Austral or Aleman hospital for giving birth ?

Which hospital is good for giving birth

  • Austral

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  • Aleman

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MapleMan

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Hi all,

Do you have a recommendation which hospital for giving birth. I would pay cash, no insurance. So which hospital has good value for money you paid for. English speaking staff is a must since we don't speak Spanish.

btw, anyone knows a good rental place to stay near those hospitals.

Thanks
 

sergio

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What about IADT (Instituto Argentina de Diagnostico y Tratamiento), Mater Dei or Trinidad? I have a negative impression of Aleman based on the care a friend received. The facilities are also run down.
 

MapleMan

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Thanks for the info. I will check IADT ? Is it possible to pay insurance instead of pay lump sum up at the hospital ?
 

jantango

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Let's stop answering this man's questions about having his child delivered in Argentina, solely for the purpose of citizenship, without serious consideration for his family. It's a stressful time for any family without traveling to another country where they don't know the language and managing in a city they've never visited. They have free health care in Canada where his wife has a doctor and local hospital for the delivery.

There will be no end to his questions about arranging for an apartment, doctor, hospital, transportation, money, childcare, translator, obtaining legal documents in Buenos Aires for his newborn, etc.
 

TheDonald

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Let's stop answering this man's questions about having his child delivered in Argentina, solely for the purpose of citizenship, without serious consideration for his family. It's a stressful time for any family without traveling to another country where they don't know the language and managing in a city they've never visited. They have free health care in Canada where his wife has a doctor and local hospital for the delivery.

There will be no end to his questions about arranging for an apartment, doctor, hospital, transportation, money, childcare, translator, obtaining legal documents in Buenos Aires for his newborn, etc.
A socialist trying to control speech on a free and voluntary online forum. Why am I not surprised?
 

deadOA

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A socialist trying to control speech on a free and voluntary online forum. Why am I not surprised?
I'm not much of a political scientist - economics is my interest.
<<<<<< from a thread https://baexpats.org/threads/democrats-abroad-in-argentina-for-bernie-sanders.33850/page-24#post-368450

Dear @TheDonald, thank you for taking the time.

Is it possible to be selective of being non-political and choosing at which time? A matter of convenience.

You could not miss a chance to turn this non-political thread into one. Most, almost all, of your posts are always like that.

Which one is you? the political or the economist? Or can you ever separate the 2?

Prefer your posts to hear a pin drop.
 
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AnnaC

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Dear MapleMan,
Since you are in Pilar, go to Austral. There are doctors there that speak English. If you are considering Capital, Trinidad and Mater Dei are very good hospitals. IFER is fantastic too. Ask for Dr. Young Jr.
I hope this helps.
 
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