Healthcare clinics and hospitals in this archipelago should be an area of concern for any American expat or other foreigners living in the Philippines. If you have any health issues before moving to any of the 7,107 islands on this paradise, it would be a good idea for you to research what facilities are available in the area you plan to move to. My asawa and I haven’t been to a doctor in Iloilo for over two years now, save for one visit last year my spouse made to a local EENT to fish out, well, a fish bone out of her throat.
Healthcare costs and the quality of healthcare clinics available in the Philippines are valid concerns for anyone planning to live in this archipelago. After three and-a-half years of living in the rural province of Guimaras and nearby Iloilo City, my asawa and I have had occasion to visit various physicians, dentists and hospitals available. But how do they stack up to American healthcare?