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New Medical Fast Lane Access at the Tijuana-San Diego
Border

The special medical lane commonly known as “Fast Lane” at
the San Ysidro border crossing has been relocated and is now more
accesible and easier to take. The new Fast Lane access is through
the Paseo de los Héroes Avenue in Tijuana, currently the main
avenue in Tijuana and the most important artery of Zona Rio, the
financial and medical district of Tijuana.

This program operated by the Tijuana authorities, was created to
help medical tourists visiting Tijuana and allow international
patients of registered Mexican doctors to avoid long border wait
times when crossing to San Diego through this special lane.

Back in 2019, the program expanded to also include other kinds
of tourists. Still, a vast majority of the users of the Fast lane
are medical tourists.

Waiting times at the Fast Lae range from 15 to 20 minutes.

The “Fast Lane” requires a single-use pass, available
through authorized medical offices and chambers of commerce. At
ProgenCell we have been part of this program since its creation and
the Fast Lane pass has been offered it to our patients coming from
San Diego as one of the multiple benefits of taking part of the
Whole ProgenCell Experience.

According to official statistic from the Tijuana authorities in
2019, around 262,000 passes were issued, compared to 2018 when
121,000 were issued.

Each person must show the pass at a booth, now in the far-left
side of the border crossing, to be scanned by officials.

The relocation was due to the upcoming opening of eight new
northbound lanes at the left side of the San Ysidro port of entry.
Authorities took advantage of the new border infrastructure to seek
easier access for Fast Lane users.

You can check how to access the New Medical Fast Lane in the
next image:

To learn more about the ProgenCell Experience and medical
tourism in Tijuana you can contact us here or
call 1 (888) 443 6235

The post New Medical
Fast Lane Access at the Tijuana-San Diego Border
appeared first
on Progencell – Stem Cell
Therapies
.

The special medical lane commonly known as “Fast Lane” at
the San Ysidro border crossing has been relocated and is now more
accesible and easier to take. The new Fast Lane access is through
the Paseo de los Héroes Avenue in Tijuana, currently the main
avenue in Tijuana and the most important artery of Zona Rio, the
financial and medical district of Tijuana.

This program operated by the Tijuana authorities, was created to
help medical tourists visiting Tijuana and allow international
patients of registered Mexican doctors to avoid long border wait
times when crossing to San Diego through this special lane.

Back in 2019, the program expanded to also include other kinds
of tourists. Still, a vast majority of the users of the Fast lane
are medical tourists.

Waiting times at the Fast Lae range from 15 to 20 minutes.

The “Fast Lane” requires a single-use pass, available
through authorized medical offices and chambers of commerce. At
ProgenCell we have been part of this program since its creation and
the Fast Lane pass has been offered it to our patients coming from
San Diego as one of the multiple benefits of taking part of the
Whole ProgenCell Experience.

According to official statistic from the Tijuana authorities in
2019, around 262,000 passes were issued, compared to 2018 when
121,000 were issued.

Each person must show the pass at a booth, now in the far-left
side of the border crossing, to be scanned by officials.

The relocation was due to the upcoming opening of eight new
northbound lanes at the left side of the San Ysidro port of entry.
Authorities took advantage of the new border infrastructure to seek
easier access for Fast Lane users.

You can check how to access the New Medical Fast Lane in the
next image:

To learn more about the ProgenCell Experience and medical
tourism in Tijuana you can contact us here or
call 1 (888) 443 6235

The post New Medical
Fast Lane Access at the Tijuana-San Diego Border
appeared first
on Progencell – Stem Cell
Therapies
.

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