Mexico

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Healthcare system

Many of the healthcare practitioners in Mexico have been trained in western countries. Mid-sized and larger cities in Mexico have at least one first-rate hospital. The standard of healthcare varies fr ...

Health insurance

Mexico has made drastic healthcare reforms and has achieved universal health coverage in less than a decade. A national health insurance programme, Seguro Popular, was introduced in 2003 and by 2012 t ...

Facts and figures

Capital : Mexico City
Population : 116 million
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Medical tourism

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Healthcare system

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Health insurance

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Facts and figures

General InformationSource

Capital : Mexico City
Population : 116 million
Main languages spoken : Spanish
Main religion : Christianity
International dialling code : +52
Internet domain : .mx
Gross National income (GNI) per capita : 16110 US $
WHO 2015

Tourism data

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World Bank 2015
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World Bank 2015

Population profile

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OECD / WHO 2015
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OECD / WHO 2015
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UN 2015
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UN 2015

Healthcare workforce

Physicians (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Physicians (per 1,000 population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
General Medical Practitioners (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
General Medical Practitioners (per 1,000 population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Specialist Medical Practitioners (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
Nurses (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
Dentists (total) : Login to view
OECD 2016
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OECD 2016

Healthcare expenditure

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WHO
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WHO 2015
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WHO 2015
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WHO 2015

Healthcare provision

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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
No of hospital beds (per 1,000 population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
CT scanners (per 1 million population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
MRI scanners (per 1 million population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
PET scanners (per 1 million population) : Login to view
OECD 2016

Healthcare activity

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OECD 2016
Coronary angioplasty (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Hip replacement (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Knee replacement (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Cataract surgery (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
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OECD 2016

Health profile

Breast cancer: Female mortality rate (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Prostate cancer: Male mortality rate (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Ischemic heart disease: Male mortality rate (per 100,000) : Login to view
OECD 2016
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OECD 2016
Deaths due to HIV/AIDS (per 100 000 population) : Login to view
OECD 2016
Prevalence of Obesity (BMI >30) : Login to view
OECD 2017

Cosmetic surgery

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ISAPS 2016
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ISAPS 2016
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ISAPS 2016
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Obesity surgery

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Metabolic / Bariatric Surgery Worldwide 2014
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Metabolic / Bariatric Surgery Worldwide 2011

Medical tourism

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Industry participants

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Medical Nexus

Medical travel agency in Saltillo

Located in the beautiful Mexican city of Saltillo, Medical Nexus provides high quality, affordable health services in close proximity to the border with the United States. Dedicated to patient comfort and safety, the agency organises all aspects of a trip to Mexico for treatment, from finding the right expert and medical coordination, through booking travel arrangements and accommodation to arranging tourist activities and post-treatment care.

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