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    Default insurance for domestic servant

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    body got advice for this? Our initial enquiries tell us we have to have a shop or other small business when obviously we only have a house.

    Where we do our own health insurance quoted us rds 6000 a month, which is daft because we pay him rds5000 to work.
    We look forward to getting some bright ideas.

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    I go through Universal Seguro and the amount is roughly 9000 pesos every six months ,that is only for the employee and not for the family

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    we pay some & they pay some....

    yes, we give it.
    Our couple is a youngish husband/wife team.
    He - 6 days a week , she in the house 3 days.

    It means a lot to them and isn't that big a load for us.
    I do not have exact figures at hand.
    Without the insurance , you wind up lending for medical care....
    pick your poison........

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    Quote Originally Posted by granca View Post
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    body got advice for this? Our initial enquiries tell us we have to have a shop or other small business when obviously we only have a house.

    Where we do our own health insurance quoted us rds 6000 a month, which is daft because we pay him rds5000 to work.
    We look forward to getting some bright ideas.
    Some years we paid for our domestic worker (private House), working 5,5 days/week,
    health insurance with Company Humano, last quote 2010 was 1,370,00 RD$/month. Guess now it is
    more expensive, Humano increased meanwhile. (For this I for myself changed to PALIC, works good).
    Our worker was asking some years ago than for the free insurance for Dominicans > they accepted him.
    Experience of our worker: insurance works good, with Docs and ambulant in hospital for special check up.
    "Seguro Nacional de Salud, La ARS de todos, RNC 4-01-51645-4
    "Ano de la Recuperacion Economia Nacional"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 345 View Post
    Describe the scope of work for that one.
    This I see on the letter of this institution, perdon is in spanish, maybe somebody here can
    translate . It is from November, 2010.

    1. Visitas a las casas domiciliares para la prevención de las enfermedades y promoción de la salud.
    2. Atención en la embaraza, parto y cuidado al nino nacido.
    3. Recibir atenciones de salud, sin pagar cuotas de de recuperación.
    4. Placas de rayos x, sonografias y laboratorios, sin pagar cuota de recuperación
    5. Medicamentos en cualquier tratamiento indicado por su médico y cuando esté internado, sin costo
    adicional, de acuerdo con la Ley de Seguridad Social
    6. Visitas al hogar de personal médico, en caso de necesidad.
    7. Atención en la Emergencia del hospital las 24 horas del día.

    And there is written a website, www.senasa.gov.do. Not working , but maybe this is the right, newer, one:
    http://www.arssenasa.gov.do/index/aboutsenasa.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipling333 View Post
    I go through Universal Seguro and the amount is roughly 9000 pesos every six months ,that is only for the employee and not for the family
    Do you have a telephone number for this company? Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by white light View Post
    Do you have a telephone number for this company? Thank you
    all data is here: https://www.arsuniversal.com.do/SitePages/Inicio.aspx

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    thank you

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    Do people still have "servants" in the 21st century?

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    Could not do without my servants. ..is not from the word serf but from the word service ,,can not think of any more suitable word

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