. He saw his Caja doctor here in Costa Rica, who reviewed the records his orthopedist sent from Atlanta. He could have waited a few weeks for an appointment within the Caja systemabout the same wait time for new patients to see a specialist in the U.S. But he preferred to be seen immediately and was referred to three nearby surgeons in the private sector. The next day, he learned he could receive the same treatment he’d had in Georgia, but at a considerable saving. “Not only am I saving on time and airfare back to Georgia, but the cost of the injections is $400 here, as opposed to the $1,200 I was quoted there.” While some U.S. insurance carriers won’t cover costs in Costa Rica unless it’s an emergency, many expats find that private insurance here is very reasonable. John and Lori Jowett have recently gotten their insurance through Blue Cross of Costa Rica.

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