i need the best care that i can have by the best and caring that your facility can afford me in panama.
Hello Adjua, I don’t run the medical facility, but there is good quality and accessible health care available in Panama if you do some research into the type of care needed. Kind regards, Liz
This is GREAT info for me! I am an RN who, once there as a retiree, would like to keep working, and this is something I’m interested in (medical tourism). I hope I can hook up with such a business down there, even if only as a companion, since I’m fluent in English and working on getting my Spanish back (it was my minor in college, and I was fluent, but I haven’t used it much since 2003).
I’m so glad you got something out of it. In the next few year, Medical Tourism is really going to take off here! It’s already got a presence, but with a second hospital and an affiliation between the Town Centre project with its proximity to short term apartment stays in Costa Del Este, it can only grow more.
I was born and raised in Panama. I have been living in the U.S for years. I am thinking of going back to Panama to live. I would like to first find a job in Panama or start a small business. Do you have any suggestions?
Hi Nikki, if you were born in Panama that may give you an advantage in obtaining your residence, and a work permit, with a little less red tape than for people not born there, and possibly also in some of the professions which are restricted to Panamanian citizens only, such as solicitors, doctors, and other professional occupations. If you don’t fall in to that category, with a work permit and if you are bilingual there are many large corporations here, including multinationals, looking for employees with different skills, but there are also opportunities here to be your own boss. It really depends on your skillset and what you want to do!
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