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However, for emergencies: The San Javier Emergency Medical Clinic right next to Starbucks in the Paradise Plaza Mall on Paseo de Cocoteros is excellent and has very low rates. In April 2012 my husband fell and got some very serious deep cuts that required eight stiches. I drove him down the street to the Emergency Clinic and the English-speaking doctor was awesome. He treated my husband and handed him two separate prescription options for antibiotics. One prescription would need to be taken a few times daily, which would mean absolutely no Margaritas or cervezas. The second prescription was stronger, and could be taken just once a day in the morning, and then alcoholic beverages could be enjoyed in the afternoon and evening. The doctor instructed my husband to just fill whichever ONE of the two prescriptions would best meet his needs and then discard the other. The total cost was about $90 USD which included both the first appointment – when he was treated and given stiches, and the second appointment – when he came back to get the stitches removed.

On another occasion, one of my friends was pinched by a crab in Boca de Tomatlan and a big red circular welt developed on her arm. I took her to the emergency clinic next to Starbucks. As she stood there in the waiting room, the doctor listened to what had happened, looked at her arm, and immediately recommended an over-the-counter topical cream. As she prepared to pay for the quick visit, the doctor said there was no need for that as it was just a quick question/answer situation! Now when would that ever happen in the USA?

On a different trip I took a friend to Nuevo who was between chemo treatments in the USA so she could relax on the beach before going back home for the next round of chemo. A few days into the trip she was having bloating issues, so I took her to the same emergency clinic next to Starbucks. They treated her extremely well and with such great care. They really took their time and gave her an in-depth consultation and examination, and prescribed something to help aleviate the pain. The cost for the visit was about $90 USD.

The service at the San Javier Emergency Clinic is always quick, convenient, professional and very affordable. They provide you with a medical form that you take home and present to your medical insurance company for reimbursement of the charges. For filling prescriptions: There is a pharmacy inside the Sunset Market in Paradise Plaza Mall (this is a very expensive option). There is a pharmacy located inside the main San Javier Hospital (but we found out that certain classes of drugs are not stocked there). There are two nearby Farmacias Guadalajara which are open 24-hours (one is located when going through the second or middle entrance to Nuevo Vallarta and continuing east just under the freeway and to the left. A second location is just down Hwy 200 heading north past Mega and continuing into Bucerias; look for a signal light and it’s on the left-hand side). My husband ended up filling his antibiotics prescription at Costco in PV as a trip to Costco was already on the agenda; it turned out to be substantially less than if he had chosen to have it filled at the Sunset Market pharmacy (the high price they quoted literally knocked our socks off). But of course, it’s sometimes all about convenience and whether you have a rental car. Other options are Mega, the new Sams Club in Nuevo Vallarta, and of course the Walmart which is just across the highway and a bit south from Sams Club.

However, for emergencies: The San Javier Emergency Medical Clinic right next to Starbucks in the Paradise Plaza Mall on Paseo de Cocoteros is excellent and has very low rates. In April 2012 my husband fell and got some very serious deep cuts that required eight stiches. I drove him down the street to the Emergency Clinic and the English-speaking doctor was awesome. He treated my husband and handed him two separate prescription options for antibiotics. One prescription would need to be taken a few times daily, which would mean absolutely no Margaritas or cervezas. The second prescription was stronger, and could be taken just once a day in the morning, and then alcoholic beverages could be enjoyed in the afternoon and evening. The doctor instructed my husband to just fill whichever ONE of the two prescriptions would best meet his needs and then discard the other. The total cost was about $90 USD which included both the first appointment – when he was treated and given stiches, and the second appointment – when he came back to get the stitches removed.

On another occasion, one of my friends was pinched by a crab in Boca de Tomatlan and a big red circular welt developed on her arm. I took her to the emergency clinic next to Starbucks. As she stood there in the waiting room, the doctor listened to what had happened, looked at her arm, and immediately recommended an over-the-counter topical cream. As she prepared to pay for the quick visit, the doctor said there was no need for that as it was just a quick question/answer situation! Now when would that ever happen in the USA?

On a different trip I took a friend to Nuevo who was between chemo treatments in the USA so she could relax on the beach before going back home for the next round of chemo. A few days into the trip she was having bloating issues, so I took her to the same emergency clinic next to Starbucks. They treated her extremely well and with such great care. They really took their time and gave her an in-depth consultation and examination, and prescribed something to help aleviate the pain. The cost for the visit was about $90 USD.

The service at the San Javier Emergency Clinic is always quick, convenient, professional and very affordable. They provide you with a medical form that you take home and present to your medical insurance company for reimbursement of the charges. For filling prescriptions: There is a pharmacy inside the Sunset Market in Paradise Plaza Mall (this is a very expensive option). There is a pharmacy located inside the main San Javier Hospital (but we found out that certain classes of drugs are not stocked there). There are two nearby Farmacias Guadalajara which are open 24-hours (one is located when going through the second or middle entrance to Nuevo Vallarta and continuing east just under the freeway and to the left. A second location is just down Hwy 200 heading north past Mega and continuing into Bucerias; look for a signal light and it’s on the left-hand side). My husband ended up filling his antibiotics prescription at Costco in PV as a trip to Costco was already on the agenda; it turned out to be substantially less than if he had chosen to have it filled at the Sunset Market pharmacy (the high price they quoted literally knocked our socks off). But of course, it’s sometimes all about convenience and whether you have a rental car. Other options are Mega, the new Sams Club in Nuevo Vallarta, and of course the Walmart which is just across the highway and a bit south from Sams Club.