Studying Abroad:Health Insurance and Medical Care in Cuba
Spanish Studies Abroad has staff on hand who have experience with students needing medical attention abroad. If you get sick or injured and need to go to the doctor, speak to the Spanish Studies Abroad office staff; they will help you make an appointment and go with you to the doctor’s office, if you want them to.
If you are under medical or psychological treatment at home, you should speak with your doctor about the possible effects of study abroad and cultural change on your condition. If you have any pre-existing medical or psychological conditions, you should bring a copy of your medical records with you, in case you need treatment while in Cuba.
Important: Eating disorders are considered medical conditions and must be reported on your health statement. Withholding medical information could result in your dismissal from the program.