Medellín Living Reader Survey 2016

Medellín Living Reader Survey

Your opinion and feedback is very important to us. We are looking forward to getting to know our Medellín Living readers better and to help us produce the best website for YOU.  So we are running our very first formal reader survey.

Our reader survey will be online for three weeks. And we encourage you to distribute it to your (social media) contacts. Don’t worry, your answers and information will not be shared with any other group and will be considered strictly confidential.

The survey will take approximately 3-5 minutes to complete.  The final day to take the survey will be December 9.

By completing this survey, you will be entered into our very special reader survey drawing for one grand prize to be drawn for at the end, which will include all survey participants that provide their first name and email.

This grand prize is a 300,000 COP Carmen Restaurant gift certificate.  Many expats living in Medellín consider Carmen one of the best restaurants in the city.

Make sure to provide your first name and email address at the end of the survey when responding to the survey for the opportunity to win the the Carmen gift certificate.

Inside Carmen Restaurant

Inside Carmen Restaurant

Summarized survey results will be shared with our readers next month on the Medellín Living website.

Any questions marked with an asterisk (*) in the reader survey require an answer to progress through the survey.

In order to progress through this survey, please use the following navigation buttons at the bottom:

  • Click the Next button to continue to the next page
  • Click the Previous button to return to the previous page
  • Click the Submit button to submit your survey

Here is the link to the Medellin Living Reader Survey: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3180039/1c93bb74aa70

 Thanks for sharing your opinions with us!

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About Jeff

Jeff first discovered Colombia back in 2006 and has traveled to all the major cities in Colombia. He is fortunate to have lived over seven years in Medellín. He is also studying Spanish to become fluent.

Comments

  1. Hello
    QUESTION

    I am 69.Planning to retire to Medellin. I speak Spanish fluently, half Argentinean
    QUESTION regarding local (Colombian) medical insurance-health plans, what is the situation today?. I know Medicare doesn’t go abroad.
    Can I join a Colombian EPS (I think they and go by that name, Sura for ex.) & then add ” something more” to have better coverage. How much approximately? I am very healthy…
    Thanks for any info that could help me plan.
    Miguel

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