Are there any vaccinations I should get or other health precautions to take as I prepare for my move to your city?
No, but expats should be aware that animal-related outbreaks (such as black plague) do sometimes occur in Mongolia. However, the government is generally able to control such cases before they pose a threat.
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Before I get sick, what should I know about seeking medical care in your city as an expat?
Medical insurance can be arranged through local insurance companies, with cash accepted as payment, or you can contact the International SOS Mongolia Clinic.
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What is the word for "doctor" in the local language?
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What is the best way to locate a suitable health care provider?
Please contact Crown Ulaanbaatar for any inquiry.
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Do expats in the area tend to leave the city/area/country to seek medical care? If so, why and where do they go?
If you have a serious illness, you should consider flying to Beijing, China, for better healthcare.
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What is the number to call to summon help in an emergency? List medical/fire/police.

  • Fire: 101
  • Ambulance: 103
  • Police: 102

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What do I do if there's an emergency in the middle of the night—or at another time when my normal doctor/clinic is unavailable?
Please call an ambulance, using the above number.
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How will I recognize a pharmacy? What is it called in the local language?
In Mongolian: Emiin San.
In Russian, Aptek is also widely used.
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Is the water safe to drink?
Water is treated centrally. It's a clean, safe and good water supply. Bottled water is also readily available.
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Crown Relocations has made every effort to present accurate information. However, regulations, rates and other variables are subject to change and Crown Relocations cannot accept responsibility for the errors that might result. Should you have any questions or need additional information, please contact your local Crown representative.